Fox News signs Tomi Lahren, the former ‘The Blaze’ commentator as a political contributor. Her Debut comes after Sean Hannity, the presenter of the Fox News Channel Show ‘Hannity’ let her go first on their discussion regarding the emails from Hillary’s private servers and FBI’s rationale.
Tomi Lahren will be serving as a contributor for the Fox News; the network confirmed the news on Wednesday. Just as scheduled, Lahren made her debut as a contributor on ‘Hannity’ that airs on 10 P.M.
Hannity, after educating the viewers about the FBI actions of shooting down the freedom of information act request; rejecting to release their Hillary Clinton's private server email investigation files claiming that the public's interest does not outweigh privacy of the subject. Giving the short insight on the matter, he then turned over to Tomi along with Geraldo Rivera.
Hannity introduced Tomi to Fox News Viewers and jumped right into the segment asking for Tomi’s thoughts on FBI’s action and the email scandal of Hillary Clinton and asked her how the emails weren’t a public interest. Tomi agreed to Hannity and said,
“Her privacy somehow trumps our right to know”
“I’m sorry – When you use a private email on a private server, your privacy rights are out the window when you’re the secretary of the state of United States of America. You don’t have privacy anymore. She choose to do this and this in on her”
Caption: Tomi Lahren's debut on 'Hannity.'
She ended her say by stating that she, on a personal note, would like to know. Later after Fox News correspondent also discussed on this matter, Hannity again turned to Tomi and asked her to give her opinion regarding FBI’s action for refusing the freedom of information act request. She said,
“To say that the public does not have the right to know or that we’re not interested, that’s a load of crap.”
She would stick to this matter despite the mainstream media giving attention to other news, says Lahren, who received education in journalism and political science from University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
The 25 years old recently was fired from The Blaze after dropping her pro-choice comments made on The View on March 17 that subsequently led to the lawsuit against The Blaze.
"I can't sit here and be a hypocrite and say I'm for limited government, but I think the government should decide what women do with their bodies."
Her comment, which independently supported abortion, was widely criticized by conservatives on Twitter that resulted in a permanent banning from the network.
However, Lahren, in the lawsuit she filed against The Blaze, claimed that she was wrongfully fired despite the network’s claim that she was only suspended and was also receiving her salary.
Both parties agreed to settle the lawsuit after The Blaze filed a counter-suit alleging delinquency by Lahren.#American Commentator #Tomi on TheBlaze