‘Individual Liberties Were Trampled’: Rob Schneider Trashes California, Says He’s Moved And He’s Voting Kari Lake | Eastern North Carolina Now | Comedian Rob Schneider announced on Monday that he was voting for Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake in his new home state of Arizona — and took a swipe at his previous home in California for good measure.

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    Comedian Rob Schneider announced on Monday that he was voting for Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake in his new home state of Arizona - and took a swipe at his previous home in California for good measure.

    Schneider explained in a tweet some of the reasons that he and his family had chosen to leave California - namely the stranglehold that the far left has on that state - and said that they had moved to the "free state of Arizona" in order to escape the further erosion of individual liberties they had experienced there.

    "My family left California & moved to the free state of Arizona because individual liberties were trampled in the guise of liberalism which was just disguised authoritarianism," Schneider tweeted. "The lives of Americans have been made more difficult under these Dem run states. I'm voting for Kari Lake."

    Schneider also tossed a barb at incumbent Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D), mocking her use of the term "people with a period" to refer to women in a final pitch to voters as she seeks reelection on Tuesday.

    "It's strangely reassuring that tyranny knows no gender as is exemplified by this biological female moron who refers to women as 'people with a period,'" the comedian said. "Hopefully, by this time tomorrow night, this woman will be Michigan's Ex-Biological Female Governor!"

    Schneider has been outspoken in his opposition to draconian COVID policies - particularly vaccine mandates - and even told radio host Glenn Beck that he didn't care if it cost him his career.

    "Are you willing to lose it all for what you believe?" Beck asked Schneider during a late-August episode of "The Glenn Beck Podcast."

    Schneider did not even take a moment to think before he reacted: "Absolutely. Because if we don't have it, then we have nothing."

    "I'm not - I don't care about my career anymore. I care about my children and the country they're going to live in," Schneider continued.

    The comedian doubled down in a tweet later, saying, "I prioritize supporting a country that provides the same Freedoms for my children that made my career possible. This legacy to me is more important to me than the next chapter of my career. Love, Rob."
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