See how feisty Stacey Dash burns the jerk who called her ‘Ann Coulter dipped in butterscotch’

“Black-ish” star Anthony Anderson took a cheap shot at outspoken conservative actress Stacey Dash during his opening monologue of the NAACP Image Awards on Friday and it didn’t take long for the Fox News host to fire back.

Anderson called the 49-year-old Dash “Ann Coulter dipped in butterscotch” and said “the Fox network is using her” before imploring her to “come back to the black people.”

Dash blasted Anderson on social media saying he was acting like a “little girl.”

Watch Anderson take the shot below.

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Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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12 thoughts on “See how feisty Stacey Dash burns the jerk who called her ‘Ann Coulter dipped in butterscotch’

  1. If it was possible to stop black people from killing (except through the long arm of the law), it would have been done a long time ago. That’s not a solvable problem except by law enforcement. As for what Stacey Dash said, the vitriol coming her way has been self-equated because of the false claim of racism she made.

    1. Capt_Morgan says:

      I have theory about the urban gun violence. If you were to eliminate urban gun statistics from the equation, the USA would be safer than Finland. Which would not make for a very good argument against gun ownership.

    2. freedomringsforall says:

      With all due respect (and i mean that sincerely because i have looked over some of your posts and agree with just about everything you say) i sort of disagree with your main two points of this comment.

      Point one;
      “If it was possible to stop black people from killing (except through the long arm of the law), it would have been done a long time ago.”

      I certainly understand your dismay because if you take Africa as witness of how the greatest concentration of blacks on the planet have interacted for thousands and thousands of years it has forever been a history of black on black racial genocide.
      It is hard for most people (even blacks) to understand pure racial genocide via black on black violence but if people would take the time to learn the history and hear the problems from the African’s own mouths anyone will see clearly that that is what has been going on in Africa for thousands of years.

      The only thing that temporarily subdued it was the European colonization.
      Then as the colonization was ended by negative world opinion the genocidal slaughter started up again.

      But —
      All that said the Africans are now starting to realize that they do not want the old ways of constant pillage, rape, slaughter, and enslavement and have been getting more serious about change and are managing to slowly change that cycle of violence.
      One of the major flies in that ointment though is the influx of the influence of violent Islam.
      It is a horrible shame that just when the African nations are starting to get the shi_- together (with black rule) then Islam has to come along and disrupt the party.
      Unfortunately i agree with the one national leader that stated that if islamic jihad takes one of ours we will take 100 of theirs.
      Unfortunately i wish all the African nations would take that position.

      My basic point being that even though the blacks of Africa have had thousands of years of black on black genocidal rape, pillage, slaughter, and enslavement they have of recent been making strides away from that even under black rule.

      I believe that the new strides towards peaceful negotiation in black self rule in Africa show that even the long history of thousands of years of violence is learned not inherent.
      So, i do not think that blacks cannot stop killing of their own accord.
      I think it is a learned trait that can be “unlearned”.

      The reason i stated i sort of disagreed is that your point of “the long arm of the law” may be an important temporary aid but i do believe that the seeming inherent violence with the black race is only a learned trait.

      Point two;
      Stacy Dash certainly made a racial statement but i don’t believe she made any racist statement.
      I agree with her base premise.
      If blacks do not want segregation then why do they continue to segregate themselves.
      And if whites segregating themselves into white communities in the past was “racist” then why isn’t it that when blacks segregate themselves into black communities “racist” now.

      Stacy asking why segregate if you think segregation is racist is not racist.
      For certain blacks to claim the right to segregate is racist at least it used to be when whites did it.

      So, all Stacy is doing is asking which is it ?
      Do you want segregation or do you not want segregation.

      I truly believe that Stacy’s point is on the side of Martin Luther King’s philosophizing and Gandhi’s and all the peace and harmony historical leaders in the sense that if you don’t want racial segregation then don’t racially segregate.

      Or if you want racial segregation then don’t castigate an other race if they do also.

      What if there were a white commentator on BET and they said the same thing to whites that if you say you don’t believe in segregation then don’t segregate the entire black community would be cheering them instead of castigating them.
      But if a white comedian got up at a “white” awards celebration (which of course there is no such thing) and said those black people are just using you come back to your people.
      OMG that person would be run out of town on a rail and Baltimore and other cities would probably go up in flames.

      For blacks to be segregating and promoting that segregation as good is 18 degrees against MLK’s ideals.

      So, while Stacy’s comments were racial dealing with a racial issue they were not racist.

      That comedian’s comments were racist.
      He said fox is just using you come back to your people.
      They have the right.
      And that the awards program is to promote “black” achievement.
      That is all racist not racial — promoting the black race and no other.
      I was sad to hear his remarks because i like his acting a lot and i can’t ever remember hearing him be racist before.
      It really disappointed me.

      Part of the problem with actors and artist like these being political or pontificating on issues of the day is that they may be great at creating fanciful creations for us to be entertained in the theater or on a media but as far as dealing with the reality of the serious real issues of the day i think they often fall short just because they are specially tuned to create fanciful creations to entertain.

      For anderson to not understand a very basic childish concept that if you don’t want someone else to do something then you should not do it either —- well there has to be something fundamentally errant with his reasoning.

      If he disdains white segregation then simple child’s logic should tell him he should also disdain black segregation.

      Praise God!
      Long Live the Republic!

  2. John Campbell says:

    Looks like a rather racist shot at her as well. Did anyone call him out on that?

  3. Corky Willis says:

    NAACP, “We Be So Discriminated Against”, Awards

  4. malaka_eneuresis says:

    What’s this, fat black guy wearing an undershirt with a choke chain ? Maybe should act his age; oh he is acting his age.

    1. Sunshine Kid says:

      Not his age; his IQ – in single digits.

  5. joe1cr says:

    A A, Has all the intelligent logic of an amoeba.

  6. LittleRoot_48 says:

    Black Thugs Matter! What a creepy “thuggish” image those guys portray. This is why I refuse to watch the NAACP “Image” Awards program. I don’t need to watch it to know what their “image” is.

  7. Mike says:

    Watching NAACP “Image [that’s so funny]” awards is like watching an old Tarzan movie minus the big caldron to boil the white man.

  8. This is the pressure all minorities face, do I stay loyal to the people keeping me down or do I blaze my own path? Stacey Dash has chosen the later. At the end of the day, she has a job at FNC, he doesn’t. Seems to me she’s the winner.

  9. Patriot2016 says:

    I used to like Anthony Anderson but he has become incredibly arrogant and obviously racist.

    Thank you Anthony for saving me time from watching your show “Black-Ish”

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