Uh Oh! Fox Suspends Stacy Dash Over Her President Obama Comments
Okay before we even get into what Stacy Dash did, we first have to point out how odd it is that Fox actually finds any negative remark someone says about President Obama offensive. Y’all know Fox is not known as the network that typically backs our President, so you know Stacy’s comments had to be BAD for them to take action…either that, or their trying not to piss off their Empire audience too much…or maybe it’s that fine the FCC might slap them with. Either way, Fox decided to suspend Stacy Dash for the very reason she’s probably on the network as a contributor in the first place- over yet another one of her negative views of President Obama…except this time it included profanity and that is what they say was the real reason for her suspension.
What happened was Stacy Dash and a
Obama hater Fox News analyst, Ralph Peters, both used profanity in their descriptions of President Obama’s recent terrorism speech the other day. Stacy said: “It was ridiculous, his speech was an epic fail…I didn’t feel any passion from him. I felt like he could give a sh*t…like he could care less.” Ralph Peters said he thought President Obama was being a “total pu$$y.”
Now I don’t know about y’all, but I’ve heard far worse accusations and descriptions about Obama on Fox, although there was never any profanity involved. But I guess even Fox has a breaking point and Stacy and Ralph are the examples of that.
Fox senior executive vice president, Bill Shine, was quoted as saying this regarding Stacy’s and Ralph’s suspensions: “Earlier today, Fox contributors Lt. Col. Ralph Peters and Stacey Dash made comments on different programs that were completely inappropriate and unacceptable for our air. Fox Business Network and Fox News Channel do not condone the use of such language, and have suspended both Peters and Dash for two weeks.”
Basically it looks like Stacy was being her usual self- the one who seems to think President Obama is one of the worst presidents to have ever existed and she voiced her opinion about it, so did that guy Peters, which they both have every right to do…but Fox sent them a message similar to what Kevin Hart once said: “You gon’ learn today!”