It wasn’t that long ago that comedian Dave Chappelle had released his Netflix comedy special “Sticks and Stones” to great fanfare and praise from America. The only people who didn’t like it were the people who never like anything, but this time they had a real reason to dislike it. Chappelle had taken shots at some of the radical left’s beliefs, and they didn’t like it much.
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Comedians were supposed to be toeing the line and making jokes about the other side, not them. Chappelle didn’t care, and he continued not to care well afterward.
In fact, he cared so little that he did it again.
Chappelle’s latest Netflix comedy special “The Closer” had a few shots taken at the trans community, and needless to say, they aren’t happy.
In one segment, Chappelle says he doesn’t have a problem with transgender people but does think J.K. Rowling was mistreated for her stance on transgenderism, saying that he too is a “TERF” or a “Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminist.”
To be a TERF means to be a part of the feminist movement but to exclude men who claim they’re women from the quest for women’s equality. Moreover, Chappelle said that gender is a “fact.”
“Gender is a fact,” he stated. “Every human being in this room, every human being on earth, had to pass through the legs of a woman to be on earth. That is a fact. Now, I am not saying that to say trans women aren’t women, I am just saying that those p****es that they got… you know what I mean?
I’m not saying it’s not pu**y, but that’s like Beyond Pu**y or Impossible Pu**y. It tastes like pu**y, but that’s not quite what it is, is it? That’s not blood. That’s beet juice.”
You can watch the clip below but be aware, there’s a language warning. Also, note the two SJW-looking women at the end who are far less than happy about the joke.
Previously, Chappelle was blamed for the suicide of transgender comedian Daphne Dorman. The idea was that Chappelle’s comments about transgender people on “Sticks and Stones” were what led to her taking her own life. For some reason, no one wanted to blame the disorder for its high rate of depression and suicide. Instead, they wanted to target Chappelle, whom they were already looking to cancel.
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