Ugh, Stacey Dash is Talking Again

For those who may have thought Stacey Dash took a hiatus on the social media foolery, think again.

The Fox News talking head has made a return and, during an interview with Entertainment Tonight, shared her thoughts on the controversial bathroom laws that require transgender people to use bathrooms that align with their birth-assigned sex.

Stacey’s solution: “Go in the bushes.”

“Why do I have to suffer because you can’t decide what you wanna be that day?” she said. “It’s your body! So, it’s your decision, right? We all make choices.”

Unfortunately, it gets worse.

“OK, then go in the bushes. I don’t know what to tell you, but I’m not gonna put my child’s life at risk because you want to change a law.”

#StaceyDash goes against #CaitlynJenner and the transgender community. “go to the bushes, to pee” she says.

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Girl, what?!

Currently, Stacey is on a press tour to promote her memoir, There Goes My Social Life: From Clueless to Conservativeand also claimed she’s been blacklisted in Hollywood because of her political beliefs.

“Republicans in Hollywood hide,” she said. “I’m challenging them to stand and have courage. I won’t be scared into submission,” she said in an interview with People.

Uh…we can probably think of a few other reasons why Hollywood hasn’t been blowing up Stacey’s phone.

Case One:
Clueless was a film role. Dionne Davenport was a character, yet Stacey managed to carry on her mentality after the director yelled cut.

Exhibit A:  “There shouldn’t be a Black History Month or BET or NAACP Awards.”

Case Two:

Stacey was fired from VH1’s Single Ladies via the machinations of LisaRaye. How?! She had a chance and she blew it.

Exhibit B: Trouble on set

Case Three: From the awkwardness of Stacey’s (super random) Oscar appearance, it’s clear no one is checking for her–or remembers who she is.

Exhibit C: When a hush falls over the crowd.

Daaaamn, Stacey.

From the looks of things, it seems like trolling is her best route to relevancy.