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‘This is not cool,’ Trevor Noah says about Tomi Lahren’s suspension from the Blaze
Friday on The View, Lahren vocalized her pro-choice stance and was put on suspension from the Blaze soon after for publicizing beliefs that aren’t traditionally conservative. Tuesday on The Daily Show Noah decided to vocalize a stance of his own.
“Jokes aside, honestly, this is not cool,” Noah said.”I was offended by the hypocrisy [of Lahren’s suspension].”
Lahren’s entire show revolves around the host speaking her mind, but she was suspended for doing just that. Her basis for the stance comes from the Constitution, and she says it would be hypocritical of her to be for small government and for the government telling women what to do with their bodies.
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