As you may have heard, “All Falls Down” and Clueless star Stacey Dash is running for political office in California’s 44th District. On Thursday, Dash promoted this bid with an appearance on Ari Melber’s MSNBC show The Beat. For some reason, Dash used portions of the interview to defend Trump’s August 2017 decision to conflate neo-Nazis with “very fine people.”
“I think he’s absolutely right,” Dash said when asked about Trump’s comments, which also included his infamous “blame on both sides” preposterousness. “There were two extreme sides, and here’s what it boils down to: our right. They had a right to assemble. Both sides had a right, but they were both extremes. And here’s what I said in the beginning, we have to listen to each other. If we do not listen, there will be no solutions. It’s just a bunch of banter and noise.”
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