As we reported on Monday, FOX News suspended two of their more popular news contributors for expressing the same kind of outrage millions of Americans are feeling against treasonous Obama following his presidential address on Sunday.
First, badass retired Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Peters, a military expert who appears often on the “fair and balanced” network to give opinion on military and foreign relations matters, called Obama “a total pussy.” while appearing on the Fox Business Network to comment on Obama’s Sunday night presidential address that was dominated by rhetoric condemning America for discriminating against Muslims.
Next, FOX News contributor Stacey Dash, a conservative black actress, was suspended for dropping the unadulterated truth bomb that Obama didn’t “give a sh*t about terrorism.”
Dash called Obama’s presidential address, the first he’s given since 2010, an “epic fail.”
“His speech should have had a lot more passion. Where is Winston Churchill when we need him?” Dash asked the panel on the FOX News program Outnumbered.
Setting aside the fact that FOX News for years allowed former contributor Bob Beckel to spew f-bomb after f-bomb on live TV with no punishment, a clear double standard, Stacey Dash responded beautifully to her two-week suspension handed down by Fox senior vice president Bill Shine.
Dash gave a powerful nine-word response on Twitter following her suspension, stating, “Consequences. Some of us have to pay them. Gladly.”
Consequences. Some of us have to pay them. Gladly.
— Stacey Dash (@REALStaceyDash) December 7, 2015
Needless to say, Dash’s fans ate up her defiant stance against political correctness:
— — Bonk — (@BonkPolitics) December 7, 2015
But of course, one leftist, anti-free speech Obama worshiper didn’t think FOX News went far enough in suspending Stacey Dash:
@REALStaceyDash haha. bout time you had consequences for spouting hate. you honestly should have been fired.
— Eric Vaughan (@OpenIntro) December 7, 2015
In case you missed it, below is the segment that that led to the suspension. Fast forward to the 5:30 mark to skip ahead to Stacy Dash’s comments:
h/t: Western Journalism