Fox News star Tomi Lahren has made herself a household name by being a conservative firebrand, outspoken supporter of former President Donald Trump and a leading personality on the Fox Nation streaming service.
But some liberals think she has gone too far — and Lahren said because of her work on Fox News, she is being regularly attacked and confronted by strangers.[Sponsored] CAUTION — Do NOT Take Anything Else For Your Blood Pressure Until You See This
“Just this past weekend I had two incidents,” Lahren told Fox News Radio’s Jimmy Failla during an interview Monday.
“I had a girl from the sixth floor of an apartment complex try to throw eggs at me.”
“Of course, being a liberal, she’s not super athletic. So she missed me,” Lahren continued. ” But yes, she tried to throw eggs at me.”
That’s not the only abuse she said she’d recently faced.
The Nashville-based conservative said men have accosted her recently, too.
“Yesterday, I had a grown man with a cigarette in hand and a mask on his face telling me once again that I’m ‘Nazi Barbie’,” Lahren said. “Telling me that I ‘dance on the graves of Native Americans.'”
Lahren said she was called “Nazi Barbie” and “white power Barbie” when she was invited to speak at Clemson University in South Carolina. In fact, the nickname has become so common that she “used to it at this point.”
“I mean, the left has become so emboldened now that where it used to be, for me, just people attacking me on social media,” she complained. “Now, they’re doing what Maxine Waters said. They’re getting more confrontational because they believe they have this free pass.”
“And I’m concerned it’s only going to get worse. For all of us.”
Lahren hasn’t let the attacks scare her. She continues to act as a firebrand political activist on social media.
Any updates into the investigation of John Kerry and his little cozy relationship with Iran?….
Media? Journalists? Watch dogs? Biden? Anyone?
— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) May 12, 2021