Yikes! Stacey Dash Gets Viciously Attacked For Supporting Mitt Romney On Twitter

What is wrong with people in America? What happened to the right to freedom of speech and freedom of choice? This past Sunday, October 7, Actress Stacey Dash officially endorsed the 2012 Presidential candidate Mitt Romney through her Twitter account, in few tweets. In response to one particular tweet of Stacey’s endorsement of Romney, many of her “followers” responded with some extremely harsh and unnecessary criticism, disgusting racial epithets and even some calling for her to commit suicide. What the hell are people thinking? Stacey was attacked for her political choice. What made it worse is how people assume because of Stacey’s color of her skin, she is expected to support President Barack Obama. How it that fair? Stacey was later personally contacted by Vice-Presidential candidate Paul Ryan through a phone call. During their conversation, Congressman Ryan thanked Dash for supporting the Romney-Ryan campaign ticket and told her she was brave for coming out the way she did. However the abuse that Stacey’s receiving is really unacceptable and appalling. Watch a recent interview with Stacey below…

After experiencing a horrible wrath and fury on Twitter fueled by racially explosive language, Stacey evoked Martin Luther King Jr. this past Tuesday, October 9, during an interview with Piers Morgan on CNN (seen above), to explain why she’s supporting Mitt Romney for President. Stacey posted this tweet, “Vote for Romney. The only choice for your future. @mittromney @teamromney #mittromney #VOTE #voteromney,” along with a photo of herself with an American flag.

Piers was being a douche bag and introduced Stacey as “the most controversial woman in America” because “she had the audacity as a black actress to vote for Mitt Romney.” Stacey said that everyone is entitled to their own opinions and she only used her platform to exercise her “First Amendment right as an American citizen” to say publicly who she was voting for. Stacey told Piers Morgan the reason why she picked Romney, “I chose him not by the color of his skin, but the content of his character.” She elaborated showing resolve, “I don’t feel offended. I just feel that, you know, as a country, this is my choice. This is the man [Romney] I want to lead my country.” However, Stacey said that getting bashed on Twitter had “saddened and shocked” her. She also said she really doesn’t understand why her tweet caused such an uproar. But plenty of Twitter users also came to her defense.

When Clint Eastwood showed his support for Romney at the Republican National Convention with his empty chair speech, no one said a word about it and Pres. Obama even jokingly replied with a tweet saying the chair was already taken. Did anyone tell Eastwood to go kill himself? No, they didn’t. Stacey isn’t the only one in Hollywood who has voiced their support for Romney within the last few months.

Back in September 2012, well known actor Chuck Norris posted a YouTube video on warning Americans not to re-elect Pres. Obama. Chuck said, “Our great country and freedom are under attack, we’re at a tipping point and possibly our country as we know it may be lost forever if we don’t change the course our country is headed. We know you love your family and freedom as much as Gena and I do. And it is because of that we can no longer sit quietly or stand on the sidelines and watch our country go the way of socialism or something much worse.” Chuck quoted former President Ronald Reagan as saying that “freedom is never than one generation away from extinction.” Further expanding on Reagan’s words, Gena added that, “You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children this last best hope of man on earth, or we will sentence them to take the first step into 1,000 years of darkness.” Actors like Jon Voight, Jerry Bruckheimer, Jeff Foxworthy, Kid Rock, Cindy Crawford and Ted Nugent are among several celebrities that have endorsed and/or donated to Romney’s campaign.

As for other African-Americans who feel obligated to only vote for Pres. Obama simply because he’s black man. Stacey advises them to do their “homework” and educate themselves about both candidates, “Do your homework. Look at your country. Think about the next four years of your life. Also, look at Mitt Romney’s track record. As a CEO, he has excelled. As governor of Massachusetts, he did quite well. And listen to what he says, I believe him and I believe he deserves a shot.” Ironically, Stacey is a former Pres. Obama supporter who had voted for him in the 2008 elections, she told Morgan that she decided to switch parties after seeing Romney on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” Romney also said he would not get rid of every aspect of President Obama’s health care reform law. Read the full transcript here.

