Saturday’s episode of “Saturday Night Live” featured comedian Dave Chappelle, whose Legendary monologue about former president Donald Trump, Kyrie Irving, and Kanye West left the left confused.
The New York Times published an article that claimed Chappelle mocked Kanye and Kyrie. But Jason felt anyone who actually saw the episode might have had a different takeaway. “Fearless” contributor Shemeka Michelle and host Jason Whitlock broke down Chappelle’s jokes to determine if he’s a friend or foe of the canceled icons. Shemeka also helped Jason make sense of what the NYT published.
Whitlock added that Chappelle’s monologue perfectly captured the lies perpetrated by the left that accuse Trump of being racist. “Y’all gotta stop and open your eyes. You can’t be that blind or stupid,” Whitlock said.
u201cY’all gotta stop and open your eyes. You can’t be that blind or stupid. #DaveChapelle #DonaldTrumpu201d
— Jason Whitlock (@Jason Whitlock)
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