Watch the Post-Election Saturday Night Live Monologue of Dave Chapelle

Dave Chapelle last graced Saturday Night Live when Donald Trump won the 2016 election

Watch the Post-Election Saturday Night Live Monologue of Dave Chapelle
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In November 2016, when President Donald Trump was elected, people needed a laugh, and Dave Chapelle delivered while hosting Saturday Night Live. In addition to making people laugh, he also wished Trump luck and said “I’m gonna give him a chance. And we, the historically disenfranchised, demand that he give us one too.”


Last night, Dave Chapelle hosted Saturday Night Live again and roasted the President. He said that the President blew his chance. While referring to Herman Cain’s death from COVID-19 and Trump’s recovery, he said “What kind of man makes sure he is okay while his friends fight for their lives and die? A white man.”


During that Saturday Night Live monologue, Dave Chapelle also called out “all white people” for being hypocritical, racist and for failing to see how the plight of white people in the rural area is pale as compared to centuries of suffering endured by Black Americans. He said “Remember what Ronald Reagan used to say about Black people?. That they were welfare people and drug addicts? Who does that sound like now? The stimulus checks, the heroin?”


Chapelle shifted to  act like a cranky, racist white person and joked “The rest of the country is trying to move forward, and these white [n-words] are holding us back!”


In the last two minutes of Saturday Night Live, Dave Chapelle tapped into empathy and offered it to people who some might think do not even deserve it. He said “I would implore everybody who is celebrating today to remember it’s good to be a humble winner. Remember when I was here four years ago? Remember how bad that felt? Remember that half the country, right now, still feels that way.”


At the end of the episode of Saturday Night Live, Dave Chapelle also spoke to “all the white people out there that feel that anguish, that pain, that are mad because they think that nobody cares,” and said “I know how that feels. Everybody does.” He also suggested that people can survive life if they do this: “You’ve got to forgive each other. To find joy in existence, despite that feeling.”


Here is a link to Dave Chapelle’s latest monologue on Saturday Night Live for anyone who does not have a VPN that would help them to bypass the geo-locked YouTube video in Australia. Have fun mates!


The Saturday Night Live monologue of Dave Chapelle