“Jason, nothing personal. I’m not upset with you or anybody in the position like you have, who works for a living. I understand you were following your laws and rules. I was trying to make a point to the corporate overlords and I’m sorry that I had to use you to do it. And if I hurt your feelings, I apologize.
“I do think that independence for medical tyranny is more important than hurting people’s feelings, so I’m sorry I hurt your feelings. But I want us all to be free. I want us all to go back to the way it was. I don’t want this COVID reality they want, these COVID passports. And neither should you.” – Ricky Schroder, in a new video.
Days after he recorded a video of himself harassing a Costco worker over the company’s mask policy outside a store in Los Angeles, former child star Ricky Schroder has offered an apology of sorts.
“And if I hurt your feelings, I apologize.”https://t.co/6KiydzO2Tz
— SNYDE (sorry, not sorry celebrity news) (@snydenydn) May 17, 2021
A reminder that Rick Schroder was arrested for domestic violence in 2019, and in 2020 helped pay Kyle Rittenhouse’s $2 million bond. He posed with this photo in a (now deleted) tweet threatening to kill people who trolled him online. Because toxic masculinity… pic.twitter.com/1ybBtoMBJV
— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) May 16, 2021