Former Child Star Ricky Schroder Has Another Public Meltdown Over Mask Rules At a Museum

@patriottakes via Twitter

When you hear the name Ricky Schroder, you might remember the child star from the TV show “Silver Spoons.” You also might remember him from “NYPD Blue.”

Schroder hasn’t been acting recently, but he has been making videos that he shares on social media. His most recent videos have been related to Covid-19.

Schroder is against wearing a face mask, and he has had a couple public meltdowns when he was told he had to wear one. His first meltdown was at a Costco in Los Angeles where he refused to wear a face mask to enter at the store. At the time, Costco had dropped its face mask policy, but the policy was still in place in Los Angeles due to local government rules.

Now, Schroder is on his way to Washington D.C. with the freedom convoy. On the way, he has been making videos that he shares and that are also posted by Patriot Takes.

On March 6, Patriot Takes posted one of Schroder’s videos. In this particular video, Schroder was in Abilene, Kansas. He had driven there to visit the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library & Museum. Unfortunately, he was unable to walk through the museum.

The video starts with Schroder inside talking to a security guard. Schroder clarifies where he is. At this point, he has already been told that he has to wear a face mask in order to enter the museum, and he is unwilling to comply with that policy.

The security guard seemed nice enough. As he explained, “I don’t make the rules. I just have to enforce them.”

In response, Schroder said, “Evil federal government.” He added, “God’s laws are higher than the federal government’s, but you’re going to enforce man’s laws.”

Schroder finally turned to leave, but before he walked through the doors, he told the security guard, “Dwight D. Eisenhower, the man who defeated the Nazis, and you’ve become one.”

Watch the full interaction for yourself in the video below.

Do you think Schroder should have just put on a face mask? Do you think he went too far calling the security guard a Nazi?