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Rob Schneider Blasted After Accusing Dylan Mulvaney Of 'Gender Appropriation'

The comedian was reminded of his own cringey movie roles after he tried to liken the trans influencer to 'cultural appropriation.'

Rob Schneider; Dylan Mulvaney
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It appears that actor and comedian Rob Schneider is not quite finished unloading his anti-trans views on social media.

If you recall, during the Bud Light boycott era Schneider ripped Garth Brooks for supporting the brand that partnered with trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney.

More recently, the SNL alum promoted and applauded the anti-trans documentary What is a Woman by super-conservative Matt Walsh, writing:

“'What is a Woman' is, at the very least, certainly a film worth watching to engage and discuss this very real danger to our children!"

On Monday, though, Schneider went after Mulvaney herself, tweeting of the social media star:

"If you believe there is such a thing as ‘cultural appropriation.’ Then certainly this gentleman is guilty of ‘gender appropriation.’"

His tweet almost immediately became the internet's playground, with many making their point by way of Schneider's own cringey roles.

Several also expressed their disappointment over his blatant ignorance.

Perhaps he should consider the advice he gave to Garth Brooks and just “shut his mouth” and “stay out of it.”