Among America’s most celebrated features is the ability of its citizens to cast a vote on matters that are of concern to them.
Yet, in a recent interview, left-wing comedian Chelsea Handler declared that the views held by white men “are pretty irrelevant.”
Handler admits it
“I have, obviously, very strong and loud opinions and I like to share them,” Handler told the publication. “Especially during a time like this, it’s nice for a lot of people to have a female voice out there.”
“And it’s really got me thinking. These conversations happen every couple of years about whether or not I want to return to late-night or I want to return to a talk show, and I just always think of some reason why I don’t want to do it,” she continued.
“I feel like this is a time where it’s so important to be represented and to be representing women and to remind people why it’s so important to be loud and to be strong and to be indefatigable about it and to get up and say something,” Handler stated.
“It gives a lot of people comfort when they have somebody speaking for them — you know, not just a white guy, who I’m sure is on our side, but it’s just different,” she continued.
“There’s really nobody that can experience what it’s like to be a woman other than one of us. So having anybody else comment on that, white men’s opinions are pretty irrelevant,” Handler insisted.
Shunned by high school
Three of the five conservative justices who signed onto the ruling were white men. However, one of them (Justice Clarence Thomas) is Black, while another (Justice Amy Coney Barrett) is a woman.
The New York Post reported that while acting as guest host on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last week, Handler claimed she had been excluded from her high school hall of fame due to having undergone multiple abortions.
“I recently found out that my high school in New Jersey, Livingston High School, is refusing to induct me into their alumni Hall of Fame,” she complained.