Rob Schneider dropped from State Farm ads: guess why

Rob Schneider dropped from State Farm ads: guess why

by Jon Rappoport

September 24, 2014

NoMoreFakeNews.com

The Wrap has the story:

“State Farm Insurance will no longer run a television advertisement starring Rob Schneider because of the actor’s anti-vaccination views. The move comes after a social media campaign called for Schneider to be dropped as a spokesperson.

“Phil Supple, the insurance company’s director of public affairs, told PR Week, ‘[Schneider’s] ad has unintentionally been used as a platform for discussion unrelated to the products and services we provide,’ he said. ‘With that, we are working to remove the ad from our rotation at this time.’

“Schneider reprised his popular ‘Saturday Night Live’ character ‘the Copy Guy’ for the State Farm campaign. But it didn’t go over well with some viewers, and the social media pages ‘Science Babe’ and ‘Chow Babe’ are being credited with starting the push for State Farm to pull the ads.

“Critics of the ads also produced a video that asked supporters to post comments on State Farm’s Facebook and Twitter pages.

“’State Farm provides health insurance, and nothing ensures public health more than getting vaccinated,’” the video says. ‘It is time to end the anti-vaccination movement; with your help, we can elicit change.’”

So there you have it.


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Schneider also released a statement a couple of weeks ago, stressing the importance of CDC whistleblower William Thompson’s confession of fraud—Thompson and co-authors cooked the data on a 2004 study that should have, but didn’t, point to an MMR-vaccine autism connection.

Schneider has guts and intelligence. Which of his Hollywood buddies will come to his defense?

Don’t hold your breath. I’m sure they’re staying away in droves, protecting their careers.

With rare exceptions, showbiz people absolutely must toe the line when it comes to medical matters. Support the establishment. Stump for unconscionable research on toxic treatments.

Vaccines damage the brains of children? An inconvenient truth that needs to be brushed aside.

And of course, there is this: On State Farm’s website, read a friendly greeting: “Relax…We Have Health Insurance Plans to Meet Your Needs.”

You might write them: “I like Rob Schneider’s ads. By the way, as a responsible parent, if I want to protect my child from brain damage, and therefore don’t vaccinate, can I still get health coverage from you?”

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at NoMoreFakeNews.com.

9 comments on “Rob Schneider dropped from State Farm ads: guess why

  1. theodorewesson says:

    Hollywood Actor Targeted for Raising Concerns about Vaccine Safety and Efficacy

    Tags: Hollywoodpublic healthUSAVaccine Safety

    Christof Lehmann (nsnbc)

    http://nsnbc.me/2014/09/24/hollywood-actor-targeted-raising-concerns-vaccine-safety-efficacy/

    The pro-vaccination lobbies social media sites, including Food Hunk, Science Babe and Chow Babe denounced Schneider of promoting pseudo-scientific claims and lobbied State Farm insurance policy holders to contact the insurance giant to demand that State Farm stop hiring someone who publicly states “dangerous opinions” about the issue. Chow Babe released a video, calling on the public to “stem the modern anti-technology tide”, and that it is time to end the “anti-vaccination movement”.

  2. AL says:

    I SPEND MONEY ON ORGANIC FRUITS AND VEGETABLES AND VITAMINS AND HERBS AND I HAVE NO HEALTH INSURANCE.
    LET FOOD BE YOUR MEDICINE…HIPPOCRATES
    THE FIRST DOCTOR TREATED HIS PATIENTS WITH HEALTHY FOOD, HONEY AND APPLE CIDER VINEGAR!
    BUY AND USE COLLOIDAL SILVER ALSO.

  3. An Anonymous says:

    Hmmm…I already knew he had some brains when I heard he wondered if Robin Williams’ death was due to an anti-Parkinson’s drug causing suicidal impulsivity…Stay strong, Rob! You are not alone in the fight against Big Pharma!

  4. jruss45 says:

    I have heard that most vaccines have a single use version for the elites that do not have mercury or aluminum. Of course these are much more expensive per shot. How effective they are is still up for debate.

  5. I agree. We should all contact State Farm and express our disgust. I’m using your last paragraph from your article and sending it to State Farm.

  6. Miggy says:

    State Farm did a service by towing the line. The publicity gained coupled with the fact that the company has shown it’s true colors means you can avoid using their services.

  7. I feel sorry for people who went to the trouble to immigrate here from communist countries. I bet some of their old countries are now freer than the U.S.

    I hadn’t heard Rob wondering about Robin Williams death but that makes it sound like he is truly informed and using his brain. Hollywood and the elite will do their best to ruin him.

  8. The “Truth” be damned, especially when there are obscene profits to be made upon the people’s ignorance!

    Oh well.

    I have never used State Farm Insurance because they, like Geico, had some of the most outrageous rates anyway.

    Hey! – I gotta GREAT idea! – How about sending these twits at the “agency” a full copy email of ALL of the conclusive links to the various respectable and ACCURATE articles and expose’s of the vaccination frauds? Do ya think they would even bother reading ? ? ?

    Seems to me,

    The best way to correct any bad behavior on the part of businesses (hopefully without regard to more tax-payer-funded “bailouts”), is hit them directly at the balance-sheets (or “pocketbooks”). B-O-Y-C-O-T-T-S seem to work well otherwise.

  9. ozziethinker says:

    When Rosanne Barr “came out” her “fellow stars” repaid her by leaving bags of lighted dog poo on her doorstep (humm, maybe I imagined that).

    Looks like the money grabbers of the vile industry are going to gang up on Schneider now. I hope he “pokes them in the eye” for giving him a haemorrhage and he doesn’t resort to bad habits to join the gang again. If only he’d comment on your board Jon, the world would indeed be a better place 🙂

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