Co-host Steve Doocy commented, “Out of nowhere, suddenly, you are revealed to be a conservative, somebody who supports Republicans — and people were agog.”
What’s compelling about Dash is that she appears to speak with utter candor about her own experiences. When “Fox & Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade, for instance, asked Dash whether her support for Romney had affected her career, Dash replied, “It hasn’t affected my career. I think that’s wrong as well. Hollywood is about capitalism. And if you make movies and the movies make money, they’re going to make the movies.”
Then she said, “If Obamacare were a movie, they would not make a sequel.” Sign up this woman!
Just last week, Dash was a guest on the highly watchable noontime show “Outnumbered,” and her fans applauded. As for her political bent, Dash has said on Fox’s air that the federal government “should not be a part of everything…I think that you should govern where you’re closest to home so that you can tailor your governing to the people’s needs. But for a big federal government to just throw a big blanket over an entire country and say ‘OK, we’re all a bunch of babies and now we’re all nice and warm and cozy’ is a bit ridiculous.”