Former Netflix host Chelsea Handler went on a racially charged tirade on Wednesday versus the white women who selected to vote for Texas Senator Ted Cruz over Beto O’Rourke.

Former Netflix host Chelsea Handler went on a racially charged rant on Wednesday against the white females who chose to vote for Texas Senator Ted Cruz over Beto O’Rourke.

“59% of white females voted for Ted Cruz. I don’t understand what it is going to take for us to be siblings to other women, however we have to do better than this,” Chelsea Handler said.

“We need to elect the best interests of others, and stop thinking only about ourselves.”

59% of white females chose Ted Cruz. I do not understand what it is going to take for us to be siblings to other women, however we have to do better than this. We need to choose the very best interests of others, and stop believing just about ourselves. pic.twitter.com/y2k6KAucr6

— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler)

November 7, 2018 Naturally, Handler has a history of assaulting white ladies for their ballot decisions.

Following the 2016 election, the 43-year-old wrote an essay asking what “sort of a woman”would vote for

Donald Trump. Handler wrote: America is a complimentary nation, and we are free to differ on public law, but what sort of a woman elect a white, entitled abundant guy who has spent his entire life working the system for excess individual profit while insatiably groping unusual ladies for individual pleasure while Hillary Clinton– perhaps the most qualified governmental prospect in modern American history– was standing right there in her pleated pantsuit waiting to raise America up out of its 240-year “winning streak” of male dominance and patriarchy?

Handler, who is white, stated in an interview last month that her “white benefit” makes her feel “extremely gross.”

To prepare for the 2018 midterms, the former Chelseahost promoted ballot by stripping naked and posting a video of herself on social networks.

“You have to vote like your life depends on it! Vote!” she said in the video.

In some way, this pitch did not resonate with enough voters to defeat Ted Cruz.

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