Outspoken comedian and actor Rob Schneider has just about had it with the left-wing virtue signaling of country star Garth Brooks and his public support for “inclusion” and Bud Light.
Brooks, famed for his 1990 hit “Friends in Low Places,” recently made a big show about how much he cares for the LGBT community and said he’ll serve Bud Light in his new Nashville, Tennessee, bar despite the massive boycott that has sent Bud Light tumbling from its former status as the top-selling beer in America.
Sadly, Brooks didn’t merely say he’ll serve Bud Light to anyone who orders it, he also engaged in personal attacks on those who are boycotting the beer brand.
“I know this sounds corny. I want it to be the Chick-fil‑A of honky-tonks … I want it to …