Stacey Dash on Obama’s Speech: He Doesn't 'Give a S---' About Terrorism, ‘He Could Care Less’

By Michael W. Chapman | December 7, 2015 | 2:44pm EST

Actress and Fox News Channel

contributor Stacey Dash. (FNC)

Commenting on President Barack Obama’s speech about the radical Islamic terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Calif.,  actress and Fox News contributor Stacey Dash said the speech was “an epic fail,” and made her feel that Obama does not “give a s---“ about the terrorism threat, that “he could care less.”

On Fox’s Outnumbered on Monday, co-host Harris Faulkner said “we’ve been tasked, Stacey, with ‘if you see something, say something,’  but it’s also ‘if you see something, don’t say anything offensive.’”

“Right, it’s ridiculous,” said contributor Stacey Dash. “And his speech was like an epic fail. It was like when you have to go to dinner with your parents, but you have a party to go to afterwards, that’s what it felt like.”

“He was just trying to get through it because he wanted to go to this event afterward,” she said. 

“I did not feel any better,” said Dash. “I didn’t feel any passion from him, like you said, Andrea. I felt like he could give a s---, excuse me, like he could care less. He could care less.”

“Here we have 14 people dead,” she said. “Today is the anniversary of Pearl Harbor. His speech should have had a lot more passion. Where is Winston Churchill when we need him?”

Stacey Dash voted for Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential campaign, but she switched from Democrat to Republican in 2012.

President Barack Obama’s speech on Dec. 6, 2015, about the radical Islamist attack in San Bernardino, Calif., and the fight against Islamic terrorism in general can be viewed here. 

UPDATE: In a statement released on Monday afternoon, FOX News & FOX Business Senior Executive Vice President of Programming Bill Shine said:  

“Earlier today, FOX contributors Lt. Col. Ralph Peters and Stacey Dash made comments on different programs that were 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.”

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