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Published On: Wed, Aug 28th, 2019

Dave Chappelle ‘Sticks & Stones’ broke the leftist, woke outrage machine

The Netflix comedy special from Dave Chappelle, Sticks & Stones, is offensively and insanely over top that the leftist critics and outlets have lost their mind.

Vice wrote “You Can Definitely Skip Dave Chappelle’s New Netflix Special ‘Sticks & Stones'” and based on that headline, I HAD to watch it.

“Chappelle has always been a daredevil comedian…But now he chooses to blatantly ignore the historic criticism against his style of comedy and new loud-and-clear criticism from the trans community. His approach comes off like a defiant rejection of change at any cost. As he keeps going down this path, drawing attention to the worst aspects of his important career, the biggest cost will be tarnishing his own legacy.”

Yes Chappelle takes on the LGBTQ community, and those who’ve stolen part of the alphabet; discounts the rape allegations against Michael Jackson; defends Kevin Hart, but that’s just the edge of how over the top the comedian gets, TRYING and PURPOSEFULLY INSULTING the “offended crowd.”

Salon writes “Yes, there are some cringeworthy parts of Sticks & Stones. Some sections are too dark to repeat, let alone to laugh at. Isn’t that what we pay for? Comedians are supposed to express the things we can’t or won’t say, poke fun at the many biases people have, and highlight — which isn’t the same as upholding — stereotypes as a way of shining a light on gaps in understanding.”

You can’t laugh?

The author asserts: “Black comedy is like the Hunger Games; it’s not a place for respect or rules. People who can’t take that should not tune in, just as I choose not to watch the racist NFL. Comedians aren’t political activists, nor are they necessarily allies or politicians. They have a different job to do. Show me a comedian that champions every cause I believe in and I’ll show you a show that I’d pay to avoid.”

Yes, the NFL is racist to this writer and Chappelle make him VERY, VERY UNCOMFORTABLE.

Chappelle says the things conservatives have been saying over the transgenders in sports, the #MeToo movement going too far (Louis CK), child support vs abortion, taking on Jussie Smollett (Juicy Smoo-llay because he’s French) and making his Asian face at his Asian wife during an argument and attacking the “white parent” of the next mass shooting – it’s a “white kid’s game.”

TMZ went so far as to publish a hit piece defending Michael Jackson’s victims and their legal team. The TMZ updated the post with the counter argument, defending Chappelle, saying that Jackson IS INDEED innocent.

The Wrap published an article saying Dave Chappelle misquoted Dream Hampton, the director of the R. Kelly film….yes, this is real.

Tim Pool examined the coverage as well, saying “Dave Chappelle just dropped a nuke on the woke left, insanely offensive comedy routine” – check it out below.

I agree with Pool, not since George Carlin has a comedian or celebrity stepped this far into offending people.

Chappelle goes unhinged, let’s loose and breaks down every barrier the snowflake generation has put place.

From gun control to racism, this comedy special is, and should be, a gamechanger…an eye opener. Ask your leftist/liberal friend if they watched out and if they laughed?

Their answer will tell you everything you need to know about them.

They either did NOT get or watch THE PUNCH LINE (an epilogue after the close of the show) which helps you GET IT!


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- Writer and Co-Founder of The Global Dispatch, Brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professionally in 2003 on Crazed Fanboy before expanding into other blogs and sites. Appearing on several radio shows, Brandon has hosted Dispatch Radio, written his first novel (The Rise of the Templar) and completed the three years Global University program in Ministerial Studies to be a pastor. To Contact Brandon email [email protected] ATTN: BRANDON

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