Whistleblowers Detail Why Drones Weren't Used at Trump's Butler Rally
Kamala Harris Finally Issues Statement About Pro-Hamas Takeover in D.C.
We Might Have Found a Clue That Points to a Motive for Trump's...
The FBI Director Rehashed a Trump Assassination Conspiracy Theory Yesterday
These Congressional Democrats Are Scrambling to Distance Themselves From Border Czar Harri...
Have You Seen the Aftermath of Pro-Hamas Chaos?
CrowdStrike Actually Gave This to Its Partners as Part of Its Apology Over...
Trump Campaign Demands 'Equal Airtime' in Response to Biden Oval Office Address
Finally, Something Democrats and Republicans Agree On
Harris Campaign Makes Quite the Admission About Project 2025
Creepy: A 'Nonpartisan' Website Just Deleted Some Damning Data About Kamala
There's More to That Kamala Harris Campaign Memo
Here Is New Information FBI Director Disclosed on the Attempted Assassination of Trump
Here We Go: Media Spins That Kamala Isn't Technically the Border Czar
Is Politico Serious With This Headline About the Pro-Hamas Agitators in D.C.?
Tipsheet

Patton Oswalt Apologizes to the Woke Mob for Taking a Picture with Dave Chappelle

Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP

Comedian Patton Oswalt posted a lengthy post on his Instagram account explaining why he committed the "grave sin" of taking a picture with fellow comedian Dave Chappelle, who extreme leftists have been accusing of extreme anti-transgender views by making jokes about the community.

Advertisement

Oswalt said he had not seen Chappelle in a long time and he wanted to take the picture because they have been friends for over thirty years.

"He’s refocused and refined ideas a lot of us took as settled about race & history & Life On Planet Earth and spun them around with a phrase or punchline. We’ve done bad & good gigs, open mikes & TV tapings. But we also 100% disagree about transgender rights & representation. I support trans peoples’ rights — ANYONE’S rights — to live safely in the world as their fullest selves." Patton wrote.

"For all the things he’s helped ME evolve on, I’ll always disagree with where he stands NOW on transgender issues. But I also don’t believe a seeker like him is done evolving, learning. You know someone that long, see the struggles and changes, it’s impossible to cut them off. Impossible not to be hopeful and open and cheer them on," he continued.

Patton added he has felt guilt over cutting off friends with who he couldn't agree on certain issues, which has led him to wonder if that only made them dig deeper into their beliefs.

"I’m an LGBTQ ally. I’m a loyal friend. There’s friction in those traits that I need to reconcile myself, and not let cause feels of betrayal in ANYONE else. And I’m sorry, truly sorry, that I didn’t consider the hurt this would cause. Or the DEPTH of that hurt," Oswalt said.

Despite the apology, some leftists still remained critical of Oswalt's picture.

Advertisement

Join the conversation as a VIP Member

Recommended

Trending on Townhall Videos

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement