We see you, Twitter.
Clueless star and conservative commentator Stacey Dash has filed paperwork to run for Congress in California’s 44th Congressional District. https://t.co/c0tQFDCWW9
— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) February 26, 2018
Yes, Stacey Dash was in the movie, ‘Clueless,’ but let’s not pretend this isn’t Twitter deliberately using this as a way to insult her without outright doing it. Take it from us, people who write snarky headlines for a living, this was totally on purpose.
— Stacey Lennox (@ScotsFyre) February 27, 2018
All they had to do was put quotation marks around the title of the movie, and they chose not to.
— Polly Karr (@karr_pe) February 27, 2018
Indeed it was.
She's amazing. Of course Twitter hates her.
— Patty Girl 🍀 (@PerspicaciousXY) February 27, 2018
She’s amazing AND she’s a Conservative black woman … WE CAN’T HAVE THAT!
But Jennifer Lawrence is completely believable as the voice of democracy and wisdom for the 2018 election.
I’m sure her experience saving the people from the Hunger Games gives her way more credibility than Stacey Dash.
— Jodi (@APLMom) February 27, 2018
Right? Jennifer Lawrence is some ‘hero’ because she’s giving up making movies to fight for our Democracy.
Even though we’re not a Democracy.
But hey, whatever helps her sleep better at night.
I know whoever wrote this is snickering to themselves with delight, but you’re not clever, it’s poor form being a misogynist even if the woman is a conservative
— Victor Sergey Nikkovich, Bot or Not-a-Bot whatever (@hapkidobigdad) February 26, 2018
It’s not misogyny when they do it, duh.
And you guys are too dumb to quote "Clueless". Do you have 10 year olds running your twitter? I hope @REALStaceyDash wins!
— Optimistic American (@tcotonleftcoast) February 26, 2018
Hey! This editor has a 10-year-old son, and he would write smarter tweets than Twitter moments.
Twitter is clueless.
— BCAC (@ignorancecosts) February 26, 2018