Ricky Schroder Threw Another Tantrum Over A Mask Mandate

March 7, 2022 / Posted by:

Ricky Schroder is up to his old tricks. No, I don’t mean acting in Hollywood productions, he’s far past that. But he is still throwing tantrums in public places over mask mandates. Last May, Ricky terrorized poor employees at Costco in California over his refusal to follow policy by wearing a mask in the store. Now he’s lighting up a *checks notes* security guard at the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library & Museum. Ah, yes, good–finally someone is standing up to those fucking fascists at the Presidential Library and Museum! Always shushing people and telling people not to touch the historical items! Monsters!

Huffington Post says that while Ricky was traveling with the so-called Freedom Convoy, he tried to get into the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library & Museum in Abilene, Kansas, and was told by a security guard that he needed to mask up. Ricky lost it on the man who was just doing his job. In several Instagram videos, Ricky lectures the security guard by saying, “God’s laws are higher than the federal government’s, but you’re going to enforce man’s laws?” In another video, he says, “Unless you’re ready to, I guess, kill us all, you better change your minds because we’re not gonna live as slaves.” Ricky then called the security guard a “Nazi” before leaving in a puff.

Ricky trended for being the annoying brat he is and was roasted for it:

The brave anti-maskers are standing up to the museum security guards and librarians of the world. Such brave men!

Honestly, that tantrum for clicks is probably the funniest thing that Ricky Schroder has ever done. When he said, “I’m Ricky Schroder,” he was totally expecting the security guard to drop everything and fangirl over THEE star of THEE Silver Spoons. Instead, that security guard looks at him with blank eyes. That security guard knows less about Ricky Schroder than Gwyneth Paltrow does the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Comedy gold! Get that security guard an Emmy!

Pic: Raymond Hagans/Media Punch/INSTARimages

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