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The comedian Dave Chappelle is an equal-opportunity offender—and that’s why he’s so necessary, writes @gerardtbaker 

This right here is why the Left is trying to shut down comedian Dave Chappelle. “Oh, his show is SO boring.” Well, judge for yourself. After you see this, you won’t want to miss his Netflix special

Dave Chappelle's new Netflix comedy special Sticks and Stones continues to get mixed reviews ahead of the comedian being honored at the Kennedy Center. @IkeEjiochi  reports this hour but we want YOUR take. VOTE now @fox5dc  -> #FOX5DC  #realtime  #instapoll 

Comedian Dave Chappelle Isn't Going to Save Netflix

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Comedian Dave Chappelle Isn't Going to Save Netflix

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Dave Chappelle continues to grab headlines for his new Netflix special "Sticks and Stones." The comedian is never one to turn away from controversy. Like It Or Not? @LokayFOX5  @MarinaMarraco  @OhMyGOFF  #FOX5LION 

The Left wants to ‘cancel’ controversial comedian Dave Chappelle because he is not afraid ‘to blow up their piety’ according to Sky News host @pwafork . #Chappelle 

The Babylon Bee Takes on the Fauxtrage Mob's Ridiculous War on Comedian Dave Chappelle - and Wins

The Babylon Bee Takes on the Fauxtrage Mob's Ridiculous War on Comedian Dave Chappelle - and Wins -- via @sistertoldjah  - #ICYMI 

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Comedian Dave Chappelle is hosting a free concert for Dayton, Ohio, to honor people killed in this month's mass shooting and to benefit families and survivors. Chappelle lives with his family in Yellow Springs, Ohio, about 20 miles east of Dayton.

"Poor white people look like black people in the '80s with a different drug of choice," comedian Dave Chappelle tells about the opioids crisis. "We were begging for them to call that crack epidemic a health crisis." Tune into The Van Jones Show at 7 p.m. ET on CNN.

“Good people gotta be louder than bad people,” says comedian Dave Chappelle, who hosted a benefit concert in the wake of the Dayton shooting. "The good ones gotta make some noise. The bad ones are getting too much spotlight."

“Good people gotta be louder than bad people,” says comedian Dave Chappelle, who hosted a benefit concert in the wake of the Dayton shooting. "The good ones gotta make some noise. The bad ones are getting too much spotlight."

“Good people gotta be louder than bad people,” says comedian Dave Chappelle, who hosted a benefit concert in the wake of the Dayton shooting. "The good ones gotta make some noise. The bad ones are getting too much spotlight."

“Good people gotta be louder than bad people,” says comedian Dave Chappelle, who hosted a benefit concert in the wake of the Dayton shooting. "The good ones gotta make some noise. The bad ones are getting too much spotlight."

"I think the rhetoric of (Donald Trump's) presidency is repugnant," comedian Dave Chappelle tells . "We're living in a time where there's gotta be a little more cultural sensitivity." Watch the Van Jones Show at 7 p.m. ET on CNN.

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