Tomi Lahren Delivers A Rare Message Of Political Unity And Gets Predictably Trolled For It


In a rare moment of what would appear to be self reflection, on Sunday night Tomi Lahren — or someone pretending to be Tomi Lahren, and poorly, I might add — tweeted an inclusive message of unity. “We can disagree politically, socially and ideologically and still be friends, colleagues, and fellow Americans,” Toyota Lasagna wrote. “Above all else, that’s what I want for this country.”

Yes, at face value, that is a nice thing to say. A very nice thing to say! But considering it’s coming from the same person who called Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D-MA) a “nasty little ginger” and “little limp d*ck” (even if she later apologized), pondered why citizens of “sh*thole countries” don’t just stay there, and trashed Beyoncé and Colin Kaepernick as “police and America hating” — her sentiments seem a bit disingenuous, to say the least.

This is a person who regularly incites outrage, attacks those who disagree with her, and spews bile both on Fox News and from the comfort from behind her social media accounts. As such, many were quick to call Toenail Fungus on her B.S., pointing out that rarely, if ever, does she actually practice what she’s preaching. Others just wondered what the heck happened to the real Tonka.

But the whole thing can probably best be summed up by this:

You okay, Tamagotchi? Blink once for yes and twice for no.