Comedian Rob Schneider gave an epic response to being forced offstage for this offensive joke

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In today’s new world of woke cancel culture, comedians are under assault like never before.

But some of them are starting to stand up and fight back in the best way they know how.

And comedian Rob Schneider gave an epic response to being forced offstage for this offensive joke.

Comedian Rob Schneider recently declared that cancel culture is “over.” 

Canadian cancel culture controversy

His announcement came after a controversial performance in the great white north.

Canada’s Hospital of Regina Foundation hired Schneider to perform at its Four Seasons Ball fundraiser on June 1.

But they immediately disassociated the Foundation from the comedian after he told the same type of jokes he always tells.

According to CBS, Schneider’s hilarious performance included “transphobic, misogynistic and anti-vax jokes.” 

Anyone who has heard Schneider or knows anything at all about him could have told the CBC what kind of jokes he tells without ever seeing his set. 

Edgy and politically incorrect jokes are the mainstay of his act.

Who did the hospital think they were hiring, Kamala Harris?

As usual, the woke Left ignored the facts and stirred up controversy.

Tynan Allen, who describes himself as a “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Consultant” on his LinkedIn page, told the CBC that “everyone in the room was groaning, saying, ‘What is going on?’ Like whispering to themselves. Not a single laugh at times.”

“It was just very apparent how uncomfortable everyone felt and how unacceptable the things he was talking about were,” he added.

The hospital foundation seemed to agree.

Kicked off the stage for being too funny

According to the CBC, the foundation asked Schneider to end his set early because “the performance did not meet the expectations of our audience and our team.” 

Of course, the hospital gave no indication of how they reached these expectations.

All they had to do was watch a minute or two of Schneider’s past routines to know exactly what they were getting.

But the foundation did later issue a statement about his performance and their knee-jerk reaction to it.

“While we recognize that in a free and democratic society, individuals are entitled to their views and opinions and that comedy is intended to be edgy, the content, positions, and opinions expressed during Mr. Schneider’s set does not align with the values of our foundation and team,” the Hospitals of Regina Foundation said. “We do not condone, accept, endorse or share Mr. Schneider’s positions, as expressed during his comedy set, and acknowledge that in this instance the performance did not meet the expectations of our audience and our team.”

Meanwhile, Schneider made his own pointed statement about cancel culture.

Page Six cameraman caught up with Schneider in New York City after the Canadian controversy.

“What do you have to say about cancel culture?” the cameraman asked Schneider.

“Oh, it’s over,” Schneider responded.

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.