Stacey Dash & Oprah: Actress Slams Oprah Over Her Words On Trayvon Martin And Obama

'Shame On You, Oprah'

Stacey Dash has long been vocal with her political opinions. The 46-year-old actress endorsed GOP candidate Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential election, saying Romney was "the only choice for your future." In the months since, Dash has continued to sound off on everything from voter ID laws to military presence in Syria.

This week however, Dash commented on an entirely different issue: Oprah and her recent words on Trayvon Martin and Obama.

The actress took to Twitter to post a link to a Fox News Insider article which slammed Oprah for comparing Martin to Emmett Till and for saying that President Obama shouldn't be "on Fox News every day." Dash tweeted a quote from Malcolm X along with the article, writing, "'If you aren't careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.' ~ Malcolm X." She then went on to write, "Shame on you, Oprah."

Oprah has yet to comment on Dash's words. Take a look at some of Dash's other political tweets below.

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