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Liberal hatemongers on Twitter attack Stacey Dash for joining Fox News

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On Wednesday, Hollywood Reporter said that actress Stacey Dash joined Fox News. Once word got out, Twitchy added, hatemongers slammed Dash with the usual vitriol many have come to expect from the left.

"Stacey is an engaging conversationalist whose distinctive viewpoints among her Hollywood peers have spawned national debates – we’re pleased to have her join Fox News," said Bill Shine, a network news vice president.

While Shine was happy to see her come on board, many on Twitter were unhappy and unleashed a torrent of hate with profanity-laced tweets, some of which included racial slurs.

"So, Stacey Dash is now with Fox News to offer cultural analysis? the jokes write themselves (sic)," said one of the few tweets fit to quote.

"Stacey Dash. New contributor on Fox News. Somebody please help her get her life," another person added.

A number of leftists called Dash a "turncoat" and a "token." It is not uncommon for liberals to use this kind of language against black conservatives as we have reported in the past. Naturally, race-baiters like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson ignore these attacks.

"Haters gonna hate," Twitchy said. While Dash was attacked by a number of people, Twitchy added, she also received a great deal of support.

"Congratulations on the new gig. Sorry for all of the hate. Some people just suck," one person said.

"Great news! One more reason to watch. @FoxNews," another person added.

Dash, Twitchy said in another post, laughed at the hatemongers while thanking her fans.

"I think I have 'token' and 'clueless' trending today! Yea @twitter! Seriously, thank you all for well wishes," she tweeted. The tweet included a picture of a New York City Transit Authority token, a reference to some of the hate spewed by her detractors.

In February 2011, we first wrote that liberalism, at its core, is an ideology of rage and hate. Liberals prove that assertion true on practically any given day. Dash, for example, was the target of death wishes from liberal hatemongers after a tweet saying she was proud of the "good fight" put up by Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan in the 2012 election.

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