Actor Rob Schneider claimed that he had migrated to the nearby “freer” Arizona because he had had it with Democrats and California.
Schneider said he loves living in San Francisco while promoting his new movie, “Daddy Daughter Trip,” on “Fox & Friends” on Wednesday.
Right on the cable car path, he owned a house with a rooftop deck.
“This is the place I’m going to live forever,” he thought.
Gavin Newsom, the Democratic governor of California, drove him over the edge with all of his regulations in addition to the high taxes in the state.
“I really feel like I don’t want the Democratic Party trying to run my life. And there’s not one aspect of your life that they don’t want to interfere with. I had it with them,” Schneider declared.
He smiled and recalled, “I got out of California and moved to the slightly freer state of Arizona.”
With a Republican governor in office for the past 13 years and a Republican-majority state legislature, Arizona is politically red.
“just got crazier and crazier.” according to Schneider.
“I just don’t think your life gets better there. It gets worse,” he fores
“San Francisco either has a huge homeless problem or a gigantic camping success story.” the comedian joked.
According to a Los Angeles Times survey, San Francisco and Los Angeles are the top two cities in the nation where people are moving away.
“San Francisco either has a huge homeless problem or a gigantic camping success story.”
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According to the news source, Angelenos are moving to cities like Phoenix, Las Vegas, San Diego, San Antonio, and Dallas.
In 2021, more than 360,000 Californians fled the state, according to CNBC.
Schneider, 58, responded that while certain things are more essential than others, professing conservative views might potentially harm his acting career.
“I worry more about the freedoms of my kids,” he said.
You know something’s wrong when people say if you put God and family and country first, that’s somehow controversial. How is that controversial? I think at a certain point you have to say, “Enough of this’ and stand up to it,” added the cator
The majority of Schneider’s Hollywood pals, according to him, are more or less of the same political persuasion, although some do dread the cancel culture.
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