In his September 10 video post, Breuer said he would not appear at the Royal Oak Music Theater in Michigan or the Wellmont Theater in New Jersey “because of the isolation of them forcing people to show you with vaccinations to prove Gaya” got vaccinated again, to prove you got a shot. I’m not doing those shows at all.”
“I know I’m going to sacrifice a lot of money, but I’m not going to be a slave to the system or money, and neither should anyone laugh or amuse myself,” Breuer said.
AEG Presents announced in August that it would require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for all of its US venues – the Royal Oak Music Theater – and festivals. The policy is set to be fully implemented from 1 October.
On its website, AEG – second only to Live Nation as the largest US concert promoter – “the decision comes on the heels of a dramatic jump in COVID-19 cases as Delta Edition spreads across the United States. ” Breuer’s appearance on 1 October is still listed on his official site and on the site of the Royal Oak Music Theatre.
Facebook attached a link to Breuer’s video asking users to visit the COVID-19 Information Center for vaccine resources.
In the post, Breuer said he has to stick to his morals and added that he doesn’t care whether someone is vaccinated or not.
“I don’t care if you’ve been vaccinated. I don’t care, you know. It’s great. It’s an option. And if you have anything else to say, I honestly don’t care.” So don’t leave comments going, ‘Oh, that’s a good thing.’ I strongly disagree with you and I will always disagree with you.”
Breuer framed such vaccination proof rules as segregation, claiming, “The last thing we need is isolation. And if you try to isolate my audience or my following or any of the following, So I’m going away.”
From 1995 to 1998, Breuer was part of the cast of “Saturday Night Live”. He was best known for his goat boy character and Joe Pesci’s impersonation. Since then, he has focused on stand-up, podcasts, and TV shows such as “Kevin Can Wait.”
A growing number of cinematographers are in need of measures such as vaccination proof or rapid COVID-19 testing to help stem the tide of the pandemic.
Dave Chappelle, who co-starred with Breuer in the 1998 comedy “Half-Baked,” required rapid on-site COVID-19 tests at his recent Detroit concerts Fillmore in Detroit.
Patton Oswalt canceled tours in Florida and Utah because the locations involved would not honor his request for vaccination proof or proof of a negative COVID-19 test.
on Tuesday, The Free Press, part of the USA Today Network, ran a detailed report To address the common concerns of people who have not been vaccinated. It added, “While the virus is constantly changing and research on infection in vaccinated people continues, two things are clear: COVID-19 kills and vaccines prevent hospitalizations and deaths.”