Politically correct left-wing media are writing hit-pieces on Dave Chappelle, after the stand-up comedian and actor made a return to Netflix Monday blasting “cancel culture,” or as he describes it, “celebrity hunting season.”

But their attempt to smear the veteran comic is backfiring.

Chapelle is featured in a new stand-up special, Sticks & Stones, announcing he’s ready to “try some impressions out”.

“This is my impression of the Founding Fathers of America when the Constitution was being written: Hurry up and finish that Constitution nigger, I’m trying to get some sleep,” he jokes, as the crowd uproariously laughs.

He then took aim at the viewers.

“The next one’s a little harder, try to guess who it is: Uh, Duh… Hey, der, if you do anything wrong in your life, and I find out about it, I’m going to try to take everything away from you. I don’t care what I find out. It could be today, tomorrow, fifteen, twenty years from now — If I find out, you’re fucking….duh…finished.”

“Who is that?” he asked. “That’s you! That’s what the audience sounds like to me!”

The segment of society that bans, blacklists and boycotts entertainers over politically incorrect jokes deter him from doing comedy, he explained.  

“That’s why I don’t be coming out doing comedy all the time because y’all niggas is the worst motherfuckers I’ve ever tried to entertain in my fucking life,” he said. “Goddamn sick of it. This is the worst time ever to be a celebrity. You’re going to be finished, everybody’s doomed!”  

The Emmy Award winning comic then roasted what he called “celebrity hunting season.”  

It may not be the right thing to say, Chappelle warned, before admitting he doesn’t believe Michael Jackson sexually abused the accusers featured in HBO’s Leaving Neverland. 

“Michael Jackson has been dead for 10 years, and this nigga has two new cases,” he quipped.

For those who have yet to watch the HBO documentary which details Jackson’s alleged child abuse, “Don’t watch it. … It’s fucking gross,” he said. “I don’t think he did it, but you know what? Even if he did do it … you know what I mean?” he paused, as the audience erupted into laughter. “I mean, it’s Michael Jackson. I know more than half the people in this room have been molested in their lives, but it wasn’t no goddamn Michael Jackson, was it?” 

If the accusers had really been sexually abused by Jackson, he said, “You know how good it must have felt to go to school the next day after that shit?”  

Macaulay Culkin, who maintains he’d never been molested by Jackson or witnessed the singer assaulting anyone, would have come forward by now if the King of Pop molested him, Chapelle said.

 “I’m not a pedophile, but if I was, Macaulay Culkin’s the first kid I’m fucking — I’ll tell you that right now.” 

R. Kelly, on the other hand, is “different” from Jackson because Chappelle is “pretty sure he did that.”

“This guy makes more sex tapes than he does music. He’s like the DJ Khaled of sex tapes,” Chapelle said, before shouting DJ Khaled’s signature phrase, “Another one!” 

Chappelle also took a moment to defend “poor Kevin Hart” who publicly stepped down from hosting the Oscars after a series of his tweets of him mocking gay men resurfaced.

It was Hart’s “dream to host the Oscars,” Chappelle said. “I don’t know what you know about Kevin, but I know that Kevin Hart is damn-near perfect. As close to perfect as anybody I’ve ever seen. In fact, Kevin is precisely four tweets shy of being perfect.” 

“He knows that he will get those laughs when he says that he doesn’t believe Jackson’s accusers, owning the fact that this makes him a victim-blamer,” warns Daily Beast.

Social media users overwhelmingly backed Chappelle, lampooning the liberal outlets for not being able to take a joke.