Conservative commentator Tomi Lahren is no stranger to getting savaged by liberal social media types. Last month, she provoked Kaepernick fans by posting a pic of Colin Kaepernick kneeling in the back of a landing craft, as American soldiers stormed the beaches at Normandy.
On Wednesday Lahren drew the wrath of Kaepernick, and Beyonce’ fans after posting a pic of the R&B star presenting Kaepernick with Sports Illustrated’s Muhammad Ali Award.
Lahren tweeted, “Police-hating Beyonce’ presents police and America-hating Kappy with a ‘legacy’ award. This is how far we’ve fallen. Wow.”
Police-hating Beyoncé presents police and America-hating Kappy with a “legacy” award. This is how far we’ve fallen. Wow. pic.twitter.com/KIe6IqEQey
— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) December 6, 2017
As of the time of this writing, Lahren’s tweet has received over 11,000 responses. Most of those responses, consisting of the less than flattering variety.
Criminally dishonest. You are not a journalist, you are a propagandist.
— MacGregor (@m4cgr3g0r) December 6, 2017
You're on the wrong side of history, Tomi. I just hope one day you're brave enough to look at these real, and disconcerting issues surrounding racial/justice inequality from a holistic point of view instead of an egocentric one.
PS- It was an Army vet vet told CK to take a knee pic.twitter.com/qEZCgRNrlc
— Brenna Simon (@BrennaSimonSays) December 6, 2017
The Beyoncé jealousy is real. 😂 Perhaps because she is a beautiful, successful, talented woman and isn't on her parent's insurance?
— Marcella (@marcellalaluna) December 6, 2017
Black-hating Tami presents Black-hating Nazi Twitter with her daily dose of race-baiting rhetoric for clicks. This is how far down America has always been. https://t.co/UVWeBCk2RD
— Benjamin Dixon (@BenjaminPDixon) December 6, 2017
Tammy Lauren is hating as if she expected them to give a Muhammad Ali Legacy to her 😂 https://t.co/hVDP19zp4d
— Brown Saraah (@Brown_Saraah) December 6, 2017
According to The Hill, “Lahren has also attacked Beyoncé in the past, referring to her as “Beyoncé ‘Black Panther’ Knowles” after her Super Bowl halftime performance where she referenced the Black Panthers.
“This isn’t about equality, this is about ramrodding an aggressive agenda down our throats,” Lahren said at the time.”