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Rob Schneider Lays into UC Berkeley Free Speech Issue: ‘Maybe Add Book-Burning to the Curriculum’

On Wednesday, Rob Schneider decided to chime in on one of the latest controversies brewing close to his home: the free speech debate sparked by Ann Coulter’s planned lecture at the University of California, Berkeley:

Ultimately, Coulter was forced to call off her speech at Berkeley after several “threats of violence” with the university, saying it could not guarantee the safety of Coulter or attendees.

A similar incident happened in February when conservative Milo Yiannopoulos had to be evacuated from the campus after a violent protest broke out.

While free speech might seem like a surprising topic for Rob Schneider to speak up about, it is clear that he is very passionate about it:

Schneider also took a shot at former Gov. Howard Dean (D-VT) in mid April after Dean said that “hate speech is not protected by the First Amendment”:

As for UC Berkeley, the the way the university handled Coulter’s speech has been criticized widely by many on both sides of the political aisle.

Both Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) have come to Coulter’s defense, with the latter saying that “people have a right to … give a speech without fear of violence and intimidation.”