If you’re reading this, chances are good Tomi Lahren is praying for you. Or, at least, she says she’s praying for you. And she says you need it.
The highly-paid 25-year old Fox News pundit who has an estimated net worth of $3 million (yet is still on her parents’ health insurance), 4.7 million followers on Facebook and 1.1 million on Twitter, lashed out on social media to attack the left.
On Sunday afternoon, Lahren posted this tweet:
The majority of the modern Left is comprised of the most unloving and intolerant people I’ve ever had the displeasure of encountering. I’m praying for you. You need it.
— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) May 20, 2018
She offered no explanation, but her most recent tweets before that attack might offer some insight into what’s been on her mind:
Was it the gun control debate, prompted by yet another school mass shooting that left ten people, including 8 children, dead?
Or was it the immigration debate, which – along with her comments on Black people – have sparked cries that Lahren is racist?
Or was it her failed attempt to one-up an award winning New York Times best selling feminist writer who called Lahren out for her anti-feminism views?
We may never know.
But hey, Tomi’s praying for you.
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