On Sunday, Dave Chappelle strongly defended the Second Amendment in front of a Washington crowd filled with stars.
The renowned comedian accepted the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at The Kennedy Center. The Washington Times reported that he delivered impromptu remarks defending the right to free speech and comedians he knows who are supposedly “very racist.”
Chappelle argued that only America “could produce this many comedians”. However, he believes that comedians are needed more than ever due to the tense political climate America is going through.
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