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Dave Chappelle horrifies SNL viewers with uncensored, N-word ridden monologue calling Trump's COVID diagnosis 'hilarious' and 'thanking god for the pandemic' because it kept 'murderous whites' from carrying out mass shootings

 Dave Chappelle raised a few eyebrows during his SNL appearance on Saturday after he called President Trump's coronavirus diagnosis 'hilarious', and 'thanked god' for the pandemic because it kept 'murderous whites' from committing mass shootings. 

The comedian, 47, hosted the late-night show for the second time on the same day Joe Biden was named president-elect of the United States. 

He had last taken the stage four years ago when Trump was declared the winner of the 2016 election.

Chappelle opened his uncensored, N-word-ridden monologue by brazenly lighting a cigarette on stage and calling it 'a pretty incredible day.'

Dave Chappelle hosted Saturday Night Live on the day Joe Biden was declared the next president of the United States

Dave Chappelle hosted Saturday Night Live on the day Joe Biden was declared the next president of the United States 

The comedian raised a few eyebrows after delivering an uncensored, N-word-ridden opening monologue making fun of Trump's coronavirus diagnosis and white people

The comedian raised a few eyebrows after delivering an uncensored, N-word-ridden opening monologue making fun of Trump's coronavirus diagnosis and white people 

He spoke about a friend in London who had told him 'the world feels like a safer place now that America has a new president.'  

'I said, "that's great, but America doesn't." Do you guys remember what life was like before COVID?' he asked the crowd. 

'A mass shooting every week. Anyone remember that? Thank god for Covid,' he said, prompting laughter from the audience. 

'Someone had to lock these murderous whites up, keep them in the house.' 

Chappelle also took aim at 'poor white people' who had protested against wearing masks in public during the pandemic.

'What is the problem? Wear masks at the Klan rally, wear it at the Walmart too. Wear your Klan hood at Walmart so we can all feel safe,' he quipped. 

'Now Trump is gone,' Chappelle said, before joking about the president's response to the coronavirus. 

He cited Trump's racist term for the virus, 'the Kung flu'. 

'I said, you racist - hilarious son of a b***h. I'm supposed to say that, not you! It's wrong when you say it,' he said.   

'You know, when he got coronavirus, they said everything about it on the news. You know what they didn't say? That it was hilarious. It was hilarious,' Chappelle added. 

'Trump getting coronavirus was like when Freddie Mercury got AIDS. Nobody was like, "how did he get it?"'

'This guy's running around like the outbreak monkey. Looked like a 1970s penis, raw dogging. Raw dogging Earth,' he said, prompting laughter. 


Chappelle joked that Trump had 'a good health care plan', having been airlifted to the hospital after he was diagnosed. 

'Meanwhile, Chris Christie's fat a** is in the ICU, fighting for his life. Chris Christie got all the symptoms. Everything coronavirus likes to eat, that's what's in Chris Christie's body,' he said, roasting the former New Jersey governor. 

'Fat, check. Asthma, check. Diabetes, check. Coronavirus like, mmm-mmm! Herman Cain's black a** has been dead for two weeks. Where's his secret serum? 

'Think about that. For four years,' he continued. 'What kind of man does that? What kind of man makes sure he's okay while his friends fight for their lives and die? A white man.'

Chappelle's speech drew mostly positive reactions from viewers on social media however, many took note of his dark and controversial jokes. 

'Dave Chappelle be making white people uncomfortable,' one person tweeted.

'Dave Chappelle is probably the only comedian who can call a crowd of Caucasians 'murderous whites' and get this type of laughter,' another said.

Baldwin, Carrey and Rudolph reprised their roles as the three political leaders on Saturday

Baldwin, Carrey and Rudolph reprised their roles as the three political leaders on Saturday 

Carrey dug his Ace Ventura character out of the cupboard to call Trump a 'loser'

Carrey dug his Ace Ventura character out of the cupboard to call Trump a 'loser'

Chappelle had kicked off his speech by talking about his great-grandfather, who was born a slave in South Carolina and after being freed, devoted his life to three things: "education, freedom of Black people and Jesus Christ."

'I wish I could see him now, I wish he could see me,' Chappelle said before launching into a joke about how his popular Comedy Central series was on two streaming services and he wasn't being paid for it.

'Yeah, if he could see me now he'd probably be like, this thing got bought and sold more than I have.' 

Saturday Night Live aired a little over 12 hours after networks and The Associated Press declared Biden the winner of the 2020 election. 

The show quickly incorporated Harris' look from her and Biden's acceptance event.

The highly-anticipated episode was delayed by the Clemson-Notre Dame game, which ran into double overtime, and in many markets, local news broadcasts.

Chappelle hosted 'SNL' in November 2016 in its first episode after Trump's election, pointedly critiquing the surprise over the result.

'You know, I didn't know Donald Trump was going to win the election,' Chapelle said four years ago. 'I did suspect it. It seemed like Hillary was doing well in the polls and yet, I know the whites. You guys aren't as full of surprises as you used to be.'

'SNL' has regularly lampooned Trump and his presidency in recent years, enlisting Baldwin to play the commander in chief.

'I don't believe I've ever been this overjoyed to lose a job before,' Baldwin tweeted earlier Saturday.

Chappelle, who lives in Yellow Springs, Ohio, later welcomed the Foo Fighters as musical guests. The Foo Fighters last played the show on December 16, 2017. 

1 comment:

  1. Interesting, Dave. Since I was warning friends in Aug '19 this was coming to hide/blame the Collapse on, I felt it more beneficial to cut locks to play tennis, surf, dive for lobster, and work, daily, rather than collecting unemployment, not paying my rent - or going on a mass-murder spree.

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