(JustPatriots.com)- Actor Rob Schneider stuck his neck out recently over the radical propaganda video published by Democratic vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris. In the video, which Harris narrated, the message of “equity” and ensuring people end up at the “same place” was promoted.
The animated clip promoted Marxist concepts, arguing that equality is not good enough as it doesn’t give some people a head start.
There’s a big difference between equality and equity. pic.twitter.com/n3XfQyjLNe
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) November 1, 2020
“Equality suggests, ‘Oh, everyone should get the same amount,’” Harris says. “The problem with that, not everybody’s starting out from the same place…So if we’re all getting the same amount, but you started out back there, and I started but over here, we could get the same amount, but you’re still going to be that far back behind me.”
“It’s about giving people the resources and the support they need so that everyone can be on an equal footing, and then compete on equal footing,” she added. “Equitable treatment means we all end up at the same place.”
Schneider slammed the video, calling it “socialistic, Marxist drivel.”
“America’s promise is equality & opportunity for all!” he added. “It is NOT a promise of the SAME OUTCOME for ALL!”
Socialistic, Marxist Drivel from the prospective Vice President.
America’s promise is equality & opportunity for all! It is NOT a promise of the SAME OUTCOME for ALL! It is YOUR individual HARD WORK and SWEAT & TALENT that determines your success!
A ‘big difference’ indeed! https://t.co/ACbnn6jn4m
— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) November 3, 2020
Schneider’s comments alluded to the fact that equity – the principle of ensuring people get the same outcome and not the same opportunity – is a concept lifted straight from communism.
UFC fighter Jorge Masvidal was pretty clear on this point.
“This is right out of the Cuban communist manifesto,” the famous fighter said.
— Jorge Masvidal UFC (@GamebredFighter) November 2, 2020
Rob Schneider has long been a conservative, celebrated the election of President Donald Trump on November 18, 2016, saying, “I haven’t seen the Democrats this mad since we freed the slaves!”
Schneider was one of just a handful of celebrities who supported the president back in 2016. In the 2020 campaign, President Trump obtained significantly more support from celebrities, including rappers Lil Pump and Lil Wayne.