Glenn Beck , The Blaze founder In a interview with Mediaite‘s John Ziegler blasted Lahren, saying he would’ve fired her the day he met her.
“Up until, what, two months ago I had nothing to do with The Blaze,I neither hired nor fired. I would give my opinion and advice, but I self- sequestered myself in a stupid idea of that way they can have their own credibility and their own problems, and I don’t affect them and they don’t affect me.” “So I would’ve fired her the day I met her in the hallway,” Beck said. “And that’s no kidding. And would’ve fired her from the beginning, wanted to fire her all along, advised them to fire her. They never did.”
Tomi Lahren who now works for the pro-Trump advocacy group Great America Alliance , doesn’t seem to care what Beck thinks of her. She didn’t respond to Mr. Beck’s comments directly, tweeting Sunday, “The best revenge is having enough self-worth not to seek it. #goodvibesonly.” “‘Don’t let what others think or say get in your way; their actions reflect on them, not you,’”
These days she has danger on her mind. Specifically, Milo Yiannopoulos‘s self-published ‘Dangerous,’ which is number 2 in Amazon’s best sellers ranking. At the moment, it’s number 5 on the New York Times bestsellers list.
Lahren was suspended over pro-choice remarks she made during an appearance on “The View” in March. The channel said they were willing to pay Lahren out for the remaining six months of her contract, but she wouldn’t be free to work for another employer until October. She filed a wrongful termination suit against TheBlaze in April, but the network fired back and countersued Lahren on saying, “Tomi was ‘inappropriate and unprofessional’ and she ‘constantly complained about lighting, room temperature, editing, shooting and directing.'”
During her time at TheBlaze, Lahren established herself as a conservative firebrand who launched semantic takedown missiles at the left with her “Final Thoughts” video segments.
You can listen to the comments on Lahren below beginning at the 28 minute mark.