Chris Rock debuted his new show “Tamborine” Wednesday night on NetFlix, however many have took to twitter to express their disgust after the comedian jokes about killing white kids in the show.
Rock’s started the show by making fun of law enforcement by generalizing the police as just a group of racists who shoot innocent black children in the street for the fun of it.
“You would think that cops would occasionally shoot a white kid just to make it look good. You would think every couple of months they’d look at their dead n**** calendar and go, ‘Oh my God, we’re up to 16! We gotta shoot a white kid quick!'”
The comedian then started, explaining that he wanted to live in a world with with “real equality” where “white mothers” should also cry about their children being shot dead by police as well.
“I wanna live in a world with real equality. I want to live in a world where an equal amount of white kids are shot every month,” he said. “I wanna see white mothers on TV, crying, standing next to Al Sharpton, talkin’ about, ‘We need justice for Chad.'”
Chris Rock also added “Whenever a cop guns down an innocent black man,”, they call the cop a “bad apple. … Bad apple: that’s a lovely name for murderer.”
In the new show being streamed by Netflix, Chris Rock also talks about the issue of gun control, which he says will “never happen” simply because Americans need the right to hunt,” he said in a mocking tone.
Obviously, Donald Trump was mentioned in the show for some cheap laughs. Rock joked that the crackdown on bullies made Trump president.
“That’s how Trump became president,” he said. “We got rid of bullies. A real bully showed up and nobody knew how to handle him.”
“Trump is so bad he’s going to give us Jesus,” (Whats that even meant to mean?).
Many have took to twitter to blast the comedian for his poor taste of humor that verges on racism.
Chris Rock: “I want to live in a world where an equal amount of white kids are shot every month” he continued “I want to see white mothers on TV crying”.
The anti-white narrative continues. pic.twitter.com/9oI4WCjJT3
— Based Monitored 🇺🇸🇮🇪 (@BasedMonitored) February 18, 2018