Tomi Lahren is a contentious political commentator.
The host of “Tomi” on TheBlaze has spoken out against abortion, the Women’s March, President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and so-called liberal privilege. She’s asks the hard questions, like, “Can white people do anything?” and delivers advice like, “If you don’t want to be attacked, keep your clothes on.”
So, naturally, someone made her a website that fits her beliefs quite perfectly: TomiLahren.org.
The site is a single page that has links to donate to the Environmental Defense Fund, the ACLU, the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, and Planned Parenthood ― all overlaid on a wallpaper of a Tomi Lahren tweet that reads,”Anyone else need a drink?”
TomiLahren.org was created by 23-year-old Sam Hopkins, a software engineer, who was inspired to put this whole thing together after listening to Kellyanne Conway’s post-inauguration talk about “alternative facts.”
“I spent a good amount of time on Sunday looking up political themed domain names to buy and stumbled across TomiLahren.org,” Hopkins told The Huffington Post. “I originally wanted to buy alternativefacts.news and turn it into a satirical site.”
Because alternativefacts.news was taken, Hopkins bought TomiLahren.org for $18 and here we are.
Currently, the site has more than 191,000 visitors and counting.
The irony here, of course, is the organizations the site links to. Lahren is passionately pro-life, committed to the Second Amendment, has a distaste for the “liberal agenda,” doesn’t believe climate change is of high importance, and frequently criticizes Black Lives Matter along with those who speak out against police brutality.
Well, like many other things in the world, Tomi will most likely hate this website. Nevertheless, Twitter seems to like it:
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