Netflix released a preview of the Chapelle's stand-up special on Wednesday, December 20, the same day that Congress approved Trump's new tax plan, which will introduce a 40 percent tax reduction for major corporations in America.
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"It's a Celebration, Bitches" begins at 9:00 a.m. ET/PT, with all 28 episodes of Chappelle's Show running nonstop and culminating in a Midnight presentation of the seminal Chappelle stand-up special Killin' Them Softly. Evan Valentine reviewed them, saying: "Dave Chappelle is back, rising like a phoenix from the ashes of his self imposed exile, with plenty of insight to share".
'I've never had a problem with white people ever in my life. "We've got a lot of trouble out of them, and I've never seen so many of them up close".
He could be talking about anything, of course, but he's probably addressing current events, including the political climate that pretty much defined every important conversation in 2017. 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". "Poor. He's fighting for me'". Earlier this year, Chappelle also dropped two comedy specials on the same day, "The Age of Spin" and "Deep in the Heart of Texas", which were filmed in LA and Austin.