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Geraldo Rivera Calls Out Orlando Shooting Victims For Not Fighting Back — Watch

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Who says something like this?!

Early Sunday morning marked another tragic event in our country as a man by the name of Omar Mateen opened fire on a gay night club in Orlando, Florida killing 50 — including himself — as well as injuring 53 more.

While we've received quite a few updates and details about the incident — including a possible connection to ISIS — it seems the one thing we could REALLY do without is Geraldo Rivera and the rest of the peanut gallery at Fox and Friends' commentary.

Related: JK Rowling & More Share Personal Connections Orlando Shooting Victims

On Monday morning, Geraldo appeared on Fox News to cover the terrible incident that occurred over the weekend.

We've already heard some awful responses, like Donald Trump's asinine comments about wanting to use more bombs and limit Muslims in our country, but the controversial reporter made sure to cover all the offensive bases Trump missed by suggesting the victims could have done more to protect themselves!

Much like Trump, the Dancing With The Stars alum threw some shade Barack Obama's way before saying:

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Donald Trump Thinks 'Teachers Should Have Guns In Classrooms' — See His (Latest) Ridiculous Comments!

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Another day of The Donald acting like… The Donald.

Donald Trump was on FOX & Friends on Sunday morning — by phone — and the presumptive GOP presidential nominee got on the topic of allowing guns in schools if he were to become president.

Related: Olivia Wilde Says Trump Is A 'Loser' & 'Wouldn't Survive 5 Minutes' As A Refugee!

The Donald is already on the record as being a gun lover, and on Sunday morning, he went for more.

Appearing on the FOX News show, he responded to a moment when the hosts played a Hillary Clinton video by advocating for putting guns in the hands of teachers.

The Donald revealed his absurd idea for allowing guns in classrooms, saying on the show:

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Stacey Dash Claims She & Morgan Freeman Feel The Same Way About Black History Month — & Even Shares A Video To Support Her Story!

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Stacey says she's not alone!

Stacey Dash is not backing down!

After the 49-year-old said on FOX & Friends last week that BET and Black History Month should be eliminated, she got a lot of negative feedback, especially from her fellow celebrities.

But the Clueless alum believes there's one famous figure who has her back… Morgan Freeman!

Related: Stacey Continues To Bash BET!

In a blog post she penned on Monday, the actress explained that she's gotten a lot of hate on Twitter regarding her controversial comments, writing:

"When I spoke out on Fox News and on my blog about the need to get rid of BET and Black History Month, all the same usual Twitter haters came out of the woodwork to troll me and say all sorts of disgusting things about me."

But the scandalized star wanted to point out to everyone who was sh*tting on her that she allegedly isn't the only one who thinks this.

She claimed that the amazing actor feels the same way she does, and that he should also be sharing some of the backlash, adding:

"Well, if you're going to call me ignorant, stupid, and an Uncle Tom, you need to be intellectually honest and also call out Morgan Freeman."

And the FOX News panelist even supplied a video she hopes will support her statement, in which the Shawshank Redemption actor discusses Black History Month with the late Mike Wallace on 60 Minutes, sharing:

"What's that you say? You didn't realize that Morgan Freeman agrees with me that having a Black History Month is actually racist and a part of the problem in healing race relations in America? Well, listen to this interview from years back with Mike Wallace on 60 Minutes."

Take a look at the clip for yourself (below):

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Gabrielle Union Gloriously Shades Stacey Dash After Her Controversial Comments About BET & Black History Month!

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Well said, Gabrielle!

We think this is an AH-mazing response!

Plenty of people have been calling out Stacey Dash after her controversial comments on FOX & Friends. ICYMI, the 49-year-old announced that she wanted to get rid of BET, the NAACP Awards, and even Black History Month!

The ridiculous remarks have garnered a lot of reactions from famous figures, but we happen to think Gabrielle Union's takes the cake!

Related: Stacey Continues To Bash BET!

At Sundance Film Festival on Tuesday, the 43-year-old was asked by the Associated Press about the actress' statement, and the Bring It On alum declared that she wasn't familiar with the Clueless star!

She said:

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Whoopi Goldberg Takes Stacey Dash To School! Watch The View Host Explain EXACTLY Why Getting Rid Of BET & Black History Month Is Wrong!

She's finally saying something we agree with!

Like most of the cast of The View this season, Whoopi Goldberg has spent the last few months saying some pretty controversial things — which may or may not have helped the ratings for the ABC daytime talk show.

To this day she's still sticking up for Bill Cosby for some reason, but luckily we are a united front when it comes to our opinions on Stacey Dash.

Related: Will Smith Joins Jada Pinkett's Oscars Boycott!

As you've probably heard, after the Oscars failed to nominate a single person of color in any of the acting categories this year, Jada Pinkett Smith proudly suggested that her fellow POCs boycott the awards show.

Always the contrarian, Stacey saw this as an opportunity to suck up to her FOX & Friends audience by flipping the situation and suggesting that having events like the BET Awards and Black History Month are just as racist as #OscarsSoWhite.

Thankfully, Whoopi was there to point out that minority communities are important because they're some of the only ways for people to actually learn about their own cultures.

Also, love her for trying, but Paula Faris just looks so awkward trying to prove she knows anything about black history. LOLz!

Ch-ch-check it out (above)!!!

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BET Had The PERFECT Response To Stacey Dash Saying She Wants To Get Rid Of The Cable Network!

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Things are getting shady!

On Wednesday, Stacey Dash appeared on Fox & Friends to weigh in on the lack of diversity in Hollywood in the wake of the all-white Oscars acting nominees.

In her sit down, the Fox News contributor said that in order for the black community to break away from segregation, they needed to get rid of channels like BET and award shows "where you are only awarded if you are black."

Related: Stacey Says Obama 'Could Give A Sh*t' About Terrorism!

The 49-year-old's controversial interview, in which she also called Jada Pinkett Smith's Oscars boycott "ludicrous," was met with mixed criticism — though she did find a sort-of supporter in Donald Trump!

But the best response so far was from BET's Instagram account, who posted a still of Dash guest starring in an episode of The Game — which was, you guessed it, on the Black Entertainment Television channel:

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Donald Trump Talks Stacey Dash, BET, & The All-White Oscars — And Some Of His Comments May Surprise You…

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Is it just us, or is Donald Trump being the reasonable one?!

Everyone in Hollywood is throwing in their two cents about the lack of diversity in the entertainment industry after the Oscars revealed its twenty acting nominees were all-white for the second consecutive year.

Now, the GOP frontrunner is weighing in on the controversy, saying he thinks everyone should be "represented properly!"

Related: Jada Pinkett Smith Responds To Academy President On Oscars Controversy!

Dialing in on Wednesday's Fox & Friends, the presidential candidate said Hollywood's lack of diversity was "really sad" but still dismissed Rev. Al Sharpton's call for a boycott at this year's award show. He said:

"I think it's a tough situation. I think it's really sad. Al is just a guy who wants to get publicity for himself. And I understand him very well."

The 69-year-old then commented on Stacey Dash's interview from earlier in the morning — where she criticized all-black award shows like the BET Awards — and Trump couldn't agree more, saying he "never even thought of it from that standpoint."

Watch the full interview (above) to hear Trump's thoughts on how Oscars host Chris Rock should handle the backlash during the show!

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