NBC News Claims Outrage Over Dave Chappelle Defending 'Transphobic' JK Rowling ... Based on Three Tweets
Allow me to pull back the curtain and let you into a secret of blogging. Anytime five idiots have the same stupid opinion on Twitter, you can write a blog post. We all do it. I've done it. But I'm also a partisan blogger who can be somewhat of a dick. I've never pretended to be otherwise. NBC News pretends to be "news." They claim the internet is upset with Dave Chappelle citing all of THREE tweets. They couldn't even meet the industry standard.
At issue is Dave Chappelle, known among the 2SLGBTQQIA+ community as a transphobe for telling jokes, defending JW Rowling, known among the 2SLGBTQQIA+ community as a transphobe for supporting women. The biological kind. Here's a clip with what Chappelle said on his most recent Netflix special, The Closer.
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According to NBC News, Twitter is big mad over Chappelle saying gender is a fact, his defending of "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling, and him saying that like Rowling, Chappelle a TERF. A Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminist. Chappelle also made fun of the trans community for making up words.
NBC News sites one Twitter user claiming she used to defend Chappelle, but couldn't anymore. The Twitter user only has 1,034 followers as of this writing.
Another Twitter user with only 203 followers said Chappelle should stop "punching down." That comment is unintentionally funny because Chappelle said the trans community -- that has all of the media and Hollywood at their disposal -- should stop "punching down." "Punching down" is the leftist concept that jokes should only be told about cis white men. One of the two people in this paragraph was using the term unironically. The other person was Dave Chappelle.
Then there was a third Twitter user with a respectable 42000 followers. That person was angry Netflix empowered Dave Chappelle to begin with.
Three Twitter users with next to no following or retweets was enough for NBC News to write an anti-Chappelle piece. Let this be a teachable moment. When you see articles on NBC News, CNN, Newsweek, or elsewhere claiming "internet outrage," this is what the outrage actually is. Three people.
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