Stacey Dash is a lot of things, but a butterscotch Ann Coulter she is not. Dash makes that clear in a blog post directed at Anthony Anderson after he compared her to the popular “race-baiting, white-nationalist” during his NAACP Image Awards opening monologue.
“Everybody give a round of applause for Stacey Dash,” Anderson joked. “What the hell is she doing? Doesn’t she know that the Fox network is using her? She’s just an Ann Coulter dipped in butterscotch.”
According to Dash, Coulter would remain a racist whether she was dipped in butterscotch or not. “I am for unity, not division… and I do not condone the sorts of race-baiting that Ann Coulter apparently enjoys,” Dash writes on Patheos.
“I know I say things that cause people to scratch their heads, or to even get angry,” Dash continues, ” But that’s because I want to have a conversation. That’s because I love this nation and I love my brothers and sisters. That’s because I think education is the great integrator,” she continued.
Whether Dash truly loves her “brothers and sisters” is something that a lot of folks are questioning after she argued against Black History Month during a segment on Fox News in January. That being said, comparing her to Coulter may have been a bit of a stretch even for Anderson.