Tomi Lahren isn’t right about a lot of things. She’s also prone to meltdowns when she is. But on Wednesday, as Trump supporters stormed the Capitol, some people dug up tweets that proved just how wrong she was. Back in early November, after the election but before the presidential race was called for Joe Biden, the far right commentator had a prediction:
“If @realDonaldTrump were to lose (he won’t) his supporters will go to work tomorrow just as we do everyday,” Lahren tweeted on November 3. “When Biden loses, his ‘supporters’ will likely loot and riot. Tells you everything you need to know!”
Well, for starters, Donald Trump did lose. But got something even more glaringly wrong: She thought it was Biden supporters who would loot and riot. What happened instead was Trump supporters attempted to stop a joint formality in which Congress amasses each state’s certified election results and officially declares the winner — in this case, Joe Biden.
Things got ugly quickly. Armed Trump supporters ran amok inside. Members of Congress were forced to flee for their lives. Someone was reportedly shot and killed. Eventually — some two hours too late — the National Guard were called in. In short, whatever Lahren fantasized Biden supporters would do was nothing compared to what Trump supporters actually did.
And so social media came for the Tomi Lahren of only two months ago, to show how she was more wrong than usual.
But there was more! People dug up another tweet from around the same time, in which Lahren predicted this: “No we aren’t going to loot or riot, but we are for damn sure going to keep fighting! You’re not gonna steal this so brazenly.”
That also got torched.
And then there was the Tomi tweet from the summer, during the Black Lives Matter protests, which never got close to devolving into the kind of mess still happening.
In short, Tomi’s probably mad
But she actually wasn’t. Instead, she tweeted through the terror unfolding in Washington, making bad false equivalencies instead of acknowledging that she is just wrong.
So what’s the latest on that shiny new border wall that Americans were ‘promised?’ Well, as of yet no new sections have been built on the Mexican border, almost two years into Donald Trump’s presidency. He has had great difficulty securing the vast sums of money needed from Congress, many of whom believe the Trumps’ wall to be the most expensive, yet least effective way to deter illegal immigration.
In typical fashion, Trump has taken it badly. Threatening to shut down the government in order to get his way, negotiations have stalled over a request for $5 billion in funding for the border wall. But wait, wasn’t Mexico supposed to be happy to pay for it anyway? And what about priorities like health insurance, education, and infrastructure? Things that affect the real lives of millions of Americans every day?
Fox News contributor and sycophantic Trump cheerleader Tomi Lahren believes that a thousand-mile symbol of hysterical fear and insularity trumps all of these things. “$5 billion spent on a wall will be the BEST $5 billion taxpayers EVER spent! Build the wall. Secure the border. America FIRST!” she tweeted optimistically.
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Enter ‘Little Miss Flint.’ After seeing Lahren’s tweet about the wall, Mari Copeny, an 11-year-old girl, was understandably indignant. She decided to challenge Lahren’s assertion that the wall is the best use of taxpayer’s money, and proceeded to deliver a savage comeback that showed an eloquence and maturity well beyond her tender age of 11.
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The 11-year-old from Flint, Michigan, has become well known for her bright and passionate activism, having been directly affected by the water crisis in her city. When she was just 8 years old she wrote a letter to President Obama speaking out for the children of Flint, who have been badly let down by their country. The fact that the self-proclaimed ‘greatest nation on Earth’ could allow its children to be poisoned due to the negligence of a such a basic service is a scandal, and proves that there are more urgent priorities that need to be addressed!
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People were quick to praise the smart kid for her response; because any rational person knows that ensuring a clean water supply for citizens might just be a more pressing concern than Trump’s vanity project. However, as we know, there are a lot of less-than-rational people out there.
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Even when challenged by a troll who told her that as a kid she should ‘stay in her lane,’ the young activist hit the mark with a savage roast once again, leaving people wondering who the real ‘kids’ are here. Because while Mari might only be 11 years old, she has shown herself to be far more grown-up than the people needing to build walls around themselves to feel ‘safe’ and, dare we say it, the President himself.
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Tomi Lahren is an American television and online conservative political commentator known for her talk show Tomi on The Blaze. In 2016, she gained national attention for her conservative commentary on the 2016 United States presidential election, most notably through the videos of her “Final Thoughts” segment which spread widely on social media.
Lahren first hosted her own show, On Point With Tomi Lahren, on One America News Network beginning in August 2014. There, she began drawing attention following her commentary on the Chattanooga shootings and commentary in which she countered the idea that Republicans are old rich and white by pointing to prominent Democrats, saying, ''Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden. Old, rich, white, and if the pantsuit fits … male too?''
In August 2015, she did her final show with One America News Network and in November of that year began her show with The Blaze. Here, she introduced her "Final Thoughts" segment, which became particularly popular on social media. One of her first segments to draw national attention was her "Final Thoughts" on the Colin Kaepernick National Anthem Controversy, aired in August 2016 (shown below).
