April 28, 2015

No one ever accused this woman of being very bright. Someone needs to fill the former Clueless star in on the fact that yes, there were people beheaded when George W. Bush was president, because none of her co-hosts on this Monday's Outnumbered were going to do it.

Here's what Dash said while discussing George W. Bush's remarks attacking President Obama over the Iranian nuclear negotiations at Sheldon Adelson's little shindig over the weekend.

Fox’s Stacey Dash: No One Would Have Been Beheaded Under Bush:

Outnumbered guest host Stacey Dash said Monday afternoon that no one would have been beheaded under a George W. Bush presidency.

Dash’s comments were in reference to a report Monday that Bush criticized Obama’s foreign policy, the first time he has been known to done so. In his remarks to the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual meeting in Las Vegas, Bush reportedly said, “Just remember the guy who slit Danny Pearl’s throat is in Gitmo, and now they’re doing it on TV.” Pearl was a Wall Street Journal reporter who was captured and murdered in 2002 by Pakistani militants.

Moments after cohost Andrea Tantaros invoked Pearl, Dash made her comment about nobody being beheaded under Bush.

“When George W. Bush was president, the most important thing to him was not to be liked, but to be respected,” she said. “And you better believe no one would have been beheaded when he was president.”

Pearl was in fact beheaded, and an execution video was released. His death has even been cited as having catalyzed the practice, leading to its use by ISIS today. Read on...

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