(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) While hosting Saturday Night Live over the weekend, red-pilled comedian Dave Chappelle gave a monologue in which he appeared to defend rapper Ye and basketball star Kyrie Irving for their alleged anti-Semitism, according to Yahoo! News.
Chappelle’s appearance on the show, which has seen as significant decline in ratings do to its insufferable wokeness, may have been intended to help draw back in some of its disaffected former fans.
As expected, the embattled entertainer, whom the LGBT mafia has tried several times to cancel, delivered more controversy.
It was the first time the comedian hosted SNL since he came under fire after he dared to joke about men who pretend to be women in his latest Netflix special The Closer. Because of that, leftists from social media and SNL writing rooms said that they will boycott Chappell.
One of the reasons why they decided to do that is because SNL recently reached a new level of woke by hiring the first woman who calls herself “nonbinary,” Molly Kearney.
However, the boycotts didn’t work out. Chapelle hosted the episode and gave a monologue, in which he defended West’s so-called anti-Semitic rhetoric.
He said that in his 35-year career, he learned that there are “two words in the English language that you should never say together in sequence: ‘The’ and ‘Jews.’”
“It’s a big deal, he had broken the show business rules,” Chappelle said. “You know, the rules of perception. If they’re [black], then it’s a gang. If they’re Italian, it’s a mob. If they’re Jewish, it’s a coincidence and you should never speak about it.”
He then said that “Kanye got in so much trouble that Kyrie [Irving] got in trouble.”
“This is where I draw the line. I know the Jewish people have been through terrible things all over the world, but you can’t blame that on [black] Americans,” Chappelle said.
“I’ve been to Hollywood and—no one get mad at me—I’m just telling you what I saw. It’s a lot of Jews. Like a lot. But that doesn’t mean anything! You know what I mean?”
“Because there are a lot of Black people in Ferguson, Missouri, it doesn’t mean we run the place,” he added.
Chappelle also talked about “the era of Donald Trump” and how it is not yet over, even though New York leftists cannot comprehend how can someone support the man.
He also said that the “delusion that Jews run show business” is “not a crazy thing to think,” but “it’s a crazy thing to say out loud.”
“It shouldn’t be this scary to talk about anything. It’s making my job incredibly difficult. And to be honest with you, I’m sick of talking to a crowd like this,” he said.
“I love you to death and I thank you for your support. And I hope they don’t take anything away from me… whoever they are.”