On November 30th, 2016, Lahren appeared on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah for a 26-minute interview segment (shown below).
While Noah attempted to listen and reason with her, critics noticed that Lahren dominated the segment, reiterating her opinions without regard for Noah's objections. This led to a divided reaction among liberals. Some praised Noah for his candor in the face of Lahren's obstinance, while others criticized him for allowing Lahren's viewpoints to reach their widest audience yet.
The Blaze Suspension and Termination
On her March 17th, 2017 appearance on The View, Lahren claimed that she was pro-choice (shown below).
In the appearance, Lahren says:
“I am a constitutional, y’know, someone that loves the Constitution. I’m someone that’s for limited government. So I can’t sit here and be a hypocrite and say I’m for limited government but I think the government should decide what women do with their bodies. I can sit here and say that, as a Republican and I can say, you know what, I’m for limited government, so stay out of my guns, and you can stay out of my body as well.”
Lahren's comments clashed with earlier statements she made on her Blaze series. "The pro-choicers are supposed to be about rare and safe abortions. That's how they avoid sounding like straight-up baby killers," said Lahren. ""Then we have Lena freakin' Dunham out there wishing she could have murdered a fetus."
On March 18th, 2017, Lahren tweeted a defense, and one day later, Glenn Beck, owner of The Blaze and Lahren's employer, responded (shown below).
Beck continued to call her "intellectual honesty" into question on the March 20th installment of his radio show. "If you’re pro-choice, you can have a job at TheBlaze," said Beck. "I don’t hire people who are sycophants or don’t have my opinion." Later that day, Beck suspended Lahren for one week. Lahren responded to the suspension on Twitter, receiving over 9,000 retweets.
On March 26th, 2017, The New York Post reported that The Blaze had permanently banned Lahren from their network.
Lahren is known for her controversial, conservative stances on issues, particularly issues of race. She is most known for being anti-Black Lives Matter, and many critics have called her racist, which she disputes. Some critics have even gone so far as to call her "White Power Barbie" and "the next Ann Coulter."
On May 19th, 2018, Tomi Lahren and her mother, Trudy, were accosted at a Minneapolis restaurant by a group of women at the restaurant. After an argument, an unknown person threw a glass of water at Tomi.
On May 21st, Twitter user @aVeryRichBish posted a short clip of the water throw taken from Jasmine Kohler's Snapchat story. The post was captioned, "Whoever threw this drink at Tomi Lahren, thank you." The post (shown below) received more than 6,100 retweets and 15,000 likes in two days.
They responded added to the thread with a video of a man screaming "Hey, fuck that bitch" as Tomi spoke to a bouncer at the restaurant. The video was captioned, "Whoever the guy is that cussed her out, I hope you're having an amazing day." Within two days, the post (shown below, right) received more than 5,600 retweets and 16,000 likes.
Online, people debated about the water throw, with some saying that they feel no sympathy for Lahren and others claiming that that is not an effective form of debate. Comedian Kathy Griffin tweeted, "I couldn’t disagree more with @TomiLahren, but I don’t think it’s cool to resort to physical actions to make your point. The first amendment is a beautiful thing – use it." The post (shown below, left) received more than 300 retweets and 2,300 likes in 24 hours.
Twitter user @Scout_Finch tweeted, "Really hard to find one ounce of sympathy for Tomi Lahren while she's building her reputation and brand centered on racism and generally being a mean girl." The post (shown below, center) received more than 625 retweets and 3,500 likes in 24 hours.
On May 23rd, President Donald Trump expressed his support for Lahren on Twitter. He said, "Everybody is with Tomi Lahren, a truly outstanding and respected young woman! @foxandfriends." The post (shown below, right) received more than 10,000 retweets and 54,000 likes in less than 24 hours.
Over a series of two tweets, Lahren tweeted, "I’m tough and I can handle it. My hope is that we as a country don’t have to resort to this nonsense over political differences[…]I appreciate the words of support- even from those who normally dislike me. Free speech is a gift- no need to resort to that kind of attack. I’ll discuss the restaurant incident on @foxandfriends tomorrow morning."
On May 23rd, Twitter published a Moments page on the reaction to the water throw.
Lahren is very popular on social media, with over 486,000 Twitter followers and over 3.8 million Facebook likes.
On January 9th, 2017, Twitter users began retweeting old Tomi Lahren tweets from when she was a college student. Some of the more popular tweets, some of which Tomi Lahren has since deleted, featured her talking about partying using the hashtag "#popthatp" (short for "pop that pussy"), while in others she complained about summer school and working for her mom.
