Tomi Lahren Has Been Permanently Banned From The Blaze After Pro-Choice Remarks
Conservative talk show host Tomi Lahren recently spoke to The View where she claimed she was pro-choice, and The Blaze suspended her for the comments this past week. The View is a show hosted by all women who are normally on the liberal side, however they also have conservative guests and memorably used Elizabeth Hasselbeck as their all-conservative panelist consistently. Since her departure, others have had to fill on that role.
The addition of Tomi Lahren as a guest recently was interesting for The View, but she did not seem to come off as mean or as harsh or as, well, shouty as she normally is on her show with The Blaze. Toward the end of her segment with the show, it was brought up that Tomi Lahren considers herself to be pro-choice, as she calls herself a constitutional Republican. She told the ladies of The View…
“I am 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 should do with their bodies.”
Most were shocked to hear the comments made by the young Tomi Lahren, who normally sides completely on the conservative side of things. Her comments seem to cause a lot of problems across social media among conservatives who claimed that she should not confuse constitutionalism with believing abortion should be allowed.
Due to the fact that she said she would be a hypocrite to believe differently, many took that as a shot to their beliefs in the conservative pool. After this The Blaze suspended Tomi Lahren, putting her show on the back-burner for a bit. According to The Hill, it appears that the network has now banned her permanently, meaning her time at The Blaze appears to be done.
Many feel that Tomi Lahren has pretty much been playing a character since she started with the network. Footage from her time in college shows her speaking on things with a different viewpoint than she has now, with a more moderate tone rather than completely right views. At that time, she…