Oprah may not be running for president, but there is one black Hollywood “starlet” who’s interested in becoming an elected politician: Stacey Dash.

Even though I know you wanna laugh, the problematic black Republican is actually serious.

Claiming a “number of people” have suggested she run for political office, Dash took to Twitter last week (Feb. 9) to announce she’s mulling the idea of running for Congress in her home state of California. She asked her 564K followers their thoughts and even included a mock political button to seem legit—“Dash to D.C.” or D2DC.

The fired Fox News contributor then responded to a few concerns that may come up during her potential campaign, such as having any skeletons in her closet.

“Everything I am is in my book and public,” Dash wrote, referring to her 2016 memoir. “Nothing they [say] can hurt me with that they haven’t thrown at me already.”

Another user reminded Dash of her 2006 nude Playboy photo shoot. Dash wrote that her kids encouraged her to do Playboy after discussing the opportunity: “If they didn’t have an issue with it, neither should anyone else. #NoShame.”

I doubt anyone is really pushing for Stacey Dash to run for Congress, but even so, she thanked her fans for their support in a short Twitter video on Tuesday (Feb. 13).

“Thank you for all your comments. Now, I have to make a choice. [I’m] praying about it and putting it in God’s hands.”

Dash, a Donald Trump supporter, has faced heavy backlash with her problematic and controversial political stances in recent years. She said the Democratic Party has as “plantation mentality,” suggested transgender people use the bathroom “in the bushes,” and believes we should get rid of Black History Month and BET.

And, of course, she’s part of the “all lives matter” crowd when it comes to the Black Lives Matter movement.

Needless to say, Twitter made it crystal clear that we don’t want to see the Clueless star in politics:

Dash is not backing down. Her latest political comments are in regards to the Parkland, Florida school shooting that killed 17 people. Dash shared her thoughts on how to address and fix the mass shooting issue in the country in a lengthy Twitter thread on Thursday (Feb. 15).

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