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Mouthpiece Chappelle Threatens Violence, Says Candace Has A “Stinky Pussy,” Calls Laura Ingraham A C**t

Dave Chappelle. Image: YouTube

CDMedia rarely comments on entertainment, but when the most popular comedian of his generation begins taking purely political pot shots in a weirdly scripted, quickly thrown-together hit piece sponsored by highly partisan technocrat overlord Netflix, an exception is in order.

Dave Chappelle has walked a twisting path during the first few years of the Trump administration. Immediately following the 2016 election, he hosted Saturday Night Live, where he delivered a monologue that was funny, reasonable, and even fair. Compared to what other shellshocked actors and media figures were saying at the time, Chappelle was positively magnanimous.

“I’m wishing Donald Trump luck, and I’m gonna give him a chance. And we, the historically disenfranchised, demand that he give us one too.”

That was then. By 2019, in a new special, Chappelle claimed that he didn’t remember exactly what he said about giving Trump a chance on SNL. Whatever it was, he assured the audience, “I really wish I didn’t say that shit.” Of Trump’s administration, Chappelle jokes, “It’s like seeing a crack pipe in your Uber driver’s passenger seat.” All of which is still relatively mild in the pantheon of Trump criticism.

In “8:46”, a 27-minute mini-special released on Friday by Netflix, we see a different Chappelle. He is fidgety. He pulls his pant legs up to his knee and back down again. He takes out a cigarette and tries to light it several times over the course of five minutes. He stares at his notebook repeatedly. He struggles to find his groove.

This was thrown together at warp speed.

He weaves his own story into that of black victims of violence and oppression. Tenuously. He claims he can’t forget the amount of time Derek Chauvin knelt on George Floyd’s neck–eight minutes and 46 seconds, hence the show’s title–because that’s the time of birth on Chappelle’s own birth certificate: 8:46 am. Huh?

If that weren’t irrelevant enough, Chappele makes the stunning claim that Kobe Bryant scoring 60 points in his final game in 2016 was what held the country together in the wake of the murder of several police officers who had just been shot in multiple US cities. Chappelle recalls flipping back and forth between the news and the basketball game.

The problem is that Kobe’s final game was on April 13, 2016. No officers were killed that day. One officer was killed the day before, in Columbus, Ohio, about 50 miles from Chappelle’s home, but that incident, sad as it was, was not tearing the country apart.

No one trusts notorious pothead Chappelle to be a great store of national memory, but this conflation is off by several months (the wave of deadly violence against police came months later, in July).

But the worst of it is when Chappelle tries to tear down two conservative women. First, Candace Owens, whose recent video about the media and Black Lives Matter attempt to beatify drug addict and counterfeiter George Floyd. Owens’ video got millions of hits. Netflix sent Chappelle after her. “I don’t care what this nigger did. I don’t care if he personally kicked Candace Owens in her stinky pussy,” he says.

Chappelle goes on to claim that people want to hear from him on matters of race…because he’s real.

“…you trust me. You don’t expect me to be perfect. But I don’t lie to you. I’m just a guy. And I don’t lie to you. And every institution–every institution we trust–lies to us.

Randomly, Chappelle tells white women they better “shut the fuck up,” and that serial cop killer Michael Dorner called him a genius…in his pre-crime-spree manifesto. This is part of the lead-up to skewering Fox news host Laura Ingraham.

“LeBron James once said something about racism, and Laura Ingraham, which, I will say publicly anywhere, anytime, is a cunt. Tell ’em I said it. Told one of Ohio’s greatest residents ever, ‘Shut up and dribble.'”

Chappelle then explains his absence at this year’s Grammy Awards by way of Kobe Bryant’s death in a helicopter crash. To underscore how devastated he was, Chappelle notes that Kobe’s two jersey numbers, 8 and 24, are the same as his birthday, August 24. Will the coincidences never cease?

Finally, we learn that Chappelle is to be the MC of media race issues going forward due to his slave lineage. He got it wrong when he said in his 2016 SNL monologue that black people had only been invited to the White House twice in the early days of American history. In fact, Chappelle says, Woodrow Wilson received a delegation from South Carolina led by AME Bishop William David Chappelle, Dave’s great-grandfather, who was born a slave.

Odd that Chappelle would have forgotten this compelling bit of history until just now.

“Why isn’t David Chappelle saying anything? Because David Chappelle understands what the fuck he’s seeing, and these streets will speak for themselves whether I am alive or dead…after this shit, it’s just [imitating gunfire] rat-a-tat-tat-tat-tattity-TAT!”

An ominous call to arms, quickly produced and distributed at this red-hot moment in American history. It’s official: Netflix has Chappelle. Who knows what they have on him, but he’s their new mouthpiece.

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Jerry Rockwell June 15, 2020 at 11:27 pm

Much rather have a smelly body part than a mouth full of shit like this moron.

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elphupphy June 15, 2020 at 11:36 pm

Chappelle shows his complete lack of class. He is no different from all the other classless, ignorant black racists.

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jack johnson June 16, 2020 at 12:44 am

Chappelle was once a great comedian, then after his mental breakdown he was never the same. He was even booed off the stage by his own fans, he just doesn`t have it anymore. This lashing out is what you do when you have become irrelevant.

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willford June 16, 2020 at 2:04 am

A “SHINE” comes out.

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D3F1ANT June 16, 2020 at 2:04 am

Ha ha ha! Who cares what Chapelle says? He used to be non-racist. But that was when he had a show and didn’t need to find a new way to get attention. If the going gets tough he’ll just have a breakdown and go into hiding…again.

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jac June 16, 2020 at 2:26 am

10,000 comedians out of work and this idiot is trying to do stand up.

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Jimmy June 16, 2020 at 2:27 am

dave went from hero to zero fro me,….and I think he has a drug problem too by the looks of it,……spiralling down, Hollywood leftists must have captured him., Fallen soul now.

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J Munz June 16, 2020 at 2:47 am

He has lost it again. It’s what blacks have always done to each other. Uncle Tom, house negro., etc. Also, he’s smoking too much tobacco and weed.

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drewtho June 16, 2020 at 8:56 am

I liked his previous material on “Juicy Smoliet” …tanked out this time Dave, bad form. Incidentally, Candace Owens is beautiful and smart. I love her. Big respect also for Laura Ingraham.

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Leanna June 16, 2020 at 11:28 am

What an irrelevant tool. A complete waste of space. Back to kindergarten with you.

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JB June 16, 2020 at 12:59 pm

Descendant of a slave? Does he know that Africans captured one another to sell to the slavers? No one wants to accept this scandalous truth…………it’s just racist whites to blame!

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Nabi Rasch June 16, 2020 at 3:34 pm

Sheesh! Has it come to this?–that this foul mouthed creep gets a free pass and is probably a leftard hero just because he’s ignorant and black?

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Ben Colder June 16, 2020 at 3:47 pm

Why is it that the modern so called funny guys all have a foul mouth and they think its funny.The old guys like Johnathan Winters was funny and they never said anything like this guy does .He is not funny as far as iam concerned I don’t listen to his kind I don’t need it.

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JBW June 16, 2020 at 4:04 pm

I liked it, although he has lost his edge, as many comedians are apt to do with age.
Overall, he still had some raw and hence funny moments because that’s his style of comedy.
The beauty of Netflix is, if you don’t like it, you can always watch something else.
Maybe “Tayo, The Little Bus” is more your speed?

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