The actress turned conservative pundit and Handler have long been at odds ever since the TV host turned on Dash for supporting U.S. leader Donald Trump, calling her a black white supremacist.
Speaking at Turning Point USA's Young Black Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, October 27, Stacey took aim at Chelsea, stating, "Who do you think you are? The slave master who wants to keep me on the plantation?". I'm sorry, those chains are broken and I'm wielding a weapon. No more plantation thinking."
She then recalled Handler's appearance on a U.S. genealogy show in 2013, when the comedienne, who was raised Jewish, discovered her grandfather had served in the German army during World War Two.
"Her grandfather was a Nazi," she said.
Dash withdrew her congressional bid back in May, after announcing her candidacy for California's 44th Congressional District.
"I started this run with the intention to address the pressing issues in the district where I live," Dash said in a statement. "I hoped, and remain hopeful, that I can assist people living here on the national level. My goal was, and remains, to improve the lives of people who have been forgotten for decades by the Democratic Party.
"At this point, I believe that the overall bitterness surrounding our political process, participating in the rigors of campaigning, and holding elected office would be detrimental to the health and wellbeing of my family. I would never want to betray the personal and spiritual principles I believe in most: that my God and my family come first."