While the vast majority of America’s millionaires and billionaires are out-of-touch coastal elites, a tiny group is steadily moving to the right.
For example, Elon Musk, who is really leading a campaign that has been spearheaded by the working-class people of this country, and Dave Chappelle just made some interesting comments on the “woke” left criticizing Musk’s recent appearance on Saturday Night Live.
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Chappelle is protesting against the left, claiming that “no one can be “woke enough” for them and denouncing their methods of bullying people for merely expressing their opinions.
Elon Musk, Dave added, is a wonderful person who doesn’t deserve the criticism he’s getting for simply supporting the people’s will.
During an appearance on Joe Rogan’s podcast, Chappelle said that while he respects people’s desire to promote a good cause, he opposes woke strategies such as bullying people.
“No one can be awake enough, as you said,” Chappelle said. “I’m torn because I admire a strong fighter, but I’m more interested in tactics. You’re not going to nag people into doing anything they don’t want to do.
In truth, even if you’re right, you’ll be difficult to hear if you keep speaking in this tone.”
When Chappelle met Musk, he described him as “incredibly kind.”
“I mocked him about being the wealthiest guy on the planet, and he laughed it off,” Chappelle said. “It’s funny, I used to hang out with him after I left ‘Chappelle’s Show… We were on a tour bus together, and he said to me later that night, ‘I knew you before.’ ‘Well, I have no memory,’ I say. He seemed to be in pain.”
Musk’s presence on “Saturday Night Live” was defended by a number of celebrities, including Dave Chappelle, who was not the only one to defend him after some cast members reportedly were so angry that the show’s executives allowed them to skip his appearance. Michael Che and Pete Davidson, among others, defended his guest-hosting job in the days leading up to the appearance.
The left has become the party of the wealthy, so it’s understandable that they’re bashing Musk for merely promoting a new source of wealth for ordinary people, but credit to Chappelle for standing up for him.