Highly popular comedian Dave Chappelle has recently enraged leftists with his latest Netflix comedy special, entitled “The Closer.”
Near the end of his show, Chappelle offered a response to various critics of his last comedy special, “Sticks & Stones.” Chappelle received tremendous flack for his commentary on LGBTQ issues, and he was blasted as “transphobic.”
However, Chappelle argued that critics clearly didn’t bother to listen to what he actually said, as he has always indicated he has no problem with individuals with different sexual orientations.
“If you listen to what I’m saying, clearly, my problem has always been with white people,” Chappelle quipped.
The famous comedian then turned his attention to J.K. Rowling, the creator of Harry Potter, who has been widely “canceled” due to her comments on gender. Rowling proclaimed that if gender ceases to be real, then “the lived reality of women globally” has been erased. This comment drew harsh condemnation from critics, as they blasted Rowling for being a “TERF,” otherwise known as a “trans-exclusionary radical feminist.”
Chappelle, however, declared that he was proud to be “Team TERF.”
“Gender is a fact,” Chappelle proclaimed, adding that “every human being on earth” ultimately was birthed from a woman, no one else.
“That is a fact,” Chappelle asserted.
He continued onwards to offer an array of other commentary regarding this issue, emphasizing that gender exists. He also added that he would stop making jokes about LGBTQ individuals until everyone can “[laugh] together.”
He also requested for the LGBTQ community to stop pummeling his own people, including Kevin Hart and DaBaby, both of whom have been “cancelled” for their own comments on LGBTQ movements.
“In our country, you can shoot and kill a [Black person],” Chappelle continued, “but you better not hurt a gay person’s feelings.”
However, in spite of Chappelle’s commentary, he continued to receive enormous flack from critics. For instance, the Daily Beast blasted the comedian as “transphobic,” while NPR blasted Chappelle for “using white privilege.”
“Chappelle is using white privilege [in order to] excuse his own transphobia and homophobia,” NPR whined, adding that the comedian’s latest show results made them feel “terribly angry.”
Nonetheless, the comedy special holds a 94 percent audience approval rating, even if critics remain enraged.