Surprise, surprise! Chelsea Handler got a bunch of men in their feelings about something that has absolutely NOTHING to do with them.
While hosting The Daily Show, Chelsea posted a hilarious video titled "Day In The Life Of A Childless Woman," and many people missed the joke.
The best moments of the video include when she described how she wakes up at 6:00 a.m. and remembers she has "no kids to take to school."
So instead she takes an edible, masturbates, and goes back to sleep.
Then she wakes up again at 12:30 p.m. and gets ready for a busy day of "doing whatever the fuck" she feels like.
Then she flies to Paris just for a croissant and does a "meditation sesh" on the plane since having "no screaming kids" gives her "all the time in the world to become enlightened."
The "weightlessness" of having no children gives her superhuman powers, so she can teleport back home, climb Mt. Everest for a quick workout, and invent a time machine to kill Hitler.
The comedy video is obviously a parody of those insufferable "day in the life" videos on social media, but a lot of people didn't catch that AT ALL.
But nobody was more loud and wrong than talk show hosts Tucker Carlson, Jesse Kelly, and Ben Shapiro.
Tucker came in super hot and bothered with his synopsis of the video. "The point is to make you feel good about being an aging, deeply unlikeable woman who never had kids."
Then Jesse claimed that "feminists like Chelsea Handler" have been "lied to by their society." He thinks the idea of being a "girl boss" and "you can do anything a man can do" is not true, and everybody should know that if they "saw a woman back up a vehicle."
On The Daily Wire, Ben said that Chelsea was "miserable" and "it's written all over her face" how "miserable" she is.
But Chelsea's response to these ridiculously misogynistic takes (from problematic men who shouldn't be speaking on women's bodies) was the best part.
Chelsea starts off by saying she noticed there was "an emergency meeting of the 'receding hairline society' to discuss a comedy video" she filmed. "Why would I even need my own children when I get to hear these crybabies all the time?"
To Tucker, she asks, "Are you really upset about how much freedom I have, or are you upset you haven't been able to take it away from me yet?"
Then she shouts out Ben Shapiro for helping her cause to remain childless. "Who needs the birth control pill when your voice is 100% effective?" she asked. "I don't need a husband, Ben, because I'm in a relationship with myself. And at least in my relationship, someone can get a woman to cum."
And finally, she gives one last shoutout to Tucker saying, "If you want to respond to my triggers, I will be happy to keep putting out videos as long you want. I think we both know you are hate masturbating to me. And I'm down with that."
I get why Cheslea's out here saying ridiculous things because she's a comedian. But, for the rest of these guys who are clearly bothered by an outspoken woman — maybe they should leave the nonsense to the professionals.