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When Tomi Lahren wondered in February why people couldn’t keep the politics out of the Parkland shooting, the conservative commentator was relentlessly mocked on Twitter. On Saturday, Lahren again waded into the gun control debate, criticizing those who participated in the massive March For Our Lives protests.
Once again, Twitter was here to roast her.
While hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets on Saturday, Lahren tweeted this, wondering why the protesters weren’t standing for something.
Simply being anti-NRA is not a solution. March FOR something, not just against everything.— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) March 24, 2018
Twitter was quick to mock her relentlessly.
it's literally called March FOR OUR LIVES you absolute walnut https://t.co/3S0ff4fFTH— lilliana (@LiliTheTurtle) March 24, 2018
claiming they're not marching FOR something when the name is March FOR Our Lives..... pic.twitter.com/CnGM14kNeG— jon butter (@threecowboyhats) March 24, 2018
We’re marching to celebrate the end of the GOP.— Molly Jong-Fast (@MollyJongFast) March 24, 2018
Those Kids Marched For Their Lives, and did so intellectually, intelligently and emotionally. It was in no way just anti-NRA, it was anti don't take away my life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness— Tom Vervaet (@tomverv8) March 25, 2018
Who wants to tell her. pic.twitter.com/Eg9jHjuCee— Joe Berkowitz (@JoeBerkowitz) March 24, 2018
MarchFORourlives. For. Our. Lives. FOR. FOR FOR FOR FOR FOR. For. For. FORFORFORFORFORFORFORFORFORFOR. For. For Our Lives. It's called the MARCHFOROURLIVES.— Ed Solomon (@ed_solomon) March 24, 2018
Good talk. https://t.co/VbOZVsi4vY
According to organizers, the crowd size for the Washington march was estimated at 800,000 people, larger than Donald Trump’s inauguration crowd. Nearly 200,000 people reportedly showed up in New York. And hundreds of thousands of more marched in solidarity throughout the country.
Presumably, all of them could quickly explain to Lahren the point of their protests.
Josh Katzowitz is a staff writer at the Daily Dot specializing in YouTube and boxing. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times. A longtime sports writer, he's covered the NFL for CBSSports.com and boxing for Forbes. His work has been noted twice in the Best American Sports Writing book series.