Stacey Dash is best known for starring in a 1990s film called “Clueless.” Some people think that this might be a good way to define her political ideology, especially after some of the interesting comments she’s made. Dash, perhaps meaning well, described black people as being uneducated and worthless under President Obama. Somehow, she seems to feel that they would be better off under Bush, but it appears that black people are going to be left behind in nearly any administration until they are able to fight for their rights.
In a recent appearance on Fox, Dash also shared her expertise on the Ebola virus, giving opinions on what medical experts need to do about the scary disease. Maybe instead of using scientists who went to school for more than a decade, they should save money and just hire Stacey Dash to run the organization.
Stacey Dash is certainly no stranger to controversy. Dash’s latest controversial comments come amid a growing Ebola scare here in the United States. The former Clueless actress wants the United States to set up special “Ebola centers” setup in every city in this country.
Stacey made the comments during an appearance on Fox News. According to UPI, Stacey added she didn’t believe they should be letting people to into regular hospitals if they have Ebola. Dash believes regular hospitals are far too likely to allow the disease to spread.
Stacey Dash has a talk show on the right leaning network, and it was here where Stacey made her views known. Dash was hosting Outnumbered, where she and co-panelist Harris Faulkner were talking about the ways the U.S. was falling short of dealing with an outbreak. The U.S. has seen four people come down with the disease and the first U.S. citizen just died.
In addition to wanting these specialized Ebola centers, the panelists said it was finally time for the United States to have an official point person in the Surgeon General. Neither Dash nor Faulkner pointed out the Republicans has been holding up President Obama’s nominee for the position for several months. Stacey and her cohorts did acknowledge this was no longer a political issue and a Surgeon General needs to be confirmed before the situation worsens.