Conservative actress blasts anti-faith critics’ mockery of ‘Moms’ Night Out’ family values

Actress Stacey Dash took to Twitter on Monday to offer her own evaluation of film critics’ negative reviews of the movie “Moms’ Night Out,” a family comedy that portrays women in conventional roles.

Panned for being “sexist,” critics are aghast that the film is faith-friendly. Never mind that eighty-five percent of those who saw it gave the movie a good review on Rotten Tomatoes.

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An example of a critique, as provided by

“Mainly, you have to wonder why [main character] Allyson doesn’t just hire a nanny, find a job and get out of the house. Ah, but this is a Christian movie, and once it stops pelting an audience with comic incident, it begins preaching.”

Dash tweeted about the hypocrisy of “pro-choice” critics who expose their own brand of sexism, as captured by Twitchy:

Here is a clip of “Moms’ Night Out,” just to give you an idea what the fuss is all about:

Twitchy noted that Patricia Heaton, star and executive producer of “Moms’ Night Out,” celebrated the joys of being a mom in a Mother’s Day tweet that included a heart warming video:


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