Rob Schneider Thinks Garth Brooks Should ‘Shut Up’

The most ‘silenced’ conservative in comedy can’t stand a singer saying he’ll sell Bud Light
Rob Schneider Thinks Garth Brooks Should ‘Shut Up’

It’s been over two months since us sane people collectively decided we were tired of hearing about the braindead anti-trans backlash to a controversial can of Bud Light — and over two decades since we got tired of hearing from Rob Schneider at all.

Unfortunately, the Fox News audience can’t get enough of both Bud Light drama and Schneider’s shilling for anything alt-right. The Adam Sandler sidekick once again clawed his way into headlines over the weekend by weighing in on the outrage over country singer Garth Brooks’ “inflammatory” proclamation that he will not capitulate to demands for him to ban Bud Light from his soon-to-be-opened Nashville saloon, the Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk. “We're going to serve every brand of beer,” Brooks said in a Billboard interview. “We just are. It's not our decision to make. Our thing is this, if you (are let) into this house, love one another. If you're an a–hole, there are plenty of other places on lower Broadway." 

Schneider, who recently released his Fox Nation debut special Woke Up In America about how America is all “woke” now, told Fox and Friends that Brooks should “shut up” about all this “woke” inclusivity and “woke” light beer, saying, "I think next time, he's going to stay out of it. Isn’t he? I think Garth Brooks, next time, is going to shut his mouth.” Which “based” beer do we have to drink to make Schneider shut his?

"I get it, everybody’s got their opinions. But inclusiveness is always going to be me," Brooks said in a defense of his decision to continue selling a Bud Light. “I love diversity. All-inclusive, so all are welcome. I understand that might not be other people’s opinions, but that’s OK, man. They have their opinions, they have their beliefs. I have mine.”

Schneider, who has spent the last decade-and-change insisting that the liberal media is silencing him for his conservative comedy in Netflix specials and sitcoms, doesn’t think that Brooks is entitled to that same free speech he pretends to champion and should think twice about sharing opinions that don’t conform with the conservative narrative. He also asserted that Brooks’ decision not to boycott a beer company for acknowledging the existence of trans people is based on hubris, saying of Brooks’ reasoning, "That's the thing. I'm just as susceptible as Garth — ego. You know, he had to put this in, ‘Well, I think that, you know, I'm a good person because I did…’ And it's like, shut up." 

If it seems strange that a “conservative” comic would attack a small business owner for using his first amendment rights and making his own decisions about what he wants to do with his own property, remember that room temperature IQ Republicans are the only people who still patronize Rob Schneider projects. Bashing Brooks for daring to sell Bud Light at his bar is as much a job requirement for Schneider as being able to shine Rupert Murdoch’s shoes or pick up Adam Sandler’s dry cleaning.

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