On January 3rd, 2017, rapper Wale released a song called "Smile" in which he mentioned Tomi Lahren, mistakenly calling her "Tammy Lahren."
That day, Tomi tweeted "So if you're gonna put someone in a song…diss 'em.. perhaps get their fricken name right next time @Wale". The next day, Wale responded "Ok Tammy" in a tweet that gained over 172,000 retweets and over 301,000 likes. It also spawned a brief Twitter trend in which people called Tomi Lahren other names that began with T. The moment was covered by SelectAll.
One of the most popular tweets regarding the incident was tweeted by @bboothie, showing the character Tammy from Bob's Burgers, a middle school reporter from an episode in which the character Tina acts as an investigative journalist, and Tomi Lahren, captioned "i now see how wale got confused." The tweet, shown below, gained over 32,000 retweets and 67,000 likes.
Tomi Lahren Logic
As Lahren grew more popular, Twitter users began using images of her face during one of her "Final Thoughts" segments to make outlandish political statements in parody of Lahren's style. Around this time, an edited image of Lahren to make her mouth look especially large also began appearing with these types of jokes. The Daily Dot covered the spread of these jokes on January 10th, 2017.
"Obama Created Festivus" Hoax
On December 23rd, 2017 an image began circulating on Twitter which made it appear as though Lahren was claiming Barack Obama created "Festivus," a fake holiday famously introduced on Seinfeld, in an effort to distract people from Christmas (shown below).
The following day, she posted a series of tweets scolding other Twitter users for sharing the image (examples shown below).
Later that day, Seinfeld2000 took credit for creating the photoshop by showing a screenshot of the image in photoshop (shown below). The image and Lahren's reaction were covered by Uproxx and The Daily Dot.
On August 22nd, 2018, Twitter user @pattymo posted a video of Tomi Lahren giving her "final thoughts." However, ignoring her comments, @pattymo tweeted, "Didn’t know it was possible to be this mad in one of those hats." The post (shown below) received more than 2,500 retweets and 28,000 likes in two days.
Shortly after, @pattymo and others began captioning a screencapture from the video of Lahren with her hands raised. That day, @pattymo tweeted the screen shot, "When the rosé isn't chilled." The post (shown below, left) received more than 1,200 retweets and 10,000 likes in two days.
Throughout the day, people continued to caption the photo with various mundane problems.
The following day, the website someecards published a list of the most popular tweets.
"Our Place" Photoshops
On October 25th, 2018, The Hollywood Reporter tweeted about the Fox News streaming service with a photograph of Tomi Lahren in between the words "Our Place" (shown below). They captioned the tweet, "Fox News unveils launch date and price for new streaming service."
That day, reporter Parker Molloy posted a verison of the photograph with the words removed. She then posted a photoshopped version of the image. She captioned the latter, "tfw the table next to you got their food first even though your table ordered before them." The post received more than 200 likes in 24 hours (shown below, left).
Over the next 24 hours, people began posting photoshops of the image, placing Lahren in various situations and expressing the criticism that Lahren and Fox News share a racist bias.
That day, Uproxx published a report on the photoshops.
On December 18th, 2019, Lizzo retweeted her "IM🍑MENT" tweet saying "This aged well…" (shown below, left). The tweet gained over 51,800 likes and 4,500 retweets in a day. That same day Lahren, responded by saying, "Well @realDonaldTrump is still your president. Truth hurts. #KAG2020" (shown below, right). Her response accumulated over 13,100 likes in a day.
The next day, Lizzo tweeted, "The only thing that hurts is this country is divided by hatred fueled from people like you.. why don’t u do better and give ya boy some advice on telling the truth, he’s gonna need it" (shown below, left) which garnered over 58,800 likes and 5,000 retweets in a day. Finally, @TomiLahren tweeted, "Hatred? This whole witch hunt was fueled by hatred from the Left, from those who can’t stand the fact the country is soaring under this president. You don’t have to like or support @realDonaldTrump but win by voting in 2020, not attempting to nullify the 2016 election" (shown below, right). The tweet received over 5,900 likes in a day.
As of January 10th, 2017, Lahren is 24 years old. She grew up in Rapid City, South Dakota, and attended UNLV, which she graduated from in 2014.
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Fox Nation’s Tomi Lahren Has A Problem With Men Of All Political Persuasions, Airs Them Out On Video
Conservative pundit Tomi Lahren has several issues with men and claims it’s something that all of her friends experience.
Departing from her normal political shtick, which she airs on Fox Nation’s First Thoughts, Lahren took the video route to shout out her problems with men in a rant.
Calling herself a “woman of value” and applying that tag to her friends, Lahren tongue-lashed the games men play and the fact that they’re not appreciative of women like her.
“It will be a cold day in hell before I chase a man,” said Lahren, who moved from Los Angeles to Nashville last spring after calling off her engagement to soccer player and one-time California 33rd District Congressional candidate Brandon Fricke.
