Pose actress Angelica Ross had only the best, most accurate answers when she sat down in the Bustle Booth recently. For the site's Rule Breakers issue, Ross shared life advice and answered a few questions in a handwritten questionnaire. When asked what rule Ross think needs breaking, she wrote, "ASAP... Not being able to indict a sitting president." A whole 2016 through 2020 mood.
Elsewhere in the questionnaire, Ross shared equally powerful answers, including who she finds most inspiring. "I am inspired by cis and trans Black women who stand in their power and truth," she wrote; she also encouraged everyone to follow @TransMarchOnDC on Instagram. Her superpower, she wrote, is "dialogue." In an interview that accompanied the questionnaire, Ross shares that, as a Buddhist, part of her practice is being "able to say what needs to be said, and to have dialogue with people that is not only challenging but also compassionate and respectful."
Back to the indictment, it should be noted that the U.S. Constitution contains no provision that precludes a president's indictment. So Ross, if you're reading this, I'm ready to mobilize on this when you are. Ross 2020? I wouldn't mind one bit.
Read the entire interview with Bustle here.