Ah, Tomi Lahren, perhaps one of the most hated (and loved) people online. She can’t tweet anything without receiving a ton of backlash, and I can’t say it’s for no reason. This woman sure knows how to play up her controversial opinions in a way that it gets plenty of views.
This past weekend, while millions of people were marching for gun control, Lahren decided it was a good time to tweet out her opinion of the #MarchForOurLives movement. Except, well, the tweet wasn’t received super well, and for a pretty obvious reason.
Simply being anti-NRA is not a solution. March FOR something, not just against everything.
— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) March 24, 2018
People were quick to correct her because duh… it’s written in the name, Tomi.
But okay, fine, we’ll spell it out for her.
The March is for saving lives, Tabletop Linen.
It’s a pretty big something.
— Yeah. We. Won. (@Cycle4) March 25, 2018
claiming they're not marching FOR something when the name is March FOR Our Lives….. pic.twitter.com/CnGM14kNeG
— jonny jon jon butter shabadoo (@thejonbutter) March 24, 2018
You mean like for…..our lives? pic.twitter.com/EIEYT0tyrS
— Stick to nothing (@StickToNothing) March 25, 2018
MarchFORourlives. For. Our. Lives. FOR. FOR FOR FOR FOR FOR. For. For. FORFORFORFORFORFORFORFORFORFOR. For. For Our Lives. It's called the MARCHFOROURLIVES.
Good talk. https://t.co/VbOZVsi4vY
— Ed Solomon (@ed_solomon) March 24, 2018
Let’s just say the Internet didn’t hold back.
The #MarchForOurLives is literally FOR gun reform. Your head is as empty as your peroxide bottle.
— Patrick S. Tomlinson (@stealthygeek) March 24, 2018
The word “FOR” is a bit confusing huh? #MarchForOurLives
— CowboyDAWG (@dawg_screamer) March 25, 2018
Think next time you tweet, Tomi. You could save yourself from a lot of embarrassment.