This Deaf Comedian Has an Important Message for Anyone Who Likes to Laugh

“If you’re a good person, it doesn’t matter if you have disabilities,” CJ Jones says in the HooplaHa video below. “It’s all about feeling good about yourself.”

Jones is a deaf comedian and entertainer who’s determined to use his humor to let everyone — people with and without disabilities — know that life is good.

We’d tell you everything Jones has to say, but he explains it best himself. Get ready to smile big.

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