In comedian Dave Chappelle’s latest stand-up special, “Sticks & Stones,” he throws a fast one at his audience by performing an impression of someone who they falsely assume is President Donald Trump but who they soon come to find out is in reality THEM.
“Uh, duh, hey, durr, if you do anything wrong in your life, duh, and I find out about it, I’m gonna try to take everything away from you and I don’t care when I find out. Could be today, tomorrow, 15, 20 years from now. If I find out, you’re f–king, duh, finished,” he says.
When the comedian then asks the audience “who’s that,” multiple members yell back “Trump.”
“That’s you!” Chappelle explains.”That’s what the audience sounds like to me. That’s why I don’t be coming out doing comedy all the time, cause ya’ll n—az is the worst motherf–kers I’ve ever tried to entertain in my f–king life.”
Fast-forward to the 1:00 mark in the clip below to hear the impression (*Language warning):
Wow ok. Dave Chappelle’s impressions are spot on.
Sticks & Stones is streaming now! pic.twitter.com/zD9BBQsGdj
— Netflix Is A Joke (@NetflixIsAJoke) August 26, 2019
As seen in the clip above, the first impression was of the Founding Fathers. As for the second impression, it was of the audience, in the sense that the audience is a microcosm of all of America. And it just so happens that all of America is teeming with what are known as social justice warriors.
Have you ever heard of the term grammar Nazi? Well, SJWs, as they’re called, are political correctness Nazis, so to speak, in that they have no tolerance for speech — including mere jokes — that’s politically incorrect and potentially offensive.
For instance, according to SJWs, the term “master bedroom” is racist, the term “illegal alien” is xenophobic and the terms “manhole” and “manpower” are sexist.
All this is relevant to Chappelle’s jokes because these same whiny SJWs who complain incessantly about allegedly offensive words have in recent times taken to also complaining about allegedly offensive comedy routines.
In fact, this year’s Oscars ceremony was held without an official host because of attacks on the originally scheduled host, comedian Kevin Hart, over his allegedly homophobic comedy material. And not surprisingly, Chappelle is now facing similar backlash for his latest comedy special:
Just a reminder thread to all Dave Chappelle fans out there that when you laugh at a punchline that is basically: “trans people aren’t who they say they are, they are deluded and why should I treat them with respect?” then you are being shitty to all trans people #sticksandstones
— What The Trans!? (@WhatTheTrans) August 27, 2019
Just watched the Chappelle standup. Its not good. The fact that he’s continuing to double and triple down on the “PC Culture” and his weird transphobia, is bizarre. When you have Breitbart coming to your defense, that maybe should be a sign…
— Jesaulenkondo (@jesaulenkondo) August 27, 2019
Dave Chappelle tripled down on the misogyny, transphobia, and general disregard for the advancements made in the last few years for people of all backgrounds. But hey, he got paid and that’s all that counts, right? #notfunny #MondayMood #comedian #ohwell
— Bon nuit bahn mi (@TheLJWay85) August 27, 2019
At this point everyone who follows me, everyone who knows me, and everyone who claims to care about me/about us IS AWARE OF THIS, so if you choose to support Dave Chappelle, I will understand that you have consciously chosen to endorse transphobia.
There is no other explanation. https://t.co/yt8vEC5kzl
— Yves Conceives (@AdamantxYves) August 27, 2019
Some members of the left-wing media have adopted the same attitude.
“You Can Definitely Skip Dave Chappelle’s New Netflix Special ‘Sticks & Stones,'” reads the headline at Vice, one of many mainstream media outlets that’re brimming with SJWs.
According to the piece, nearly every joke that the comedian uttered out of his mouth was offensive, from his jokes about Michael Jackson’s alleged molestation of children to his jokes about transgender people, Chinese people and, of course, SJWs.
“Chappelle … returned to his now-infamous obsession with making fun of trans people, saying, ‘[trans people] hate my f–king guts and I don’t blame them. […] I can’t stop writing jokes about these n–gas,” the report laments.
“This time, those jokes included asking the audience how funny it would be if he was actually a Chinese person stuck inside a Black man’s body, which (you guessed it) also included a racist impression of a Chinese person. He also found time to defend fellow controversial comedians Kevin Hart and Louis C.K., painting them as victims of an overzealous callout culture.”
The good news is that fewer and fewer Americans appear to care for such petulant whining anymore. Note for instance the ratio of the tweet by Vice seen below:
You can definitely skip Dave Chappelle’s new Netflix special ‘Sticks & Stones.’ https://t.co/qyueiskA9I
— VICE (@VICE) August 26, 2019
And then there are the scathing replies:
Yo @VICE thinks it has some say in who watches what & what’s funny.
I hope the new #DaveChapelle Special is the MOST WATCH one yet.
FOH politically correct Newly Woke Weirdos.
You ain’t cancelling ANYONE for being funny, ever.https://t.co/8qW40zT4cG
— MichaelRapaport (@MichaelRapaport) August 27, 2019
Dave Chappelle will outlive your shitty “woke” channel because you have no real point of view or actual stance on anything. His ratings on this special will crush everything you have in prime time for the entire month. You’re a fucking fraud.
— Ross Patterson (@StJamesStJames) August 27, 2019
Calm down, mom.
— The Dank Knight ? (@capeandcowell) August 26, 2019
I remember when at least a few liberals had a sense of humor.
— I’m supposed to be working right now… (@hereforthejava) August 26, 2019
He’s not toeing the PC line? So, he’s actually funny? Dear God we can’t have that.
— Sen. John Blutarsky (T) (@Mongotrucker) August 27, 2019
I don’t think Vice understands the concept of jokes and comedy. Just because a comedian says something, it doesn’t mean they believe it and worship it to be true
THEY DO IT TO MAKE PEOPLE LAUGH
It’s really not that complicated
— Wes (@wesman0615) August 27, 2019
Even Chappelle’s audience laughed at the joking, despite it having been targeted at them. Why? Because they have something called a sense of humor. Back in the day, everybody had one. But these days, it seems to be in short supply.
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