elliot-wolf - March 6, 2018
Stacey Dash wants to run for political office because why not? Being completely clueless about politics worked for Hope Hicks in her high position, so Stacey going to take her stab at it. She’s running for Congress in California and believes she’s a shoo-in because she lives in district 44 and is a woman of the people. District 44 in California is the equivalent to district 11 in Panem. Infamous area known for rioting and having a higher concentration of disenfranchised individuals than the other districts. But just because Dash claims she lives in the Compton/Watts area doesn’t mean she’ll win. She’s pretty much been exiled from the entire African-American community after being labeled a “sell out.” If Ranker could list black persons most disliked by other black people Stacey Dash would fall somewhere just below Omarosa and right above Raven-Symone and that guy who held the “blacks for Trump” sign at rallies.
Clueless starlet Stacey Dash is officially running for a congressional seat in the state of California. With the slogan “Dash to DC,” The former Fox News host will run on the Republican ticket to represent California’s 44th Congressional District, which is currently led by Rep. Nanette Barragán.
In some bizarre outreach, Dash is begging for donations via Twitter and she thinks shouting out the Bronx will help her.
Dash is terrible at being a celebrity but would probably make the perfect politician with how often she gets “exposed.” I’m always rooting for more attractive women in office. IIRC Stacey ran for the class presidential election on at least one episode of Clueless and that should be enough to consider her qualified by Californian standards.
One donor said he hated me when I went conservative and followed it with “But then I grew up.” He asked me to help keep us free. Only a woke populace can do that. Thank you for your donation and I’m up against a machine but I’m a South Bronx chick. https://t.co/TKW9zbWlxG
— Stacey Dash (@REALStaceyDash) March 2, 2018
Photo Credit: Splash News
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