Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Stacey Dash And Her Fox News Colleague Suspended For Cursing On Air And Calling President Obama A "Total Pu**y" (Videos)

Neither Express Regret Over Slamming Obama

Lt. Col. Ralph Peters

Fox News has suspended actress turned on air television commentator, Stacey Dash and political pundit, Lt. Col. Ralph Peters, for going on profanity laced diatribes on air against U.S. President Barack Obama. Dash was suspended for using profanity on "Outnumbered" in stating, "It's ridiculous. His speech was an epic fail. I did not feel any passion from him. I felt like he could give a s**t, excuse me, like he could care less. Peters used profanity as well on the Fox Business Network in stating of Obama, "I mean this guy is such a total pu**y, it's stunning."

Stacey Dash

Is it just me or do those two not like Obama. I'm sensing some hostility there (LOL). They are both entitled to their opinions, but must observe decency standards. People are not allowed to use the words "s**t" and "pu**y" among other expletives, on non-pay channels during respectable viewing hours in America. The FCC monitors broadcasters' content for compliance with rules regarding profanity.

Barack Obama

Fox News released a statement on the incident, "Earlier today, Fox contributors Lt. Col. Ralph Peters and Stacey Dash made comments on different programs that aware 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."


Fox suspends Ralph Peters, Stacey Dash for profanity on air

December 8, 2015 - Fox News has suspended two contributors for using profanity to describe President Obama's strategy for dealing with terrorism. Ralph Peters, a Fox News analyst, called President Obama "a total p___" while appearing Sunday on Fox Business Network to comment on the president's Sunday night speech from the Oval Office.

Stacey Dash, a Fox contributor, said the president didn't "give a s___" about terrorism. Peters and Dash confirmed their suspension on Twitter. "Don't worry, I'll be back," Peters tweeted. "Consequences. Some of us have to pay them. Gladly," Dash tweeted...