Liberal comedian Chelsea Handler believes that white men collectively “owe” the world an apology for their “unfair advantage” in society.
“Men can be so disappointing,” Handler said during an appearance of “Full Release with Samantha Bee” last week.
“I know it’s not all men, obviously, I have to keep saying that, which is so annoying. My brother says, ‘Chelsea, not all white guys are bad.’ Well, you are for even saying that. Don’t even say that,” she told the show’s host.
“No one is saying all white guys are bad. We’re saying there are enough bad ones out there, that as a collective, you guys owe us an apology,” Handler continued.
The podcast’s far-left host simply agreed with the statement, and Handler went on to explain why society’s white men need to ask for forgiveness.
“The pattern of behavior [of white men] in our culture, it’s not your fault, but you have to recognize that you’ve had an unfair advantage, and that women have had to pay the price for that, period,” she detailed.
“It’s like when a white person is arguing about racism, as if they have any idea what the impact or effect is … your opinion is irrelevant,” she claimed.
This isn’t the first time Handler has called on white men to apologize. Last year, she panned the victims of cancel culture who have refused to express regret about their actions.
“The people that aren’t apologizing need to understand why they need to apologize, and actually address the issue head-on instead of trying to get back in under the door,” she commented. “All you have to do is say you’re sorry and mean it. Why’s that so f**king hard?”
Handler said that white men are the most likely offenders and the least likely to apologize. “Why’s the f–king party over? We can’t rape you guys anymore? You gonna tell on us?” She chided.
She also advised them to keep their mouths shut when it comes to the subjects of sexism and racism.
“If you’re a man talking to a woman about sexism, or if you’re a white person talking to a person of color about racism, the only responses are ‘Thank you,’” Handler remarked. “‘Thank you for telling me, thank you for spending your time explaining this me and I’m sorry I didn’t know better.’”