NPR Writer Roasted For Saying Dave Chappelle Uses “White Privilege” In New Netflix Special “The Closer”
A new article from tax-payer-funded, woke propaganda company NPR really shines a light on just how disassociated from reality the mainstream media and liberals are these days.
In a review piece about comedian Dave Chapelle’s brand new Netflix special called ‘The Closer,’ a so-called “TV Critic” for NPR called Eric Deggans, who is black, oddly accused comedian Dave Chapelle, also a black man, of having “white privilege.”
Deggans writes, “Too often in The Closer, it just sounds like Chappelle is using white privilege to excuse his own homophobia and transphobia.”
The irony of someone, let alone another black man, accusing Chapelle of having “white privilege” caused users on social media to make jokes about ‘Clayton Bigsby,’ the famous character from the early 2000s sketch comedy show ‘Chapelle’s Show’ who was a ‘black white supremacist.’
One Twitter user wrote, “Our media is now, literally, calling Dave Chappelle a Black white supremacist. Satire is broken. We have to throw the whole system away.”
Our media is now, literally, calling Dave Chapelle a Black white supremacist.
Satire is broken. We have to throw the whole system away. #STUPID_Naperville_kids
— Wilfred Reilly (@wil_da_beast630) October 7, 2021
Another Twitter wrote, “Someone at NPR accuses Dave Chappelle of being the real Clayton Bigsby,” followed by a laughing emoji.
Someone at NPR accuses Dave Chappelle of being the real Clayton Bigsby. 😂 pic.twitter.com/bV4qTfhgVo
— Steffan Longdon (@steffanlongdon) October 7, 2021
One man called James Lindsay posted a screenshot of a tweet made by a woman named Bridget Phetasy in August 2019, which read, “My God. I just realized we are days away from an opinion piece accusing Dave Chappelle of being a black, white supremacist.”
Another Twitter user responded, “So Chappelle has become the real-life Clayton Bigsby?”
So Chappelle has become the real-life Clayton Bigsby? pic.twitter.com/1LWQ2xM0nC
— Craig C-137 (@Sutto2606) October 7, 2021
Chapelle isn’t the only black man to recently be accused of being white. Conservative radio show host Larry Elder, who ran for governor of California in the state’s recall election last month, was accused of being the “black face of white supremacy” by writer Erika Smith at the Los Angeles Times. Smith is a black woman.
If you have been paying attention to the rise of woke idiocy, it makes perfect sense for these liberal hack reporters like Deggans and Smith to label free-thinking black men as “white.” These are the same freaks who, despite constantly telling us how much they “trust the science” in regards to COVID, conveniently ignore biological science about gender to push their radical whacky transgender ideology onto our children and our military.
The most frustrating part of Deggans review, and believe me, pretty much the entire thing was frustrating, is that your tax dollars were used to pay him to write it.
We officially have tax-payer-funded, State-ran media pushing out garbage-woke propaganda in the United States, and it is used to slander successful black men who dare to think for themselves.
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