Controversial comedian Dave Chappelle offered his audience a profane and unusual take on abortion in his newest Netflix special, "Sticks & Stones."
In a clip of his special posted by Netflix, Chappelle — who is known for challenging today's woke culture and not caring what critics on the left or right thing of him — began his abortion riff declaring, "I'll be real with you, and I know nobody gives a f*** what I think anyway. I'm not for abortion."
At that an audience member cheered. To which Chappelle replied, "Oh, shut up, n*****," adding, "I'm not for it, but I'm not against it either."
He then touted the usual lines most pro-abortion advocates spout about the right to abortion and the "my body, my choice" worldview that claims an unborn child is nothing more than a clump of cells.
To make sure he had the audience on the hook, he emphasized the pro-abortion crowd's demand that men should not have a say when it comes to abortion, that it is really an issue only women ought to be allowed to debate and determine.
"I don't care what your religious beliefs are or anything," Chappelle said. "If you have a d**k, you need to shut the f*** up on this one. Seriously. This is theirs."
"The right to choose is their unequivocal right," he continued. "Not only do I believe they have the right to choose, I believe that they shouldn't have to consult anybody, except for a physician, about how they exercise that right."
"Gentlemen, that is fair," he noted.
After getting what was apparently a largely pro-abortion crowd — especially the women in the audience — to cheer his recitation of pro-abortion talking points, Chappelle went for the roundhouse.
Because what's fair is fair.
"Ladies, to be fair to us, I also believe that if you decide to have the baby, a man should not have to pay. That is fair," he said, which received significant laughter from the men in the crowd.
"If you can kill this motherf***er, I can at least abandon 'em," Chappelle stated.
"It's my money, my choice," he added, ripping off the "my body, my choice" mantra of the pro-abortion movement, which earned him some groans and oohs from the audience.
Then he offered a line that just might have caused an everyday abortion supporter to pause:
"And if I'm wrong, then perhaps we're wrong. So, figure that s**t out for yourselves."
(Content warning: Extremely rough language):