WATCH: TV host thrills conservatives by demanding Obama rain misery on Muslims somewhere
Tomi Lahren (YouTube)

A 22-year-old TV personality thrilled conservatives with a litany of specious arguments against President Barack Obama's response to the shooting of five service members at a Chattanooga recruiting center.


Tomi Lahren, who first gained attention in February after she described Hillary Clinton and Sen. Elizabeth Warren as "old, rich, white, males" at the Conservative Political Action Conference, delivered a keyword-heavy complaint against the president on One America News Network.

"Four United States Marines (and one sailor) are now dead," Lahren said. "Climate change didn’t kill them, lack of a free community college didn’t kill them, the income gap, wage inequality — nope, not those things either. Gay marriage? Nope. White racism? Not that, either. So what did?"

"President Obama, if you won’t say it, I will — radical Islam," she added. "This is not workplace violence; this is not a criminal act with motives unknown — this is terrorism."

Lahren argued that most Muslims were terrorists or terrorist sympathizers.

"I’m sorry, but radical Islam is becoming the rule, not the exception," she said. "Yesterday’s moderate is today’s terrorist."

The host of the cable news network's On Point argued that troops deployed overseas were safer than service members in the United States.

"I’ve had it with this failed strategy, this halfway, half-baked, tiptoe, be friendly to jihadis mentality pushed by this administration," Lahren complained. "Be a leader, someone. They, the radical Islamists, have brought the fight right here to the red, white and blue, and it’s about time we bring it to them — full force."

Lahren recommended bombing an unspecified Muslim nation in retaliation.

"Let’s show them what the United States of America looks like up close and personal — show them what a B-1 Bomber looks like flying overhead — show them what they’re messing with," Lahren said. "Put the fear of God in their desert, because clearly our lack of strategy isn’t working."

Watch the entire segment posted online by On Point with Tomi Lahren: