- THE BLAZE - CHRIS ENLOE - OCT 6, 2021 -
Comedian Dave Chappelle dropped a new Netflix comedy special this week, titled "The Closer," and progressives are already seething over Chappelle's politically incorrect jokes.
What did Chappelle say?
Toward the end of the show, Chappelle responded to critics of his last special, "Sticks & Stones," over which he was accused of "punching down" and being "transphobic," "homophobic," and other LGBT-related phobias.
Chappelle pointed out that his critics clearly have not listened to his comedy, for if they had, they would understand that he has never had a problem with LGBT people.
"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," Chappelle joked.
The comedian then addressed "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling, whom Chappelle explained was "canceled" for saying that gender is real. Rowling, as a feminist, believes that, if gender is not real, then "the lived reality of women globally is erased." Critics have labeled Rowling a "TERF," or "trans-exclusionary radical feminist."
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