If you've ever had the misfortune of hearing one of Tomi Lahren's insincere rants about the good ole' days of hardworking Americans, a time when her parents probably didn't even hit puberty yet, it's hard to not roll your eyes.
The conservative segment host was accused of basically pandering to her audience and parroting their beliefs in order to make a career for herself. Problem is, people started finding old tweets and footage of hers that proved there was quite a mental shift in the young TV personality.
But in a strange twist, Lahren has reportedly been temporarily let go from her position with The Blaze for openly saying she's pro-choice.
Her abortion-rights advocacy didn't sit well with her fans. Turns out the second she disagreed with their views, she was given the boot.
The Daily Caller reported that Lahren's segment wouldn't be recorded this week and that her contract with the network is up this September.
"Multiple sources" also indicated that Lahren could very well be leaving The Blaze well before that time.
On a recent episode of The View, Lahren said that since she believes in limited government, being against abortion rights would be hypocritical.
"You know what? I’m for limited government, so stay out of my guns, and you can stay out of my body as well," she said.
Some of her fans said she sold out her values in the hopes of ingratiating herself with 'The View' hosts.
Many of her supporters were pissed, saying they were done with Lahren altogether.
Another Blaze columnist called Lahren a hypocrite for having her own opinion.
Lahren hasn't officially spoken about the suspension, but has been active on Twitter.
Like this deer emoji.
And sharing a clip of someone defending her point of view.
And another tweet pretty much confirmed she wasn't filming her segment.
The Blaze founder, Glenn Beck said on his radio show that he'd never stop someone from working there who was pro-choice.
"I would disagree that you’re a hypocrite if you want limited government and yet you want the government to protect life of the unborn. It’s very, very clear. But it takes intellectual honesty, and it takes a willingness to actually think these things through and to do more than just read Twitter or Facebook to get your news and your political opinions."
Beck didn't speak to Lahren's future with The Blaze during his program.
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