In a new advertisement released by a pro-Donald Trump Super PAC, Tomi Lahren gives a lecture on “snowflakeism.”
The ad, released by Great America Alliance, lasts 30 seconds and features Lahren, a conservative political commentator, explaining what “acute chronic snowflakeism is.”
“Symptoms may include ‘burning’ and saying things like, ‘Hillary won the popular vote,’ or ‘I’m with her,’” Lahren says before urging viewers to go to a website to “see how Donald Trump is making America great again.”
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Lahren is best known for hosting Tomi on TheBlaze and was once called by BBC News as “the young Republican who is bigger than Trump on Facebook.” She was one of the first people to coin the word “snowflake” to describe those who hold anti-Trump beliefs and opinions.
“If the term ‘White Christmas’ seems racist to you, you might be a snowflake,” Lahren said in the “Final Thoughts” segment of her show. “If you think someone else, like taxpayers, should pay for your college tuition, you might be a snowflake. If border security seems racist to you, you might be a snowflake.”
She was suspended from TheBlaze in March 2017 when she share her belief that women should have access to legal abortion on an episode of The View. The result was Lahren being fiired at TheBlaze, and she filed for a wrongful termination suit. But her unemployment didn’t last long.
In May, Lahren started working in a communications role for the Great America Alliance, which is an offshoot of the Great America PAC that supported trump in the 2016 presidential election.
“The liberal establishment and mainstream media continue to fight our president at every turn, so it’s critical for all Americans to step up and do all they can to advance the America First agenda,” Lahren said in a statement when it was announced she was joining the Super PAC.
According to its website, the Great America PAC “was the largest and most effective pro-Trump Super PAC, raising and deploying $30 million” in support of Trump.
The Great America Alliance’s mission, as stated in its “About” section on its website, “is to advocate for a stronger economy, a more secure nation and a society with less government intusion and more freedom for American citizens.”