Tomi Lahren is a conservative talk show host who, if you ask me, is best known for losing her job on Glenn Beck produced show, The Blaze, after saying the government shouldn't control women's right to an abortion.
There are tons of people who love Lahren, mainly because she parrots the opinions of older, liberal-hating dudes who love sharing bizarre Trump memes on social media, and other people who just love to hate on her for her loud-mouthed, brash style of politi-talk that's Glenn Beck performance art.
She is consistently pro-Trump, anti-immigration, and inconsistently ranting about Obamacare, which she benefits from by the way:
Lahren is appealing to many on the Internet. In fact, Lahren has even cornered the market on some specific catchphrases. She loves ranting about "triggering" people with liberal views and calling them "snowflakes." Kind of an ironic title, when this is the whitest thing I've personally ever seen:
That's right, Lahren is now marketing merchandise on her website, so you too can wear her views on your body. A hat costs the same as a shirt, which isn't really reflective of Lahren's views, it just seems weird:
There probably are buyers out there, but the comments from those melting liberals are very salty:
Also, one question Miss "Build That Wall":
It's really difficult to believe someone is a torch-bearing, blue-blooded, passionate patriot when they're trying to shill their own personal merchandise at every turn. I get "revolutionaries" needing to fund their efforts for change, but Lahren is certainly riding a wave of bias and the fact that she's trying to use civil unrest as a means of promoting her own brand of crappy-looking products is kinda sell-out-ish, isn't it? Well that isn't the word, I think shill is. She's a total shill who is wholly untrustworthy, especially because she flip flops all the time.
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