(Big League Politics) – Famous comedian Dave Chappelle reportedly humiliated transgender students during his surprise appearance at his former high school in Washington D.C. earlier this week.
Chappelle appeared at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts on Tuesday to give a surprise visit shortly before the Thanksgiving holiday. This enraged transgender students who were severely triggered by his most recent stand-up special where the legendary stand-up comic poked fun at he-shes.
16-year-old Andrew Wilson was especially enraged by Chappelle’s appearance. So much so that he had his mommy whine about it in a Twitter post on his behalf.
Further, regarding Dave Chapelle at @DukeEllingtonDC on Tuesday, the below screenshot is all parents knew in advance. When my child called at the conclusion of that train wreck of an assembly, he was blown, shaken, shocked & appalled by what they all experienced. pic.twitter.com/610GbICg0u
— Allyson Finch Wilson (@allyson_wilson) November 25, 2021
“Two transgender people were in line and one transgender person was trying to explain and Dave Chappelle kept talking over him and blatantly disrespecting the fact that he was talking and trying to make a joke out of the situation,” Wilson said to the Insider about Chappelle’s appearance.
“And then the second transgender person tried to explain to Dave Chappelle what misgendering was and Dave Chappelle interrupted her and completely ignored that. And then moved on to the next person,” he added, calling Chappelle’s appearance “a grotesque display of ego and narcissism.”
Big League Politics has reported on Chappelle’s unwillingness to back down after many progressives were offended by his most recent Netflix special, “The Closer”:
“Comedian Dave Chappelle has responded to the campaign waged against him by some transgender activists pertaining to jokes he made about transgender people in his Netflix comedy special “The Closer,” which Chappelle dedicated to the late comedian Norm MacDonald. Chappelle previously left his hit Comedy Central sketch show in 2005 amid a dispute with network executives in which Chappelle felt he was being treated unfairly financially. Though Chappelle is pretty evidently not a political conservative, his stand against cancel culture is making him a champion among people on the Right who are beginning to realize that their own Republican Party is too co-opted and weak to stand up to cancel culture.
“I said what I said, and boy I heard what you said. My God, how could I not? You said you want a safe working environment at Netflix. Well, it seems like I’m the only one that can’t go to the office anymore,” Dave Chappelle stated to an ovation at an onstage gig.
Chappelle said that the media framing the controversy as a conflict between him and the LGBT community is not accurate. “It’s about corporate interests, and what I can say, and what I cannot say,” Chappelle said. Chappelle noted that he is getting cancelled by film festivals as he tries to promote a forthcoming film, and that an executive at Netflix is the only one in Hollywood who has yet to cancel him.
“To the transgender community, I am more than willing to give you an audience. But you will not summon me. I am not bending to anybody’s demands. And if you want to meet with me, I’d be more than willing to, but I have some conditions. First of all, you cannot come if you have not watched my special from beginning to end. You must come to a place of my choosing, at a time of my choosing, and thirdly you must admit that Hannah Gadsby is not funny,” Chappelle said, referring to Gadsby, a female comedienne who has agitated against Chappelle.”
Chappelle is far from a conservative, but his unwillingness to bow to the left-wing mob is certainly laudable. His words toward the transgender snowflakes at his former high school are undoubtedly based.