Stacey Dash is no stranger to controversy. Having previously been suspended by Fox News for her comments on Obama, she has been able to prove over time that she doesn't really mind speaking her mind. Currently 49, she began her career in the entertainment industry as an actress and starred in films such as Moving, Renaissance Man, and Mo' Money in the early 90s.
"It was like when you have to go to a dinner with your parents but you have a party to go to afterwards, that's what it felt like. He was just trying to get through it because he wanted to go to this event afterwards, you know, I did not feel better, I didn't feel any passion from him like you said Andrea, I felt like he could give a s**t. Excuse me."The speech was made during the anniversary of Pearl Harbor and according to her, he couldn't have cared less. The following was her statement:
"He could care less. He could care less. And here we have 14 people dead, today is the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, okay his speech should have had a lot more passion. Where is Winston Churchill when we need him is all I have to say. We are at war, he should have said that. The fact that he said terrorism, we're all excited that he said terrorism, big deal. What is that going to do? Nothing."This is as reported by the Daily Caller. She was also surprised by the fact that he failed to acknowledge the one-month anniversary of the Brussels attacks that led to the death of 32 people after the airport was rigged with bombs.
Just last month, Stacey Dash stated that she was neither a feminist nor a liberal and certainly not a coward. This was while speaking at the Claire Boothe Luce Institute's 2016 Western Women's Summit, which was held in Santa Barbara. The following were her exact words:
"I am not a liberal and I am not a feminist because I am not a coward. I believe that the feminist movement has been hijacked by women who like to blame and, you know, just become victims and instead of taking responsibility for what they want and what they want to do.
There's always an excuse. It's like playing a gender card, and that is something I don't do, and that is cowardice."
"Lewis's assessment is completely proven right with how quickly Goggans ignored the reality of what is actually happening in the Black community. He believes people like Lewis are spending to [sic] much time worrying about 'intercommunity crime,' as he put it, instead of focusing on 'state-sanctioned violence."The Black Lives Matter movement campaigns against violence against black people, mostly targeting violence perpetrated by law enforcement, and generally also fights against racial profiling, and inequality in the United States. Stacey Dash ended her argument with the following line:
"Black Lives Matter is really a racist [movement] by definition — providing a value based on the color of someones [sic] skin is Racist.... PERIOD!"[Image via Twitter]