Conservative actress, Fox News contributor, and Outnumbered co-host Stacey Dash, best known for her role as Dionne in the Amy Heckerling-directed motion picture Clueless (a box office sleeper hit like no other in 1995), has been under attack for the last several days by not only the mainstream liberal media but also many prominent black limousine liberals for having committed the most heretical, unholy sin. She’s being bashed for lashing out against the black limousine liberal intelligentsia in Hollywood who are stark-raving angry and acrimonious over not having the egalitarian Oscars nominating process because too many white actors are getting nominated and awarded for film acting work in which they do excel, and not enough black actors are not getting nominated and awarded for film acting work in which they fail at excelling. In a nutshell, black liberals are crucifying Dash because of her conservative politics, which includes stating an opinion with which they do not agree – all in the name of political correctness.
This is what Dash said with conservative FN journalist Steve Doocy on Fox News a few days ago:
This is what the ABC day-time talk show The View and its hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sara Haines (filling in for Candace Cameron Bure who was out sick for the rest of the week), Sunny Hostin (filling in for Raven Symone who was also sick for the rest of the week), and Paula Faris said on the ruckus, which they assisted in creating:
This is what gets me everytime about what that demonizing racist on the View said about Dash:
Sunny Hostin: [After Behar makes her comments on the matter] I think it’s the height of hypocrisy that Stacey Dash would say that there should no BET when she had a recurring role on the BET show “The Game.” For one, she was a presenter at the NAACP Theater Awards. Yes, I am talking to you, Miss Dash. She has graced the cover of Jet, Pride, Heart & Soul, Smooth, King? Really, Stacey Dash? I mean, I just think it’s incredible that she would give up her value she had in the first place to pander to an audience that is sort of angry and scared of people that don’t look like them. And she is giving them reasons to continue to be angry. Angry and scared.
Joy Behar: But she needs the job. Maybe that’s why she’s doing it.
Sunny Hostin: If she’s doing it for the dollar, when you compromise your values for money, you know who you are.
Ok, first of all, Sunny Hostin, it is *NOT* the “height of hypocrisy,” as you naively and in a puerile way put it, because Stacey Dash was on “The Game,” a BET show that lasted several seasons on the CW, and then BET picked it up, which didn’t fold on its final season run until August 5, 2015. The CW published its figures for the first three seasons as follows (as shown on Wikipedia):
As one can see, one can deduce that the show was ratings-diving flop. It began its series with 2.6 million viewers, and it swan-dived in its first season, ending with only 2.51 million viewers with a rating share of only 0.9. In total, its first season run was a mess, only securing 2.33 million viewers at the end of the day. It ranked #141 that entire 2006-2007 year.
Of course the show continued for two more seasons sluggishly, but it never got the wide demographic audience of 18-49 for which it was looking. In its third and final season on the CW, ratings dropped astronomically, only having 1.95 viewers watching the show. By May 15, 2009, as you can see, the show’s ratings remained down, this time the viewership being much worse. It had only 1.75 million viewers, who were primarily black if you consider the demographics, but overall, the show never secured a top audience that would have saved it from its doom – that is, in the form of TV cancellation.
Three seasons only on an integrated flag network equals a flop, no matter how you, Miss Hostin, can slice and dice it.
In other words, Miss Hostin, “The Game” was a ratings failure across the board on that network. Why? Because most people have never heard of the show until you brought it up on The View. That’s why.
Here are the ratings for the show on BET:
Two years later, the show ends up on BET. Debuting on January 11, 2011, the show had a strong lead on its opening night with only 3.6 million black viewers in the 3.6 18-49 rating per share demographic; however, that’s still weak despite its aggressively, cutthroat move to launch the new season on its new network.
Trouble followed the show once again. Its viewership began to tank. By March 29, 2011, its overall viewership, which were targeted mainly at a black TV audience, slid down to 4.43 million, only netting a 2.2 18-49 rating per share demographic that showed that this show was not gonna survive long. Although it managed five more seasons on a network that no one really watches (unless you’re a black limousine liberal, and you’re using identity politics as a weapon against your Caucasian counterparts), by season 8, it endured a total viewership of 2.098 million, leaving only a 1.1 18-49 ratings per share. Despite the 16% increase in the season 9 finale that aired on August 5, 2015, as Variety’s Senior Editor Rick Kissell shows it, it had the worst showing of a sit-com that should have remained canceled:
As far as the Nielsen’s ratings are concerned, the show was a flop on both the CW and BET, despite enjoying a strong yet brief viewership boost thanks to its opening fourth season episode.
Yes, Miss Hostin, Stacey Dash had a recurring role on “The Game.” So what? Many black actors had roles on that show. And yet, the rest of American society was unaware of the existence of the show until BET, you, Whoopi, and many other black liberals brought it up.
Big deal. You and all black liberals need a new perspective on life and things. Your old perspective is segregating yourselves from other races known in American life. I mean, are you in favor of a Jim Crow era targeting whites being discriminated because your race was the target of bigots in the South for generations? Is it because you and your race want a race war? Is it because you want a renewed reparations for slavery — that is, white society must be forced by the State at gunpoint (if necessary) to carry the sins of past slavery, a trade with which they had nothing to do except for their American ancestors? Are you someone who enjoys playing the race card like Jesse Jackson, Jr. and Al Sharpton? Really, Sunny Hostin? Really?
So what if Dash was on the cover of all those magazines, the names of which you spouted! How many of each rag’s readers are white compared to blacks? Their readership is predominantly black with whites being a minority. How many white magazine readers have heard of those publications? Again, really, Sunny Hostin?
As for your comments on Dash allegedly sacrificing her value she’s earned for herself by “pandering to an audience that is “angry and scared of people who don’t look like them,” no one – not even anyone in my universe – thinks that way. We are not scared and angry with you. You are scared and angry with whites. When you demonize my race by saying that we hate you because you “don’t look” like us, it is not only the height of arrogance, but it’s condescending, mean-spirited, despicable, ludicrous, and I must say, fucking insulting. Really, Sunny Hostin? Really?
You have no right to decide and determine what Stacey’s self-values are, and what they are supposed to mean to you in the long run. Yes, I’m white, but I harbor no hate of any minority. Any minority who harbors hate toward me is not worth my time.
Here’s the following pic from BET’s Instagram account containing a post that excoriates Dash for her comments on Fox News:
As Dash noted on her blog on Patheos, a faith-based conservative Republican website:
Dash even confirms what I noted and researched.
Even Morgan Freeman agrees with her on Black History Month:
It’s fine that Morgan Freeman speaks out against BHM with Mike Wallace during a 60 Minutes interview some years ago, but when Stacey Dash says it, black limousine liberals whip out their pitchforks and their torches and would love to waterboard Dash if their lives depended on it. That, or burn her black Republican ass at the stake!
Here’s Roland Martin, a black limousine liberal CNN journalist, who dived in on the mess:
Remember we are talking about the same Martin who made anti-gay remarks on his Twitter account, in which he, according to Wikipedia, responded to an underwear advertisement that featured the association football player David Beckham, thus stating:
If a dude at your Super Bowl party is hyped about David Beckham’s H&M underwear ad, smack the ish out of him!
It’s interesting to note that the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLADD) came out with statement, which said the following:
Martin’s tweets today advocating violence against gay people weren’t an accident — they are a part of a larger pattern for Martin. Anti-gay violence in America is a serious problem.
You know what CNN did in response to that prick? They suspended him for it. On March 14, 2012, Martin’s suspension was thus pulled, enabling him to come back to work at CNN. He should have been fired for his homophobic remarks, but he never was. So, as a result, that pathetic network decided to keep in its employ a racist and homophobic douche bag just to placate their black viewers. But that’s not a surprise at all.
How many of those NAACP Image Awards viewers are white compared to their black counterparts?
When it comes to the Oscars controversy, BET suit Stephen Hill with the most racial bias observes:
What we get is a tribal, collectivistic statist group of people, and Hill fits that mold very well, who have no idea what the Oscars are all about. Oscars are about excelling for roles based on movies that most Academy Awards voters have seen, but most of those voters don’t watch every single movie. No one could. No one simply wouldn’t have the time for that.
But these celebrities in Hollywood act as if self-segregation is going to balance diversity with their white counterparts when diversity isn’t on their radar. They just want to whine about the Oscars’ evils of “a lack of diversity” while touting the necessity of self-segregation. It’s not only illogical, but it’s bigoted. It’s racist, and it’s inhuman. Dr. King must be rolling over in his grave by now.
Look at Wendy Williams. Watch her show and see how limousine liberal she and her audience are:
This isn’t about the Oscars’ lack of diversity. This isn’t about Stacey Dash responding to the outcries. This is about black privilege gaining ground in America, because whites are viewed as descendants of slave owners who robbed and mistreated black Americans of their rights to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. This is due to the fact that most black celebrities’ direct their rage and anger against their white counterparts, because whites have “white privilege,” and they must be brainwashed with “white guilt” to see the evils which they brought against minorities. What about “black privilege“? Are Stacey Dash, conservative talker Larry Elder, and Dr. Ben Carson guilty of possessing that? And must they be the new victims of “black guilt” too?
The State loves to pit races against each other, and that’s what creates the stark racial division between us. The War on Drugs. The War on Poverty. The War on Guns a.k.a. gun prohibition. Black liberals have been living in the cave too long enough, sowing the seeds of hatred, anger, and fear. Police brutality needs to come to an end, and blacks need to call for an end on black-on-black crime, which is a very big problem in the inner cities, especially in the streets of Washington, D.C.
Here’s Stacey Dash’s final comments on the matter on Outnumbered:
Dash is a victim of a politically-correct persecution and crucifixion agenda over her comments on the Oscars boycott ruckus. Too many in the Hollywood black liberal communities and blacks across the country have axes to grind. They’re on the wrong side there.
It’s time for this malarkey to end. As Morgan Freeman said it, the way to stop racism in our society “is to stop talking about it and have no Black History Month.”
Freeman also told Wallace: “You’re gonna relegate my history to a month?”