August 6, 2017
Stand-up is an “art form” known for edginess and pushing boundaries. Or so comedians like to think.
These days, it’s all neurotic Jews deconstructing everything, soyboy bugmen talking about how ineffectual they are or overconfident skanks pretending they’re freedom fighters for talking about how loose their pussies are.
Have you seen the new Amy Schumer special “Muh Vagina and Stuff” on NetanyahuFlix? She really takes Trump to task!
While there are instances where comedians appear to cross the line (e.g. making racial jokes or using slurs), there’s never substance behind it and it’s entirely done for shock value. The fact is you’d be hard-pressed to find a comedian that doesn’t support AIDS marriage or one that doesn’t hate racism*.
*Sam Hyde is of course the exception but he’s also not one of these faux-edgy, Jew-ass-kissing cornballs that’s trying to get a role on some shitty sitcom.
Like other facets of the “entertainment” industry, stand-up comedy is run by and filled to the brim with Jews. While some of the gentiles that make it can be funny, they never stray too far off the beaten path. The closest you’d get were guys like Colin Quinn and Nick DiPaolo, whose show (Tough Crowd) was canceled despite often times doing better in the ratings than it’s competitor, The Daily Show With Jon Stewart (Liebowitz).
Gee I wonder why?
The political correctness has gotten more strict over the last few years, however, and Dave Chappelle, having been away from the business awhile, is finding he’s no longer allowed to use the same jokes he used in the 00s.
Dave Chappelle is used to the spotlight for his brand of politically incorrect humor, with a wide array of edgy jokes and skits that made him a superstar in the mid 2000s.
Now that he’s back, he’s facing a barrage of criticism from humorless journalists over “transphobia.”
Unable to navigate today’s politically correct minefield, Chappelle was slammed with negative reviews from Vulture, Jezebel, The Daily Dot, and Salon for joking about Caitlyn Jenner in his stand-up set performed on Monday.
He forgot Maxim, which had an article with an almost identical title to the one in Jezebel. Because you really want your “guys magazine” having the same opinion as the man-hating purple-haired femmunist rag.
Guess which one is which.
“For about the first 20 minutes of his set, Chappelle almost exclusively talked about trans issues,” writes Fox. Some lowlights included, in Fox’s words:
- “He started by talking about how he was ‘shocked!’ by Trump’s ban on transgender officers in the military, because he didn’t realize there were any trans people in the military. ‘Sounds like a secret weapon to me,’ he continued. ‘If I was in ISIS in the trenches fighting against the United States and all of the sudden I see a man with a beard and big D-cups titties just rushing my foxhole and shit, I’d be horrified.’”
- “‘I read in the paper that Caitlyn Jenner was contemplating posing nude in an upcoming issue of Sports Illustrated. And I knew it was politically incorrect to say, so I figured I’d just say it for everybody — yuck. Fuck, man, I just want to read some stats, like why are you cramming man-pussy in the middle of the sports page like that?’”
One thing you can almost always count on blacks to do is disregard the idea that faggotry is normal. They may be the progressives’ pets in many regards, but they do not “play that gay shit.” This is ironic, considering how situational homosexuality in prison is and how they’re more likely than whites to be homos. But I’ll welcome the narrative collapse in any form it presents itself.
Black comics in particular have a history of making these kind of remarks. Recently, comedian Lil Duval said he would kill a sexual partner if he learned “she” was a tranny. Tracey Morgan also had a hilarious anti-gay outburst, which almost cost him his lucrative gig on the show 30 Rock.
While Chappelle’s tranny jokes were funny, of course the anti-white resentment eventually comes out.
“He then tried to make a fairly complicated point about his own frustration with ‘all this talk about how they feel inside,’ because ‘since when has America given a fuck about how anyone feels inside?’ He ended by arguing that sometimes he thinks ‘the only reason all of us are talking about transgenders is because white men want to do it. If it was just blacks and Mexican like, ‘Hey, y’all, we feel like girls inside.’ They’d be like, ‘Shut up, nigger, no one asked how you felt.’’”
Riiight, Dave. It’s all those “white” men that run the media promoting it. It’s not like black feelings are catered to at every whim.
Pure facts. Not driven by black emotional fragility at all. No siree.
Chappelle has actually talked about the push for cross-dressing in movies before, undoubtedly by the same kind of “white” men who run Hollywood.
Chappelle knows who runs show business. But he’s got a career at stake, so you’ll never see him cross that line. Which is why ultimately a stand-up’s political commentary is irrelevant and why the writers here and half the shitlords on Twitter are a million times funnier than any of these kosher court jesters.
Funnier and more politically relevant than anything Dave Chappelle has ever said.