Two years isn’t a long time chronologically, but it’s an eternity in politically correct dog years.
Sticks and Stones is full of jokes about school shootings, child molestation, and transgender sensitivities.
Chappelle casually swipes at the “#MeToo headache”, LGBT lobbying, “you are never, ever allowed to upset the alphabet people”, and “my money, my choice,” his rejoinder to abortion’s “my body, my choice.” “If you decide to have the baby, a man should not have to pay,” he snaps.
"Dave Chappelle on Broadway: The Joke Is Getting Old," the New York Times whined in July. If anyone knows what old and unfunny is, it’s a 170-year-old newspaper read by aging Upper East Side lefties.