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Unctuous Tomi Lahren Is Here to Ask You to Thank Her White Ancestors for Freeing the Slaves from the Democrats

By Dustin Rowles | Politics | June 30, 2016 | Comments ()

By Dustin Rowles | Politics | June 30, 2016 |


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Tomi Lahren is the unctuous host of The Blaze who once suggested that if President Obama were a “real man,” he’d drop a bunch of bombs in the Middle East and put the fear of God into Muslims. She’s back again, exploding into white rage over Jesse Williams’ BET speech, decrying “victimhood” and suggesting that it was white DEMOCRATS who fought for slavery, so we should be thanking the Republicans for freeing the slaves, I guess (she doesn’t mention that the party of white Southern Democrats who fought for slavery eventually became the core of the Republican Party).

It’s not just what Tomi Lahren says, of course: It’s how she says it, as though there were an implied boy at the end of every sentence. Jump to the 1:55 mark, listen to her tone, and see how long you can make it before you feel stabby.

Also, white people? Yeah, we do have a record of critique of your oppression. In fact do you know how many of our ancestors fought in the Civil War to free your ancestors? Bloodiest war in the United States history was over what was right, and it was largely white people fighting it. In fact it was white southern DEMOCRATS who fought for, not against, slavery. Oh but speaking of privilege, let’s listen to this high-paid television actor tell us just how bad he has it.

Many people claim the title of “the worst.” Tomi Lahren is literally the worst.


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