Rob Schneider warns against 'totalitarian' Amazon, Google and Facebook in free speech Twitter rant

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Rob Schneider has blasted technology giants and liberals in a free speech rant where he suggested he'd been threatened with violence because of others pushing 'totalitarian ****'.

The 56-year-old actor – who has been vocal about his anti-vaccination stance for many years - took to Twitter on Friday and criticized brands including Google and YouTube for hiding information from users.

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Facebook has admitted limiting views of groups that could spread misinformation about vaccines linked to causing autism, and Amazon has removed books that claim to promote cures for those on the spectrum.

'Sorry to have to repeat this again: Free Speech is ALL speech. Even the speech that you find repugnant,' Schneider began his series of tweets. 'You are either for ALL of it or... you are for none of it. We don't need people deciding FOR us what to think, see or hear. That's a load of totalitarian ****.

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'Amazon is already banning books that dare question medical orthodoxy. Facebook, Google, YouTube bury information as well. The push within democratic societies to further restrict their own freedoms is a road we mustn't take.'

The Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo star who has three daughters aged 30, seven and three – continued by saying he knows democracy can 'create a mess out of society', due to people being able to 'spew whatever they want' but said he prefers it to being told what to think.

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Schneider expressed that he worries lack of free flowing ideas, good and bad, 'will lead to more horrors'.

'People can decide for themselves what ideas belong in the dustbin of history,' he went on. 'Silencing those we disagree with denies us the chance to question our preconceived notions. Either to reaffirm them or reassess them.


'Our ideas need and should always be consistently challenged and reconsidered so we don't merely end up...
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