Andrew Yang & John McWhorter on Dave Chappelle and “Transphobia” | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)

Published on October 22, 2021

Andrew Yang and John McWhorter join Bill Maher to discuss the uproar over Dave Chappelle’s latest comedy special and the dangers of not adhering to the “One True Opinion” on trans issues.

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  • Nathaniel Long 2 years ago

    Sounds like the NPR person believes in Oreo Theory, meaning they believe Black people must behave in a certain way, or they’re really White on the inside. How racist.

  • Wanda Pease 2 years ago

    Dave Chapelle? Sorry, I saw the number of comments was 666.

  • Living It Up 2 years ago

    Great discussion about this entire mess we’re in with ‘wokeness,’ or whatever labels fit. This accelerating divisiveness cannot possibly end well unless, and until, we collectively actually wake up from this miasma*. [*an oppressive or unpleasant atmosphere which surrounds or emanates from something.; “there was a miasma of despair over this place”]

  • profenliu 2 years ago

    Clicked this video only for Andrew Yang…

  • Wendy PseudOKrican 2 years ago

    If racists justify their beliefs by your comedy, then it’s not good. Your message is not clear. That’s all I’m saying.

  • ƬƦƲƬӇ ƜƛƦƦƖƠƦ 2 years ago

    There IS only ONE Truth.

  • tuseroni 2 years ago

    “Dave Chappell is using white privilege to…” not only did this person not watch the special they don’t even know who he is.

  • Dean Dover 2 years ago

    Trans should compete with trans, its that simple…..

  • Anser Bauer 2 years ago

    “Words have meanings….” Well, yes. And No. Words have usages, which evolve over time. Some words have specific meanings within specific contexts, like in science, medicine and law, but different usages outside those contexts (eg. ‘theory’, ‘stupid’ and ‘discriminate’). It’s untrue to say that the suffix ‘phobic’ must only pertain to ‘an irrational fear or dread’: It’s usage has evolved to be broader than that in certain contexts. That doesn’t mean it is used appropriately to imply ‘disagrees with’, but appealing to a word’s Greek etymology as ‘the only correct usage’ is disingenuous.

  • Conan B 2 years ago

    Andrew yang blacks hate Asians he has no chance in the Democratic Party . Looks dishonest anyway .

  • Vaux Christo 2 years ago

    Oh my god!!


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