Liberal Hollywood FUMING Over Chappelle's Latest Joke

Dave Chappelle is a man who is known for his controversial sense of humor and jokes, being well beyond "politically correct" by anyone's standards. He's not one to shy away from ANY topic... and you know, that's sort of expected from comedians if you ask me. It's either ALL OK or NONE of it is. You can't have it both ways.

Well now Chappelle is facing a hellstorm from the liberal media, claiming he's being "transphobic" in regards to one of his latest jokes.

“Sounds like a secret weapon to me,” said Chappelle, “If I was in ISIS in the trenches fighting against the United States and all of a sudden I see a man with a beard and big D-cups titties just rushing my foxhole and shit, I’d be horrified.”

“A weird thing happened to me in this moment – it honestly made me feel bad that I made someone else feel bad,” he said.

“‘I read in the paper that Caitlyn Jenner was contemplating posing nude in an upcoming issue of Sports Illustrated,” said Chappelle. “And I knew it was politically incorrect to say, so I figured I’d just say it for everybody—yuck. Fuck, man, I just want to read some stats, like why are you cramming man-pussy in the middle of the sports page like that?’”

During the set, too, Chappelle asked why it seemed easier for Jenner to change his name and Gender but for Cassius Clay (Mohammad Ali) to change his name?

Well... none of this struck a chord with some liberals who have released a firestorm of hate and anger on his new Netflix special that released a few months ago. This set included many jokes about transgender people, along with every other joke he does under the sun. Do they not realize that nothing is safe with him? If it's hot, if it's sensitive, he's going to hit it.

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