"Saturday Night Live" alumnus and "Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo" actor Rob Schneider appeared in a short video (embedded below) with California Assemblyman -- and Republican gubernatorial hopeful -- Tim Donnelly and Politichicks reporter Ann-Marie Murrell on Monday. In the video, Schneider declared that he hasn't worked on a film in California in seven years because of the recent rise of Democrats in state elections.
"The state of California is a mess," Schneider declared, "and the supermajority of Democrats is not working. I've been a lifelong Democrat and I have to switch over because it no longer serves the people of this great state. We need to have a new voice. We need to have a new direction, and we need to break the supermajority. It isn't helping with jobs."
"The last time I made a movie in California was seven years ago," he said. "And that's because we're not being competitive. I own a vitamin company with my friend and we moved out of state because of overregulation. It isn't helping businesses."
Watch the video, embedded below via Politichicks: