Dave Chappelle recalled speaking to Donald Trump supporters on election day

And Another One: New Dave Chappelle Netflix Special 'The Bird Revelation' to Join 'Equanimity' on Dec. 31
Dave Chappelle recalled speaking to Donald Trump supporters on election day

24 December, 2017

In the below clip, Chappelle tackles the madness of the 2016 election, and asks who Trump is actually for.

"We've got a lot of trouble out of them", Chappelle told the audience during his stand-up routine.

'I saw some angry faces and some determined faces, but they felt like decent folk.

"And I'm standing there thinking in my mind, you dumb motherf--er". Looked them right in their coal-smeared faces.

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Netflix has announced that it will be releasing not one, but two Chappelle shows on December 31. "I didn't see one deplorable face in that group", Chappelle says. Chappelle talked about encountering "poor whites" when he voted in the presidential election.

"It's a Celebration, Bitches" begins at 9:00 a.m. ET/PT, with all 28 episodes of Chappelle's Show running nonstop and culminating in a Midnight presentation of the seminal Chappelle stand-up special Killin' Them Softly.

Imitating a Trump supporter, Chappelle exclaimed, "Man, Donald Trump's gonna go to Washington and he's gonna fight for us". Netflix has announced that on top of releasing his upcoming special, Equanimity, they'll also release a second surprise special from the comedian, titled The Bird Revelation.

Dave Chappelle's: Equanimity is the latest special in his "Netflix is a Joke" campaign. Dave said as he stood in line to cast his ballot, he overheard them say naive "poor white people things". He's fighting for me!' Many argue that the current tax plan, which was already in favor of corporations and wealthy Americans, will tilt the balance further in their favor and lead to income inequality.

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