Actress Stacey Dash said today that President Barack Obama is an “Islamic fascist,” while also saying that black Americans support Democrats because of “21st century Nazism.” Dash, who voted for Obama in 2008, switched her party affiliation and supported the Romney/Ryan ticket in 2012. She has since condemned transgender bathrooms as an infringement on her rights, while also criticizing Obama’s decision to normalize relations with communist Cuba.
In an interview with talk show host Joe “Pags” Pagliarulo, Dash said she voted for Obama because of the pressure she got from the black community. Reputedly, Dash has African-American and Mexican ancestry. “We are more divided now that I’ve ever seen in my lifetime,” she insisted.
Blaming national divisions on Obama, Dash said “Because he doesn’t like the country. He’s an Islamic fascist, I believe. He doesn’t like America.” “They’ve just politicized Islam and turned it into a fascist government.”
Dash predicted that Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, will resemble Ronald Reagan should he win the White House. “But Donald Trump’s going to come along and here comes Ronald Reagan,” she opined. “That’s what’s going to happen.”
Host Pagliarulo asked her why African Americans overwhelming vote for Democrats, such as Hillary Clinton. “The liberal elites own Hollywood,” she said. “And Hollywood dictates the culture of the country. So, as long as they do that, they control the narrative. They control the narrative that is fed to the country. The propaganda.” She went on to say, “It’s like 21st century Nazism.”



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