[VIDEO – Caution Inappropriate Language. Viewer Discretion Is Advised] Two Fox Contributors Suspended After Using Strong Language To Criticize The President

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American Actress Stacy Dash has been an outspoken critic of President Barack Obama, and in May of 2014, became a cultural analysis and commentary for Fox News. 

Though she had voted for the former community organizer in 2008, she switched party affilitations to vote against him in 2012.

Dash made an appearance on show Outnumbered in which she was asked about Obama’s ISIS speech after the San Bernardino shooting. She said,

“It’s ridiculous. His speech was 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 thorough it because he wanted to go to this event afterwords. I did not feel any better. I didn’t feel any passion from him. Like you said. I felt like he could give a s**t. Excuse me. Like he could care less. He could care less. And here we have 14 people dead. Today is the anniversary of Pearl Harbor. His speech should have had a lot more passion. Where is Winston Churchill when you need him?”

Though the former Clueless star was suspended for using innappropriate language by Fox News, she was not the only one to be disciplined after being outraged over the president’s speech.

Lt. Colonel Ralph Peters appeared on the show Barney and Co to give his reaction to Obama speech. Peters expressed frustration at the president’s remarks that American should not give into fear. He called out, “We’re not afraid, we’re angry.” He condemned the president’s inaction against ISIS, indicating that Obama was the one who was afraid. Peters then said,

“I mean this guy is just such a total pu**y, it’s stunning.”

The Lt. Colonel then said that the American people are wanting action against ISIS. He said that this president has done more damage to police officers in the U.S. than he has to Islamist terrorists. He said that he was not interested in the words of the president anymore, that he was more interested in the actions of the president. Peters then apologized again for the language, but said that the sentiment was in agreement with the American people.

As was the case for Stacy Dash, Fox News has suspended Lt. Colonel Ralph Peters as well. Though the two contributors have acknowledged and apologized for their innappropriate language, the suspensions still stand.

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