Glenn Beck Attacks Tomi Lahren on Twitter: 'Wait, Libertarian Views?'

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The conservative political commentator, who has her own show on The Blaze, has been under fire since saying she was pro-choice on The View. She was pro-choice because, if you're against big government, you can't be in favor of the government regulating what women can or cannot do with their bodies, an argument I actually happen to agree with.

On Friday, Lahren appeared on ABC's "The View" where she called pro-life conservatives hypocrites and said she was pro-choice.

Lahren's show is suspended for effect for at least one week starting Monday, according to TheDC's sources. You know, those same defenders of controversial speech who cry foul at what they say is a growing intolerance on the left for intellectual diversity responded by throwing a massive tantrum on social media while her employer immediately suspending Lahren from her hit radio show for a week. She did not want to get into a philosophical pro-life/pro-choice debate, so she just made a decision to come out and say, "Yeah, don't worry, I'm pro-choice". Interestingly, though, what caught most liberals' attention is something Lahren mentioned at the end of her eight-minute segment: She's pro-choice.

Beck also mocked Lahren for claiming to be a libertarian while also supporting President Donald Trump.

And who knows, maybe Lahren will find a new home somewhere closer to the center. Not only did he take Lahren's word - likely a stammer while identifying herself as a "constitutionalist" - literally, he emphasized his belief in "LIFE", an attack on Lahren's implication that the issue of abortion is about controlling a woman's body, not protecting the life of a baby.

Lahren, preachy conservative thought leader that she is, proves once more with her flip-flop that today's Republicans are completely disinterested in substantive policy or public administration, but are all about clickbait.

During a roundtable discussion on Friday's The View, the 24-year-old called out the inherent hypocrisy in wanting fewer regulations and smaller government - except when it comes to a woman's right to choose.

Lest we forget, Lahren is still an appalling person. "The pen is mightier than the sword, and it can destroy people if your aim is clicks, views, and ratings", he continued.

As seen in the above top photo, Tomi was photographed on June 25, 2016, when Lahren was spotted at Politicon 2016 at The Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, California.

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