It’s a never-ending cycle. Donald Trump says something offensive, and those on the left express shock and outrage while the right scrambles to defend his latest gaffe. Even after Trump’s “sh*thole” remarks made during a bipartisan immigration meeting on Thursday, which many are calling a new low for the president, Fox News personalities like Tucker Carlson and Jesse Watters didn’t seem to see what the big deal was. Likewise, Toyota Lasagna — err, Tomi Lahren managed to find something to say in support of the President of the United States calling other countries “sh*tholes,” in one very bad tweet.
“If they aren’t sh*thole countries, why don’t their citizens stay there? Let’s be honest. Call it like it is,” Lahren tweeted early Friday morning — proving that her Twitter feed is still where decency and common sense goes to die.
Of course, her “argument,” if you can even call it that, is problematic for a number of reasons, as many pointed out on Twitter (or just bashed her in general):
No matter how many times Lahren causes backlash and gets owned on Twitter, it only seems to add fuel to her fire. Recently, the former Blaze host came under fire for attacking Colin Kaepernick and Beyoncé, but she has clearly has not learned her lesson.