So much game in a Too $hort rap. Blacks can’t be white and whites can’t be black. Why you wanna act like someone else? All you gotta do is just be yourself. We’re all the same color underneath. — Too $hort

I like actress turned conservative commentator Stacey Lauretta Dash because she represents her people to the fullest every chance she gets and she doesn’t give two figs about what you or anyone else thinks about her.

At 49, she’s only been white since 2012 but that hasn’t hindered her progression in becoming one of the nation’s most outspoken conservative white women.

Stacey cemented her place in white women’s history when she switched her party affiliation from Democratic to Republican and endorsed Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on her Twitter account.

In 2014, Fox News announced that Dash had been hired as a contributor for “cultural analysis and commentary” bolstering her place in history as one of the few white women on Fox who wasn’t born white. Currently, Dash is now a panelist on the Fox News talk show Outnumbered.  We attribute her ascendance into prominence at Fox to her ability to “negotiate better” which Dash says is good advice for women complaining about the gender pay gap.

Never one to disappoint or miss an opportunity to rep her people, Stacey is known for going hard when it comes to politics.  While on-air at Fox she once said that President Barack Obama didn’t “give a shit” during his speech on terrorism. A real trooper and always down to take one for the home team, she took her two-week suspension from Fox in stride.

A staunch advocate for conservative white people, Stacey called for abolishing BET, the NAACP Image Awards and Black History Month.

An avid user of Twitter to communicate to her people or for her people, Stacey quoted Malcolm X when referencing Oprah Winfrey’s comparison of the death of Trayvon Martin to the murder of Emmett Till.

She wrote:

“If You aren’t careful, The newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed And loving the people who are doing the oppressing.”

Never one to break from her party’s rank, Stacey Dash has been quoted as saying that she loves Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and that he’s her candidate.

It’s for all of these reasons and more that Stacey Lauretta Dash is a White Person I ❤️.  You go girl!

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