Dave Chappelle just did for stand up comedy what Donald Trump did for American politics. He has erected a formidable opposition to political correctness. He’s carved out room for people to stand in, people who know that they are not bigots, who know that they do not hate anyone without due cause.
Now, the left is taking aim at Chappelle just like they took aim at Trump. They are attacking him in every way they imagine they can. At first, they said his special in question, “Sticks & Stones,” wasn’t funny. They said it was boring and predictable. They said he lost his touch. And they said he must be canceled. Of course, the ratings proved otherwise. The show is a smash hit.
So, they started pretending that they just didn’t care. They wrote long, drawn out missives detailing just how much they really, super didn’t care. These people are less self-aware than the average house cat.
However, while Dave Chappelle has made comedy history by showing how frail the extreme left really is, and more importantly how unpopular they are, he’s done much more. He has proven that comedy is far from dead. He’s led the way for the next generation of earnest comics to breathe new life into the art form.
Better still, he’s made owning the libs a spectator sport.
Thank you, Dave. You, sir, are the President of comedy, and we are all wearing “I Voted” stickers.
Here’s Netflix Is A Joke, with the Chappelle clip that made history. We encourage you to watch the full special.