Last week, Blaze TV anchor Tomi Lahren went off over Beyoncé’s racist Super Bowl halftime show, and predictably, the race-baiting left went on the attack, issuing death threats and otherwise trying to bully her into silence. Well, to say it didn’t work would be an understatement, and her fiery response is one for the ages.
In a new “Final Thoughts” segment, Lahren, who’s quickly making quite a name for herself in conservative circles, advised her haters that they’re missing the most important point she was trying to make – racism is not a “one-way street.”
“Let’s get something straight,” she told them at the outset. “You don’t scare me. You don’t intimidate me. You will not silence me. You’re bullies.”
Lahren pointed out that Beyoncé’s “divisive” message – glorifying a hate group, paying homage to a black supremacist, and honoring the #BlackLivesMatter “movement – was uncalled for at a time when people from all different backgrounds are supposed to come together for a common interest – the Super Bowl. She also emphasized that it’s not a personal issue she has with Beyoncé, but rather an issue with the message she was sending to millions of Americans, as she was surrounded by the very people she was criticizing.
“She chose to pay homage to a group that advocated violence as a means to an end,” Lahren said. “She, while flanked and protected by law enforcement both white and black, chose to use her platform to agitate progress and encourage division.”
Lahren told her haters that she wouldn’t ever wish ill upon them, but sh will “pray” for their healing. She also said she feels “sorry” for people who believe resorting to violence and profanity is the best path to equality and understanding, before dropping a massive truth bomb:
“Truth is, some of you aren’t interested in a real conversation about race – you’d rather go on the attack for anyone that dares question your aggressive, divisive and damaging agenda.”
Check out Lahren’s fiery response below:
[H/T: BizPac Review]