Montclair, NJ – New Jersey comedian Jim Breuer is usually a very funny guy, but what he didn’t find funny was the Wellmont Theater in Montclair requiring COVID-19 vaccinations so he could make them laugh. Instead, Breuer canceled the show.
Breuer canceled his show at the Wellmont and at the Royal Oak Theater in Michigan, “Due to the segregation of them forcing people to show up with vaccinations to prove you’re vaccinated. To prove that you had a shot. I am absolutely not doing those shows.”
Breuer acknowledges that he’s sacrificing ‘a lot of money’ but he said he refuses to ‘be enslaved by the system’ or by money.
“Nor should anyone who wants to laugh or be entertained,” the veteran comedian said. “No matter what your feelings are…I don’t care if you’re vaccinated…I don’t care…that’s great…it’s a choice. If you have anything else to say, I honestly don’t care.”
“I have to stick to my morals. I have to stick to what I know is right, as a human to another human,” Breuer said. “When you have to be forced, bribed, dictated, which is basically what’s going on.”
Breuer then launched an attack against political and Hollywood elites who are leading the charge of morality against the masses.
“If you knew what your favorite athlete, your favorite late-night host or your favorite news host did behind closed doors, you wouldn’t follow them,” Breuer said.
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