Comedian Dave Chappelle dispelled Clinton donors’ claim that all Blacks are “f*cked in the head” last night when the independent thinking funnyman ripped Hillary Clinton.
Prepping for a Saturday Night Live gig immediately following the election Chappelle stunned a Crowd at the Cutting Room comedy club in NYC with a non-stop sixty-minute rebuke of all things Hillary.
Chappelle took particular umbrage with Mrs. Clinton’s characterization of Donald Trump’s statements to Billy Bush as evidence of assault. He simultaneously took a swipe at the mainstream Clinton media.
“Sexual assault? It wasn’t. ‘And when you’re a star, they let you do it.’ That phrase implies consent. I just don’t like the way the media twisted that whole thing. Nobody questioned it.”
Chappelle then explained that the resilience that Donald Trump exhibited following the all-out media assault won him over:
“That would have devastated anybody else.”
Chappelle then turned his sights on Anderson Cooper and Martha Raddatz’s hostile questioning at the second debate, “Something about this was backward. A gay white man and a white woman asking a multi-billionaire how he knows the system is rigged and insisting it’s not. Does that sound right to you? It didn’t seem right to me. And here’s how you know Trump is the most gangsta candidate ever. They asked him how he knows the system is rigged and he said, ‘Because I take advantage of it.’ He may as well have flashed his membership card for the Illuminati right then.”
The comedian then let women, gays and transgenders know that when it comes to “civil rights” they should put a sock in it:
“They should not be having that conversation in front of black people. You go ahead and feel something about your rights. But if you’re putting sexism and homophobia and transphobia in front of racism, you should be ashamed of yourself.”
Chappelle reminded people that someday Mrs. Clinton was likely to have her likeness on our currency and that he didn’t think that was right; “She’s going to be on a coin someday. And her behavior has not been coin-worthy. She’s not right and we all know she’s not right.”
Chappelle is not a lone voice among Black voters. Louis Farrakhan has been outspoken in his criticism of Mrs. Clinton and both Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton refused to endorse Mrs. Clinton once Donald Trump became the Republican nominee.
All of this is having a profound effect on the voting of African-Americans who are supporting Donald Trump at almost three times the percentage that they supported either Mitt Romney or John McCain.