“We have all dealt with men who treat us like we are not good enough.”
She asked men to be consistent and to make plans, among other items.
Watch the video for the rest of the advice.
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Tomi Lahren is a mystifyingly popular 24-year-old conservative pundit who hosts a web show for the Blaze. She’s taken on Colin Kaepernick, Beyoncé, Meryl Streep, appeared on The Daily Show, and been written up by the New York Times. But perhaps the best thing about Lahren is the fact that people on Twitter refuse to use her given name.
Ever since rapper Wale called Tomi “Tammy,” Lahren’s replies have been filled with people who don’t know her. Select All rounded up a few of our favorites.
Ok Tammy https://t.co/TmO2ztMKNe— Wale (@Wale) January 4, 2017
Meryl Streep got you lit there Twizzler— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) January 10, 2017
Gosh darn it you are so on fleek Taxi— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) January 11, 2017
dammit why is tambra in her feelings— Todd M🍁 (@ThisIzTodd) January 4, 2017
toothpaste could do so much more than just hate on ppl, but instead toothache continues?? pic.twitter.com/y3dyrkiqAQ— pretty P 🦋💙 (@_paolaisabela) January 12, 2017
it's okay tortilla we're good— 𝔇𝔢𝔳𝔦𝔫⚡️ (@C0UXPER2) January 12, 2017
damn tapioca you were wild— BLOOM🌺 (@grigiogirljo) January 10, 2017
@TomiLahren Why is Terry so mad.— Molly Knight (@molly_knight) January 4, 2017
We don't care Tony Laryngitis— Tina Nguyen ♡ (@RiceRiceBabii) January 12, 2017
Tapanga needs to get over herself. Always crying abt something.— Unfriendly BlaKK Jocer (@_KWAT20) January 4, 2017
Guys! Stop talking about Tessa! She has feelings too...— 🌻just another farmgirl🌻 (@Maizysgrrrl) January 4, 2017
Yeah why is Tracy so upset?— Chaz (@ChazSurette) January 4, 2017
I have been waiting for this all day Tamperingeritocaranation!!— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) January 12, 2017
@Reyconfidant @mchapelc TABITHA .............— pretty P 🦋💙 (@_paolaisabela) January 12, 2017
Let's not Toupee— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) January 11, 2017
calm yourself Tamborine— stin🧼 (@AustinTheSauce) January 11, 2017
[email protected] But Tanya, you've never worked a day in your life— Can you ever just be whelmed? (@realkweensavage) January 11, 2017
Ok Toby Lungfish— Ryllie (@RyllieDanylko) January 12, 2017
@[email protected]@Cosmopolitan good one Tatonka— XhiskyD (@XhiskyD) January 12, 2017
And, our personal favorite, Toyota Lasagna
You're twenty-four. You're a millennial, Toyota Lasagna.— Jacks 🌟 (@MonsterousJacki) January 11, 2017
To see more, check any of Trysta Lorca’s Twitter replies.
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Haunted by the supply chain
Shoppers seeking witches, ghosts and severed heads to decorate their homes for Halloween are finding something truly scary this year: empty shelves. The supply-chain snarls that have shaped much of life in the pandemic are now responsible for shortages of Halloween décor and costumes. Consumers and suppliers alike are getting creative and planning ahead. …
The National Retail Federation predicts that Halloween spending will reach an all-time high this year of $10.1 billion, up from a record $9.1 billion in 2017. Two-thirds of Americans plan to celebrate by handing out candy, decorating their homes, dressing up and more. That’s almost back to pre-pandemic levels, according to NRF data. For those who haven’t yet bought costumes and decorations, the news may be grim.
A big D.C. loser
Donald Trump’s luxury Washington hotel lost more than $70 million while he was in office despite reaping millions in payments from foreign governments, according to federal documents released by the House Committee on Oversight and Reform on Friday. …
[Rep. Carolyn B.] Maloney and Rep. Gerald E. Connolly (D-Va.) allege the documents show that Trump received an estimated $3.7 million from foreign governments and got “preferential treatment” from Deutsche Bank, which had previously loaned Trump $170 million to renovate the hotel.
It aroused me even more. I began to lick and kiss more intensely. after a few minutes E began to twitch and scream harder.
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Oddly enough, the couple in the gallery was, it seems, the only one with whom Lily stooped to talk, and they talked completely on equal terms. And, as the teacher noticed a little with jealousy (which was also a revelation for Alina), tenderness and mutual respect sparkled in the glances of both sides. Moreover, Alina. Vladimirovna sometimes thought about it and could not understand who she was more jealous of.
Or to two teenagers, for whom she was tempted to become an older sister and, in a conversation over a bottle of beer, so.