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Comedian Rob Schneider called on parents, coaches, and biologically female athletes to “refuse to play against” biologically male trans athletes, saying this “s*** has to stop.”
The 59-year-old actor tweeted on Thursday to his 1.5 million followers a clip of North Carolina high school female volleyball star Payton McNabb who was spiked in the face by a trans-identifying male player in a game and suffered a concussion and more.
“This s*** has to stop…,” Schneider said. “If the parents, coaches and ‘women’ athletes ALL REFUSE TO PLAY against these MEN…”
“It ALL STOPS!” he added.
This shit has to stop…
If the parents, coaches and ‘women’ athletes ALL REFUSE TO PLAY against these MEN…
It ALL STOPS! 🛑 ✋ https://t.co/qiXpEyvAeG
— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) April 20, 2023
“The Animal” star’s post included a tweet from former swimming champion Riley Gaines who’s made headlines for speaking out against making females compete against biological males in sports. Gaines is a former University of Kentucky star who was deprived of an NCAA award by biological male trans-identifying swimmer Lia Thomas.
“Watch the clip of Payton McNabb getting spiked in the face by a male competing with the women,” Gaines tweeted. “Then watch her testimony she gave today for the first time publicly.”
“I was honored to stand alongside her in NC to continue the fight to protect women’s sports,” she added.
In the video, McNabb said she still suffers today after the gruesome injuries she endured and spoke about how “dangerous” it is to allow biological males to compete against biological females in women’s sports.
“Other injuries I still suffer from today include impaired vision, partial paralysis on my right side, constant headaches as well as anxiety and depression,” McNabb said. “My ability to learn, retain, comprehend has also been impaired and I require accommodations at school for testing because of this.”
The former “Saturday Night Live” star recently talked about leaving the Democratic party because he said they are becoming more and more extreme in their views, as previously reported.
“It shouldn’t be such a shock. We don’t get ten parties, you get two,” Schneider said. “And I really feel like I don’t want the Democratic Party trying to run my life. And there’s not one aspect of your life that they don’t want to interfere with. So I had it with them. So I got out of California and moved to the slightly freer state of Arizona.”