Claiming that a streaming service attempted to censor his jokes, stand-up comedian Andrew Schulz is releasing his latest comedy special independently.
The "Andrew Schulz: Infamous" jokes were reportedly too risqué for the streaming service, including one about an abortion clinic he lived near in New York.
"They said, 'We can't put this out, and those jokes are wild, and we don't want to deal with the backlash; so you're going to have to edit some of these jokes or cut some of these jokes out entirely,'" Schulz told Breitbart. "Some of you probably know this about me, I'm a very stubborn guy, so long story short, I took my ... life savings, and I bought my special back."
The jokes at issue were posted on The Andrew Schulz YouTube account under the headline "Roast at Abortion Clinic." Schulz's comedy specials had previously aired on Netflix, but the comedian did not name which streaming service he claimed attempted to censor him.
"People like real authentic comedy, and I think that they would prefer that than some watered down, corporate boardroom bulls***," Schulz continued to Breitbart.
In the routinue, he says he agrees with a woman's choice on having an abortion, but he added men in heaven are going to stick to the story it was the woman's choice when going before God.
"I agree with you when you say men should have no say in the decision you make with your bodies," Schulz says. "I feel that way because at the end of the day, when we all go up to heaven, and God's like, why were y'all killing babies? We're going to be like, 'y'all?'"
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