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Transphobe Stacey Dash gets a fitting end in 'Sharknado 4'

Stacey Dash in "Sharknado 4" gets
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You may not be a big fan of the Syfy Channel’s “Sharnado” franchise, but their latest installment has at least one thing that will make you chuckle -- more than just the cheesy special effects and B-movie storyline.

If you have been anxiously anticipating this Syfy original, you may not want to read any further because there are spoilers.

“Clueless” star and conservative spokesperson Stacey Dash appears in the film as none other than fictional Chicago Mayor Sandra Mansfield.

Early last June, Dash made a public statement about transgender people using the appropriate restrooms, "It's tyranny by the minority. Why do I have to suffer because you can't decide what you wanna be that day?"

Liberals might snicker at the character’s ironic demise in the Syfy film which aired on July 30. 

The writers of "Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens" lay heavy on one of the most LGBT inspiring films of all time: “The Wizard of Oz," including an homage to the  Wicked Witch of the East; the tyrannical hag who enslaved the Munchkins until Dorothy Gale's house lands on her, ending her reign. 

Someone had the bright idea to cast Dash in a role that would give her the same fate as the ruby-slippered witch in the 1939 classic.

In the scene, Dash, amid a flurry of man-eating sharks and debris, is running for her life clad in black-and-white striped stockings and red pumps.

Suddenly from above, a giant ranch house crashes down upon her, exposing her legs and feet beneath the foundation just as in the Judy Garland Technicolor classic.

Perhaps Dash's could learn from her character's abrupt end and pay heed to Glenda the Good Witch's warning when it comes to opinions toward the transgender community: "You have no power here! Begone, before somebody drops a house on you, too!'