This intelligent and successful black actress speaks out and all hell breaks loose. I am still wondering why? It appears the Democrats and Republicans will throw fire bombs at anyone who doesn’t agree with them, until they all snuff themselves out. If you don‘t agree with any of the parties then you’re the enemy and you must be destroyed. It’s just crazy. We are all NOT going to agree on whose the best candidate. I really wish more intelligent actors and people in the public eye would stand up for what’s right and not be afraid to endorse Romney-Ryan 2012. Bravo to you Ms. Dash! Good for you for supporting whatever person you feel is right for the job. I can name three major reasons right now, why I personally refuse to vote for President Obama.

First, is the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Second, is the super secret NWO style Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) world take over. Last, is the CISPA like Cybersecurity Executive Order. But I know my choice and reasons are not going to be liked by many people and I am cool with that. I am also not going to smear those who want to keep Pres. Obama for a second term, cause it’s not cool. What do you think about the harsh criticisms Stacey received. Were they fair? Please share your thoughts, comments and opinions about this topic down below…


  1. Stacy says:

    I saw this the other day and it really made me sad. That was completely unfair to attack her like that. (or anyone for that matter who shows a different view point)

    I watch people post things on twitter and on facebook, always in support of Obama. And if anyone should dare to raise a question or make a statement against Obama, it's total war. To me, this is bully mentality. We are NOT allowed to have our own views, or opinions any more. I personally don't like Obama, I just don't trust him. I have a gut feeling he is hiding something.

    That aside, I for one will not be bullied to vote for someone who consistantly points fingers, without acknowledging some faults. In fact, if I was on the fence before, watching the Obama bullies of the world of late, anyone BUT Obama will do. He and his posse are propetuating hate in the world. Don't believe it? Then support someone other than Obama, and watch the rath of hell that is unleashed on you.

  2. @undefined says:

    And Republicans were

  3. @undefined says:

    Supposed to be the racists and intolerant right?

  4. kkkk says:

    The fact is, it really doesn't matter who's the president, he's only a puppet, which makes the whole fighting and bullying even more ridiculous.

    • Joann says:

      I agree with you on that. The President, no matter who it might be, does not have absolute power so there is only so much he can do to change things and the issues we really would like to see changes to benefit the citizens n will never happen to the degree that we want them to even if Romney was elected

      With that said, Stacey Dash can vote for whomever she wants to. It's her right to vote for her choice just like i's my right to vote for mine. Some people need to grow the fuck up.

    • Totally AGREE with you on that statement. In the end the Electoral College chooses who the President will be and we really have nothing to do with it. All of this fuckery for the last 2 years is just for show. But I will still vote anyway… SMH

  5. sheriff says:

    I started reading and then I saw her tits.

    she get's my vote.

    Wait, I don't vote.

    You can choose a ready guide in some celestial voice
    If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice

  6. @undefined says:

    I was literally disgusted by Stacey Dash's treatment. There was far worse than people let on, including murder requests on Stacey's mother, her children… just… sickening. I have my own reasons not to vote for Obama, the above are several but the sheer divisiveness he has perpetuated not only on the right but within his own party is downright damning to me. Just like Ol' Joe and his sniggered when discussing Iran and the death of Ambassador Stevens, it broke my HEART to hear Obama's campaign and Obama say that Benghazi was only an issue because Romney/Ryan made it to be one when a mother was just on TV begging Obama for answers at the murder of her child. I'm a mother, I can't even IMAGINE. Yes, there are puppets – but the reality is, even if they were merely puppets, the whole world sees our President as a representation of our people.

    Obama is a terrifying representation. I'm tired of this stupid race card being played for guilt votes, I'm tired of coming with logical arguments and true facts and figures from Library of Congress and CSPAN airing actual commentary and saying because I dare look at facts and true records, I'm a racist. THAT is what Obama is doing to our country. We are so divided now that apparently people feel comfortable telling Miss Dash they want to rip her head off and pee down her throat (and I'm being NICE in phrasing it that way) simply for her vote.

    Who's the REAL group that wants to stop people from voting? Hint: It's not the Republicans.

    But I still stand with ANYONE who will stand with me in deriding stupid name-calling for EITHER party and if all any one person has to defend themselves with is "Libtard" "Teabagger" and "Repuglican" – then they are partially responsible for the downfall of our country in these elections.

  7. yomama says:

    LOL! You know the only reason she got contacted by Romney and Ryan personally is because she is an attractive woman. If it were say…..Cheryl Underwood…her phone would have remained silent. I don't agree with her treatment and I respect her political views. However this controversy has breathed some life back into her career.

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