Comedian Dave Chappelle, who hosted “Saturday Night Live” a few hours after the election called to support President-elect Joe Biden, opened his monologue by reflecting on his great-grandfather. is a slave.
Chappelle said that after his great-grandfather was released, he devoted his life to education, Jesus and freedom for the Negro. The comedian mentioned his relationship as he said he had been thinking about him all day when the election was called, hoping his ancestors could see how well his great-grandson did in business program.
“If he could see me now, maybe he would say, this —- has been bought and sold more than I ever had”;, he laughed for a sharp start but a little pensive. The comedian used the word N at least twice more in a performance aired uncensored by NBC.
Chappelle’s appearance on the first “SNL” show after the 2020 election – which did not include a joke about Biden – was reminiscent of his hosting contract four years ago, when he helped rub Liberals worried about a Trump presidency after the New York Entrepreneur has beaten Hillary Clinton.
“I’ll give him a chance,” the comedian said of Trump at the time.
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Four years later, Chappelle seemed less inclined to give the president another chance but sympathized with disillusioned Trump supporters.
That didn’t stop him from mocking the president.
“Now Trump is gone,” said Chappelle, before joking about Trump’s response to the coronavirus, saying when he heard the president call it “Kung-flu,” he told himself: “You’re racist clan, the funny son of a b– -, “added,” I have to say that, not you. It’s wrong when you say that. “
He also recalls when Trump pondered the effects of an antiseptic if it was injected in some way against the virus.
“The Secret Service will have to protect the White House right now,” he joked. “He’s trying to drink bleach!”
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Chappelle said that when Trump got coronavirus, news organizations reported everything about it except that it was “hilarious”. He compared it to Queen’s late singer Freddie Mercury with AIDS.
“Nobody likes, ‘How did he get it? ”Chappelle said.
He added that Trump had a “good wellness plan” that actually picked him up from his home by helicopter to take him to the hospital. And after returning from the hospital, Chappele joked, Trump “walked right in the house and killed four more people”.
The comedian also compared Trump’s telling Americans not to let the virus “take over your life” to someone eating burgers at a homeless shelter, telling people Homeless people don’t let hunger dictate their lives.
“What kind of man makes sure he’s okay while his friends fight their four lives?” he asked angrily, referring to the death of former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain from the virus and former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie during his time at the ICU.
Regarding the election, Chappelle told the audience it was good to be a “humble winner”, reminding them of when he hosted his first “SNL” after Trump’s 2016 victory.
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“Remember how bad that feeling was?” I said.
To any white person in a troubled country who feels that no one cares or that the police officers are mistreated by the community they serve, he said, “I feel good. how does that feel?
He added that while some people hate others because they feel like no one cares for them, he said: “I don’t hate anyone, I just hate that feeling.”
And just like Trump’s call for calm after the 2016 election, the comedian emphasized forgiveness four years later.
Associated Press contributed to this report.