Hot take Tomi Lahren might have been better served to sit this one out.
After being released from her contract with Glenn Beck’s network The Blaze, many viewed Lahren’s recent comments as hypocritical.
Responding to Notre Dame University graduates conducting a walk out while Vice President Mike Pence spoke at their commencement, Lahren referred to the students as “snowflakes.”
She also suggested that their behavior won’t “fly in the real world” while trying to offer advice on holding a job.
Snowflakes think this kind of crap will fly in the real world? Good luck holding a job, kids! https://t.co/O19otIrW77
— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) May 22, 2017
It didn’t take long for the internet to jump all over her.
Multiple Twitter users were more than happy to point out the perceived hypocrisy in her statement.
Hold on…didnt you get fired for not agreeing with your boss….
— Ivette the very stable genius (@spramp08) May 22, 2017
Lahren was publicly at odds with her employer after going on The View and advocating abortion rights. The Blaze is a highly conservative news outlet, and naturally didn’t take kindly to her speaking out against network views.
The onslaught continued on, though. A seemingly endless number of Twitter users weighed in.
Lahren has yet to respond.
SnoWFlaKes THinK tHis KInd OF cRAP WiLl FLy iN tHE rEaL wORld? GoOD lUcK HolDiNG a JoB, KidS. pic.twitter.com/Wdg88gLNzs
— morgs ✨💸 (@Yeahmorgs) May 22, 2017
*Tomi Lahren tries to give career advice from the unemployment line*
Recent College Grad: pic.twitter.com/3CPCLaPVdd
— Matthew A. Cherry (@MatthewACherry) May 22, 2017