Tomi Lahren appeared last week on The Daily Show, where she and Trevor Noah got into an intense discussion on a variety of topics. Noah challenged the conservative firebrand on her more provocative statements over the past few months, though things remained largely civil between the two, and they exchanged compliments after it was all over.
Lahren addressed all of this on her Final Thoughts segment last night, where went full throttle in a rant against media hypocrisy. Lahren said that Noah was a “good guy,” but his bias was on full display in their meeting, whereas she had “the balls” to take him on in front of his liberal audience.
Lahren used most of her segment to explain how the media’s “double standards” came into play during the debate.
“If Trevor Noah appeared in front of a conservative audience and was booed and jeered, what do you think the mainstream would label those folks?” Lahren wondered. “When the left makes a point, it’s ‘passion.’ When someone on the right does the same, it’s ‘anger.’”
Lahren went on from there, stating that the left has no “monopoly on morality”:
“Consider your bubble burst. I am your worst nightmare. I don’t care what you label me or how many times you come after me. I am fearless and I’m just getting started.”
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