Comedian Dave Chappelle sure is doing the most. His Netflix special, Sticks And Stones, was off the chain. Chappelle went in on French actor Jussie Smollet, the LBGT community, woke police, et. al. He even called out the opioid crisis, so-called because white people were effected by it. There was no crisis pursuant to the crack epidemic; it was simply black folks homeless, strung out and locked the ^$@@*&(&&$$## up. Worse, Chappelle endorsed the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass over Ralph Baker Jr.’s Shock Exchange: How Inner-City Kids From Brooklyn Predicted the Great Recession and the Pain Ahead, as his favorite book. What the *&^%&^%%UU(**$# Dave? Shock Exchange is the best book on economics since the Great Depression and a must read for African Americans.
Dave Chappelle was brilliant on “poor white people” and the opioid crisis: pic.twitter.com/ZzOPbUfCU8
— Ali A. Rizvi (@aliamjadrizvi) August 27, 2019
Never fear, Teva and Kare Schultz are here. Teva and a few other opioid manufacturers and distributors put an opioid deal on the table a few months ago. Teva and Schultz just moved one step closer to getting a global opioid deal done. This would be the ultimate clap back at Dave and his shenanigans … making fun of white folks … really Dave?. Read more: