Stacey Dash Stuns Viewers With THIS

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January 29, 2016 2:47pm PST

Over the last few weeks, Hollywood actress and Fox contributor Stacey Dash has been facing attacks for liberals simply because she is defying their race-baiting agenda.

Last week, Dash found herself in hot water when she spoke out against the Oscars boycott. Now, she’s in trouble with Democrats once again…

Actress and outspoken conservative Stacey Dash is continuing to tick off liberals across the country with a new blog post that’s sure to trigger delicate lefties everywhere.

Dash’s post focused on defending her comments about BET and Black History Month being a form of segregation, which as you can probably guess, didn’t go over to well with race obsessed liberals.

Check it out.

From BizPacReview:

“Many of your reactions — saying I’ve sold out to white people –… show you aren’t hearing me,” she wrote.

“Black History should be apart of social studies and history curriculum EVERYDAY OF EVERY MONTH OF EVERY YEAR. Not just 28 days out of 365!!!!” she continued.

Dash asked if people really wanted “the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., Frederick Douglass, and even Barack Obama,” to be highlighted only one month out of each year to constitute the extent of their contributions to the black community.

“Our accomplishments cannot be limited to 28 days. Do not listen to liberals who try to limit you, to put you into a box, to tell you that you MUST believe one way or another, that you cannot think for yourselves, and that the government can ‘give’ you a ‘special month,’” she wrote.

“I am an American and I cannot be categorized or limited by anyone else’s definition of me,” she said. “I can tell by the hysterical reactions that it’s not WHITE PEOPLE who are trying to keep black Americans in their place. It’s BLACK people.”

Here’s how a few classy progressives decided to respond to her rant.

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Essentially, what she’s saying, is that contributions by blacks throughout history should be included in the regular study of the subject in school.

Rather than segregate blacks out, allow their contributions to be viewed as equally important as those of whites by simply teaching them mixed together, as if color isn’t really that important.

What do you think about this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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