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Actress Stacey Dash Files to Run for Congress in California

Conservative commentator and actress best known for her role in the movie ‘Clueless,’ Stacey Dash, has filed paperwork to run for Congress in California’s 44th district.

According to reports, Dash filed paperwork with the FEC website to initiate formation of a candidate committee called “Dash to DC.”

There is also a website that asks volunteers to sign up for the campaign.

The site notes Dash’s unwillingness to toe the Democrat line or participate in groupthink that many African-Americans are told they must follow.

Dash endorsed Mitt Romney in 2012 “and subsequently endured heavy criticism for supporting a conservative candidate,” the site reads.

“She did it again in 2016 when she bucked the Hollywood film industry and supported Donald Trump for president.”

Being an African-American woman in Hollywood means every one of Dash’s colleagues will surely support her in her efforts to run for public office, right? I mean, otherwise, it just means you’re racist and anti-woman, correct?

Just kidding – David Alan Grier got the ball rolling by firing the opening sexist shot at Dash …

Well, at least all of Hollywood will come to her defense, no? Yeah, don’t hold your breath on that one.

Dash is likely not very concerned about such ridiculous attacks. It’s something she’s had to endure before because of her political views.

In 2016, she blasted television channels like BET for giving people awards based solely on the color of their skin, noting it is a double standard.

“If we don’t want segregation, then we have to get rid of channels like BET and the BET Awards and the Image Awards, where you’re only awarded if you’re black,” Dash said during an interview. “If it were the other way around, we would be up in arms. It’s a double standard.”

Liberals mauled her for the comments, calling for her firing and demanding an apology.

But the true cardinal sin for an African-American woman, at least in the eyes of racists and misogynists in the Democrat Party, is that she supported President Trump.

Dash described then-candidate Trump as a “true conservative” who is “strong on national security.”

The President could use a strong conservative in Congress himself, especially one from the liberal cesspool of California.

Would you vote for Stacey Dash if she runs for Congress? Share your thoughts below!