As if the “dab” wasn’t already dead and buried under the ground, it is now officially vapor mist. Calif. Senate candidate Loretta Sanchez busted the move out at debate earlier this week.
At the end of a heated debate between Democrats Loretta Sanchez and Attorney General Kamala Harris [thanks to California’s “jungle” voting system, there is no Republican candidate], the two politicians started cutting each other off and going past their allotted time for final remarks. But it wasn’t what they said that drew attention from people watching. It was Sanchez’ punctuation.
At the end of her time, she followed in the steps of Hillary Clinton and attempted to do the dab.
Her opponent was not amused and threw shade by replying, “So there’s a clear difference between the candidates in this race.”
This is not the first time a politician has hit the dab, how can we ever forget the tragic event where Hillary Clinton tried to do it.
This isn’t the first time Sanchez has made a fool out of herself either. Back in 2015 she went before a group of Indian Americans and let out a Native American war cry. Again, she went in front of Indian Americans, as in people who have roots in India, and performed an “Indian” war cry.
She said, “I am going to his office, thinking that I am going to meet with a “boo boo boo boo” Right? … because he said Indian American.”
So yeah, she essentially confused the “red dot” with “feather” as Jay Z once rapped about on “Girls, Girls, Girls.”
Pay attention to who you vote for folks.