I listened to them say naive poor white people things: "Man, Donald Trump's gonna go to Warshington, and he's gonna fight for us".
He released his first two specials in more than a decade with "The Age of Spin: Dave Chappelle Live at the Hollywood Palladium" and "Deep in the Heart of Texas: Dave Chappelle Live at Austin City Limits", both of which were filmed before scoring his Netflix deal, according to Variety.
Chappelle said we've gotten "a lot of trouble out of them" as he recalled a story as he waited in line to vote amid the type of people about which he spoke.
"It's not like I wanted to give him a chance that night", he said. Looked them right in their coal-smeared faces. I didn't see one deplorable face in that group.
While the stand-up special was filmed a while back, it's timely on the heels of the GOP's tax bill being passed on Wednesday. "I saw some angry faces and some determined faces but they felt like decent folk".
I know that rich white people call poor white people trash.
Chappelle is then joined by fellow comedian Chris Rock, who informs the disappointed Clinton supporters that it was clear that Trump was going to win the election due to country's long history of racism.
Expounding on their belief that Trump would help them once he was in office, the comic recalled overhearing a conversation among them while he stood in line to vote, taking this opportunity to shed some light on what Trump's true intentions were.
Netflix surprised audiences today by announcing a second Dave Chappelle stand-up special that will launch on New Year's Eve.
"You dumb motherf-er!" Chappelle says, "he's fighting for me!"