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Why Rob Schneider claimed Saturday Night Live has come to an end

Taking a break from ’s multiverse of Netflix films and lecturing civil rights hero about Martin Luther King Jr., comedian the Hot Chick stardom has decided to join in on the always occurring online argument of ‘Saturday Night Live.’ In this article, let’s see what he orated recently about the show.

A podcast discussion by the Hot Chick stardom

The “Hot Chick” actor and frequent collaborator with Adam Sandler, Rob Schneider, appeared on “The Glenn Beck Podcast.” He sounded off regarding his religion and political divisions and how he tries not to “indoctrinate people like some comedy shows to seem to.”

He referred to ‘Saturday Night Live,’ in which he was also a cast member from 1990 to 1994, and pointed specifically to a 2016 episode right after the presidential election.

“When quit from ‘Saturday Night Live — she started dressed as , and she starts playing ‘Hallelujah’ — and I prayed to have a joke at the end,” he told Beck. “‘Don’t do this. Please don’t go down there.”’

Election of the president, as well as the demise of a singer

The ‘Saturday Night Live moment in question aired in November. 12, 2016, marked the first episode after Donald Trump was elected president. The performance also paid tribute to ‘Hallelujah’ singer-songwriter , who had died that same month and had some encouraging thoughts for the audience.

“I’m not going to back off, and neither are you,” Kate McKinnon said at the end of the show’s cold open.

After no hilarious incidents, Rob Schneider declared he’s a “true conservative,” saying that’s when he decided ‘Saturday Night Live‘ had ended. “It’s over. This show will not come back,” Rob Schneider thought.

What further does he comment on the discussion?

On Beck’s podcast, Rob Schneider commented on his daughter, , who is a musician.

“You can take the comedic indoctrination process that occurs with each of the late-night hosts, and you could exchange them,” he said on the podcast. “That’s how you know that’s not hooking anymore because…it’s not an independent voice anymore. It’s all just indoctrination by comedic imposition.”

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Well, Rob Schneider doesn’t have to worry about Kate McKinnon portraying Hillary Clinton anytime soon. The ‘Saturday Night Live staple quit NBC’s sketch shows earlier this year after its 47th season, alongside the members, namely, , , and .

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