There isn’t a soyfed pajama-clad ‘journalist’ alive in America who wasn’t already wringing his hands in dismay over Dave Chappelle’s new all-out assault on Political Correctness.
But now that the ratings are in, our fake news friends might just be literally ‘shaking-with-rage’ and seeking refuge on the nearest fainting couch.
The people have spoken, and much to the dismay of noodle-armed critics, 99 percent of viewers couldn’t get enough of Chappelle’s hilarious roast of the left’s sacred cows.
That’s right, only 25 percent of the fake news critics approved of Chappelle’s Netflix special, while 99 percent of us dirty commoners couldn’t stop laughing. [Rotten Tomatoes]
The Spectator has more on how this comedy classic has really grinded the gears of our betters in “journalism”:
Laughs never come so hard as when some authority — a vice principal, a parent, a coach — sternly lectures, “That’s not funny!” This in part explains the rolling-on-the-floor hysterics induced by Dave Chappelle’s Netflix special, Sticks and Stones.
Despite the standup performance creating as big of a buzz as anything since Eddie’s Murphy’s Delirious, the joke police hate it. [The Spectator]
If you want to have a good laugh, just get a load of the headlines produced by the nattering ninnies of negativism in the “news” business.
Trump Curse: Biden Has Coughing Fit While Trying to Attack Trump
“Shock and bore: how Dave Chappelle lost his comic touch” (The Guardian)
“You Can Definitely Skip Dave Chappelle’s New Netflix Special Sticks & Stones” (Vice),
“I Get It, Dave Chappelle. It’s Hard to Be a Comedian in Your Mid-40s” (Vulture.com)
“All the Worst White People Like Dave Chappelle’s Sticks and Stones” (The Root)
“The Fear in Dave Chappelle’s New Special” (The Atlantic)
“Dave Chappelle’s Sticks & Stones Fights for the Rights of the Already-Powerful” (Slate)
“What happened to Dave Chappelle: The cruelty of Sticks & Stones is a sign of the times” (Salon)
What Bothers Me Most About Dave Chappelle’s Sticks & Stones (Complex)
While I would suggest you watch the entire Netflix special, The Spectator has conveniently given us a snippet of Chappelle’s hilarity:
The four-minute bit on “Juicy Smolier,” a French actor attacked by racist and homophobic, MAGA-hat wearing bigots on the streets of Chicago on the coldest night of the year, ranks as Chappelle’s funniest bit since his eponymous Comedy Central show. In his special, he labels those referred to by an ever-expanding acronym as “the alphabet people.” He offers an interesting take on abortion: “Ladies, to be fair to us, I also believe that if you decide to have the baby, a man should not have to pay,” he tells a stunned audience. “If you can kill this mother—er, I can at least abandon him. It’s my money, my choice.”
There’s more on Youtube: