Someone called Tomi Lahren a 'Nazi barbie' over the weekend and now the name is trending on Twitter

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Tomi Lahren says people called her ‘Nazi Barbie,’ threw eggs at her

She says she's 'used to it.'


Libby Cohen


Published May 12, 2021   Updated May 12, 2021, 10:54 am CDT

Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren said on Monday that she was called a “Nazi Barbie” and someone tried to throw eggs at her. Her comments came in an interview with Fox News Radio’s Jimmy Failla.

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Lahren, mostly known for her conservative hot takes, admitted to Failia that people were targeting her. According to her, one man called her a “Nazi Barbie,” while another woman once tried to pelt her with eggs.

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The audio is on Failia’s website under his May 10 episode, at about 1:43:00.

“Yesterday, I had a grown man with a cigarette in hand and a mask on his face telling me once again that I’m ‘Nazi Barbie’,” Lahren said.

Lahren also said she was called “Nazi Barbie” and “white power Barbie” at a speaking engagement at Clemson University.

She also said that people in her apartment complex recognize her for her politics.

“I had a girl from the sixth floor of an apartment complex try to throw eggs at me,” Lahren said. “Of course, being a liberal, she’s not super athletic. So she missed me.”

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Lahren has made a name for herself as a conservative firebrand and supporter off former President Donald Trump’s most hardline policies, becoming one of the most unabashed far-right media figures.

Unfortunately, her candor has backfired, as people on Twitter think the name is fitting.

“Tomi Lahren: People called me Nazi Barbie! Bonnie and Clyde: People called us bank robbers!” one person posted.

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“Tomi Lahren is upset that she can’t go out in public without people calling her a Nazi Barbie. Hey, Tomi, have you considered not being a Nazi Barbie?” one user added.

Lahren said she’s been called a “Nazi Barbie” so often that she was “used to it at this point.”

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*First Published: May 12, 2021, 10:11 am CDT