Liberals everywhere are still coping with the fact that Donald Trump is the President of the United States. There was even a time when they needed to go to their safe spaces to process their loss in November. In fact, they’re still in denial.
And liberals constantly need to be reminded of this denial because they’re so disillusioned as to what America could be if it wasn’t for the globalist perspective they unapologetically rally around.
And that’s exactly why Chris Rock had some hilariously sage advice for the former First Lady when it came to her distraught over Trump’s victory.
The Wrap reported:
“The Chris Rock recently learned an important lesson: never give advice to Michelle Obama if you’re Chris Rock.
On a Tuesday night ‘Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ appearance, Rock described going to the White House for the final President Obama party before his term ended.
Rock was invited along with other black influencers and celebrities, such as Beyonce, Jay-Z, and Stevie Wonder.
‘It’s like I died and went to black heaven,’ he observed.
He recalled ending up alone at a table chatting with the former First Lady.
‘I’m not really supposed to be alone with Michelle Obama,” he remarked. “That’s not really my lane. I don’t know how to talk politics.’
Rock says at one point, Obama said, ‘I don’t know what we’re gonna do. The country… I don’t know, I don’t know what’s gonna happen. This is such a crazy time.’
That’s when he offered her some positive advice. ‘And I go, ‘You’ll be ‘aight.’”
Post Trump’s victory, Dave Chappelle hosted Saturday Night Live and appeared in a sketch with Chris Rock echoing this same sentiment.
The tone of the sketch was that white liberal America is completely aloof when it comes to how they perceive the country and its voters. The scene was set as a political Democrat victory party where all the white liberals were in denial about the course of events that fateful night.
And when one of them made a toxic joke saying, “I think America’s racist,” upon coping with the election results, Chapelle and Rock reminded them that they really don’t get it and don’t see “white people” like they do.
They were essentially saying that white people live in a bubble. But despite the ignorant joke about Trump’s victory being a racist vote, it was far more about the liberal experience in America.
It was the wine and “what I heard was” that defines just how departed they are from reality.
The Wrap concluded:
“‘You know, you’ll get any kind of job you want,’ he continued. ‘I mean, ‘The View,’ ‘The Housewives of Atlanta.’… And Michelle Obama looks at me like, ‘I was talking about the country. I wasn’t talking about me. I was talking about the country.’
Fallon can barely control himself (more than usual anyway).
‘I’d never felt so stupid in my life. It’s like my GED flared up,’ Rock added.
He said that Obama went to talk to Oprah, leaving him to look for new companions”as dumb” as him. ‘Where the athletes at?’ he said.
Rock described the rest of the party, which included performances from Wonder and Herbie Hancock.
‘It’s a bunch of black people dancing our asses off — it’s amazing in a place that slaves made okay… black people enjoying the White House, man. Just amazing.’”
The liberal hysteria right now is, “How did this happen?”
But the reality is it happened. Get over it.