Actress and Fox News contributor Stacey Dash has already been through some of the hottest flames Twitter has to offer and come out on top, so we’re sure she’ll weather any backlash to her latest tweets just fine.

Democrats can protest Dash’s first tweet all they want, but as for Al Sharpton, he hasn’t done much to endear himself to the people lately. Young activists who had organized and maintained more than 100 days of protests and marches on the streets of Ferguson, Mo., found themselves turned away from the stage by security at Sharpton’s D.C. rally for lack of VIP or media credentials.

Add that debacle to Sharpton’s ongoing tax avoidance and current shakedown of Sony Pictures, and Dash finds herself facing anything but a flame war.

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