Clueless Crumbled Cookie Faced Stacey Dash Takes Back Her Maxine Waters Comment

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You’re doing horrible sweetie…

Stacey Dash Walks Back Maxine Waters Comment

After being dragged allll the way back to unemployment, Stacey Dash took back a comment she made about Maxine Waters. After the angsty, aged avocado called Auntie Maxine a “buffoon” for her “Black Girls Rock” acceptance speech…

she apparently felt the heat from people mad at her disrespect of the congresswoman. “I shouldn’t name call,” said the aged apple head who added that Maxine’s “not a warrior of truth.”

The gall of this clueless bird is incredible.

She also sent out a message to folks who want her to “act black.”

Hit the flip to see what the deteriorating dust mite had to say for herself.

“Calls for me to “be black, act black” or “rejoin the black race” are endemic of people blinded by the left strategy of self-segregation,” said Dash.

Spoken straight from the Sunken Place. Congratulations, you played yourself.

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Stacey also reposted an article she wrote titled “Maxine Waters: The Woman Behind The Curtain” where she ripped into Auntie Maxine for criticizing Ben Carson.

“Last week, the honorable Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-California) continued to extend her fifteen minutes of fame.

In addition to demanding President Trump’s impeachment, she then walked that back, falsely claiming she never demanded it. She recently proclaimed that she would take Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson’s “ass apart.”

She claimed that a man who grew up in an impoverished neighborhood didn’t know the difference between an immigrant and a slave, and could not help those in the inner city rise above to success. Fact: Secretary Carson did indeed grow up in the inner city and escaped the paradigm of poverty.

Maxine Waters resides in a four million dollar home in a wealthy, segregated Los Angeles neighborhood that isn’t in her own district.
Her district, according to Ballotpedia is 23.6% African-American. The neighborhood where she resides is just six percent.

Pay no mind to that woman behind the curtain.”

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