Glenn Beck, also known as Mr. Cheetos face, the clown of conservatism, the prince of narcissism, and the founder of The Blaze, finds himself on the receiving end of wrongful termination lawsuit filed by Tomi Lahren.
For many conservatives, there was little reason to watch Blaze TV, with the exception of Tomi Lahren. The young firebrand has skyrocketed to the pinnacle of popularity in a relative short period of time. Her videos routinely garner over a million views on Facebook alone, nevermind her large following on Twitter, and the subscribers of Blaze TV itself.
Her social media presence far exceeds that of Blaze founder Glenn Beck, and there are very few conservative pundits that can claim to occupy an equivalent stratospheric level of popularity than that of Tomi Lahren.
Almost all conservatives strongly disagree with Lahren’s pro-choice view, but for the most part she kept her personal opinion on this issue deeply under wraps, until exposed during a recent interview on The View. Despite this one “flaw”, none can argue that she hasn’t been one of the most influential voices in advancing countless conservative agendas.
With Beck having been long aware of Lahren’s personal view on choice, the only reasonable conclusion is that Mr. Ego removed Lahren from his airwaves for the sole sin of greatly exceeding his rapidly declining relevance. For having become the one true shining star on Blaze TV.
Conservative commentator sues Glenn Beck, The Blaze for wrongful termination
DALLAS — Conservative commentator Tomi Lahren, is suing her former boss, Glenn Beck, and his media firm, The Blaze, for wrongful termination over her comments on abortion. According to Lahren’s lawsuit, filed Friday in Dallas County, The Blaze canceled Lahren’s show after she made the controversial abortion statements last month on the daytime…