Dash, a staunch conservative, made time to slam Handler during a speech at Turning Point USA’s Young Black Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C.
As reported by New York Post, she recalled when Handler called her “a black white supremacist” on her Netflix talk show in September 2017.
“Who do you think you are? The slave master who wants to keep me on the plantation,” Dash said. “I’m sorry, those chains are broken and I’m wielding a weapon.
“No more plantation thinking.”
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For the people who think voter suppression is fake news. Fake news is code for ‘I’m a racist and I know I can’t say that.’ https://t.co/Vtbgjp9ptt
— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) October 28, 2018
The newly-married Dash also doesn’t want Handler to ever forget that her grandfather had a Nazi past. The comedian discovered in 2013 after appearing on a TLC show that her maternal grandfather had served in the German army during World War II.
Dash’s 40-minute speech to young conservatives wasn’t complete until she attacked former President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
“I have never seen a president show more weakness on the world stage,” she said of Obama, adding she had voted for him in 2008 only to become disappointed.
“Lock her up,” Dash twice said of Clinton.
The “Clueless” star also questioned gender nonconformity.
“Right now the kids are being taught other things, like there are 50 different genders,” she said. “You’re a man or you’re a woman, whatever you want to do after that … but we have two genders.”
Her speech came after Trump addressed the Young Black Leadership Summit on Friday.
It is my great honor to be with so many brilliant, courageous, patriotic, and PROUD AMERICANS. Seeing all of you here today fills me with extraordinary confidence in America’s future. Each of you is taking part in the Young Black Leadership Summit because you are true leaders… pic.twitter.com/lIlZBxKjuG
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 26, 2018
A lot of people are jealous of you,” he said at the White House to the Young Black Leadership Summit. “And jealousy’s a very bad thing. It’s mean. It’s nasty. But people that are jealous, they never make it, you know? They’re jealous, they never make it.”
Trump also told the summit — organized by the conservative student group Turning Point USA — that some people think his campaign slogan “America First” is racist.
“Racist?” Trump said. “Why is that racist? Does everyone in this room agree? You’re living in America. America First, right?”
He later added: “You’re Americans and the future belongs to you,” Trump said. “You’re great Americans.”