Stacey Dash on Obama’s Mosque Visit: The Truth Is—Muslims Are Crucifying People, Not Christians

By Michael Morris | February 5, 2016 | 5:30pm EST
Actress and Fox News contributor Stacey Dash (AP Photo/Charles Sykes/Invision)

In a February 4, 2016 blog, famed actress and Fox News contributor Stacey Dash criticized Obama following his first visit to a U.S. mosque saying, “MUSLIMS are crucifying people. Not Baptists. Not Episcopalians.”

“Here’s the truth: MUSLIMS are crucifying people,” wrote Stacey Dash. “Not Baptists. Not Episcopalians. Terrorists are being recruited from mosques, not synagogues or Sunday School at church.”

The Patheos blog titled, “Obama at mosque shows he’s actually okay with SOME Americans clinging to their guns and God,” does not stop their though.

Ms. Dash says she’s “furious” that President Obama went to a mosque and essentially apologized for Americans “possibly profiling” Muslims.

“This, in spite of the fact that people who belong to that religion are the ones MURDERING INNOCENT PEOPLE,” writes Ms. Dash. “Anyone who is NOT Muslim.”

Stacey Dash went on, clarifying what she thinks President Obama was up to:

“When the President infers that we are racist against them [Muslims], he’s just doing what he does best.


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