Back in March, controversial conservative media host Tomi Lahren was suspended by her employer, TheBlaze, and ultimately lead to her termination from the network after she started her pro-choice views on The View. “As someone who’s for a limit government, I can’t sit here and be a hypocrite,” said Lahren. “So stay out of my guns and you can stay out of my body as well.”
This statement made her extremely unpopular between fellow conservatives, almost alienating her entirely because of their almost universal pro-life views. Her termination lead to a lawsuit against Glenn Beck, the owner of TheBlaze, that was eventually settled in May.
Lahren has now returned to the scene after it was announced that she was signed on the Fox News team as a contributor through a digital product currently under development. “I am blessed and honored to join the Fox News team. This exciting new step will allow me to give voice to all the America-loving patriots who have had my back since day one,” Lahren announced on her Facebook page. “I will remain a solid and passionate advocate for you. Thank you for following me on my journey. I assure you, I will always stand up and speak out for our brave service members, our law enforcement community, our veterans and hardworking Americans from coast to coast.”
She will offer her political commentary, which previously included her referring to refugees as “rapeugees”, on Fox’s program “Hannity”. She is set to begin on Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET/PT.