Skip to comments.Stacey Dash discusses her life with Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson on his web show.
Posted on 07/15/2018 5:26:17 PM PDT by Mozilla
Social media is exploding with people sharing stories of how they "walked away" from the Democrat Party. In the era of #WalkAway, this episode of TheFallenState TV is more timely than ever. Tune in as host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with actress, author, conservative commentator, and 'Clueless' star Stacey Dash. Jesse asks Stacey about her rough upbringing, hailing from the South Bronx, and then rising to the heights of Hollywood fame. Stacey speaks candidly on her parents' drug addictions, being sexually abused, and the tremendous discipline it took to get out of the Bronx and into the charmed circles of the Hollywood elite. Stacey explains how her entire world changed when she tweeted her support for presidential candidate Mitt Romney in 2012, and how she was one of the first black celebrities to publicly #walkaway from the Democrat plantation. Jesse and Stacey exchange stories of what happened to them once they renounced their liberal beliefs. Plus, there is plenty of talk about President Trump, Kanye West, and Stacey's story of faith and forgiveness. Plus: What is Stacey looking for in her future husband?? Tune in for a very heartfelt, honest and entertaining interview!
Bttt. I’m a long-time fan of Rev. Peterson.
The headline (I assume wrongly) suggests that Ms. Dash is living with Rev. Peterson. Mind those prepositional phrases!
Plus: What is Stacey looking for in her future husband??
My, but she is so beautiful.
Thought the same thing, even though I knew better
I used to listen to his radio program, when I was home more often. He had fun with it.
I did same thing LOL...and I have listened to him on Hannity. I should of known better.
It’s the writer. It needed to say, “On Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson’s web show, Stacey Dash discusses her life.”
I thought this was absolutely fantastic. It’s one thing to hear a black person articulate the case for conservativism, but these two were totally in sync with each other, which allowed them to really take the discussion to some wonderful, deep places. Kudos to both of them!
I met Jesse at two events in L.A. years ago. One an anti illegal immigration rally in’96 and a minute man rally in ‘05. Nice guy. Check him out on newsmax.
We've got rules around here...
She’s not guilty, your honor.
Great interview. Can’t wait to see her movie.
The two of them: survivors and thrivers!
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