Connect with us

Entertainment

Dave Chappelle says ‘gender is a fact’ and defends JK Rowling’s transgender remarks

Published

on

Dave Chappelle says ‘gender is a fact’ and defends JK Rowling’s transgender remarks

Comedian Dave Chappelle is once again telling transgender jokes in a new comedy special, this time defending Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling after claiming she was “canceled” for similar remarks.

Chappelle has a long-standing reputation for turning typically serious matters such as politics or the COVID-19 pandemic into comedic material. During his most recent Netflix special The Closer, Chappelle likens himself to Rowling regarding a 2019 controversy when she identified herself as a “TERF,” or “trans-exclusionary radical feminist.”

The comedian tells the crowd during the special he is “team TERF” after defending Rowling, who was criticized and even received death threats from some LGBT activists when she tweeted, “Dress however you please … But force women out of their jobs for stating that sex is real?” on Dec. 19, 2019.

“Gender is a fact,” Chappelle says , according to a Daily Beast report of his sixth special on the streaming platform. “Every human being in this room, every human being on Earth, had to pass through the legs of a woman to be on Earth. That is a fact. Now, I am not saying that to say trans women aren’t women, I am just saying that those p*****s that they got … you know what I mean? I’m not saying it’s not p***y, but it’s Beyond P***y or Impossible P***y.”

The comedian later addresses any possible criticism he might receive, saying in a tongue-in-cheek joke, “Any of you who have ever watched me know that I have never had a problem with transgender people. If you listen to what I’m saying, clearly, my problem has always been with white people.”

Some prominent media pieces, such as a 2019 article from Buzzfeedopined that the comedian could “strive to be more thoughtful” in regards to Chappelle’s past transgender jokes.

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg once scolded Chappelle’s humor on the transgender subject, saying his 2019 special Sticks and Stones might contain jokes that could hurt people.

Read more the Washington Examiner

Click to comment
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Entertainment

Bill Maher: The Left won’t allow you to discuss transgenders

Bill Maher, Andrew Yang and John McWhorter on Dave Chappelle and ‘Transgender debate’

Published

on

Bill Maher: The Left won’t allow you to discuss transgenders

Continue Reading

Entertainment

YouTube BANS ‘The Vietnamese Alex Jones’ After Obsessive John Oliver Complained

The “comedian” is obsessed with getting people he doesn’t agree with censored

Published

on

YouTube BANS ‘The Vietnamese Alex Jones’ After Obsessive John Oliver Complained

YouTube has banned a radio host after English “Comedian” John Oliver described him as ‘the Vietnamese Alex Jones’.

Oliver complained on his HBO show that “While Alex Jones has been removed from YouTube for spreading misinformation,” Nguy Vu, the host of King Radio, “is still going strong on the platform despite the fact you just heard him say ‘masks are killing people,’ which clearly violates YouTube’s ban on claims that wearing a mask is dangerous.”

Oliver further whined that “Alex Jones could find his way back on to Youchube (sic) if he could just complete a Rosetta Stone course in Vietnamese.”

Oliver also described YouTube and Facebook as “screamingly screamingly bad” but added that “at least in theory they can be monitored.”

Watch:

Oliver is obsessed with getting people he doesn’t agree with censored, silenced and kicked off big tech platforms, and pitches for it in almost every “comedy” show he does.

Oliver is also obsessed with Alex Jones, even though Jones is already banned from practically every mainstream platform.

Alex Jones Responds to John Oliver’s Blatant Lies

Continue Reading

Entertainment

YouTube deletes rapper’s ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ song claiming ‘medical misinformation’

YouTube told the rapper they are passing the complaint along for ‘re-review’

Published

on

YouTube deletes rapper’s ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ song claiming ‘medical misinformation’

Rapper Bryson Gray announced on Twitter Thursday that his music video poking fun at President Joe Biden was removed from YouTube due to “medical misinformation.”

“YouTube has banned ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ song from YouTube due to ‘medical information,’ Gray posted on Twitter. “What medical misinformation is in the song? Whoa.”

Gray said that initially the lyric version of the video was banned but then the actual music video was taken down.

“Update: The music video was just banned,” Gray tweeted. “@YouTube this is crazy.”

YouTube’s tech support responded to a tweet from Gray and said they are looking into the matter. 

“Jumping in – we’re passing this along to the right team for a re-review,” YouTube said on Twitter. “We’ll share updates once we hear back from them. Appreciate your patience in the meantime.”

Read more on Fox News

Continue Reading

Trending