1.) Chelsea Manning
After Chelsea Manning received a pardon from former president Barack Obama, Tomi took to her desk to rip apart the veteran for exposing government corruption in the military. Chelsea, who partnered with WikiLeak’s own Julian Assange, seven years ago, was repeatedly labeled as a “traitor.” Lahren, rather than attacking the tyrannical acts of government Chelsea exposed, focused on attacking Manning’s transition from male to female. Not only should we question Tomi’s diversion to discussing war crimes, but we should not forget that Tomi praised WikiLeaks just a few months ago when the exposed party was The Democratic National Committee. Additionally, when Lahren spoke on the Trump tapes, she emphasized that the audio was President Trump’s words, not actions. Yet Tomi relished in the words exposed in the emails of the Democratic National Committee, but not in the actions of the government. It seems as though Lahren is subtly favoring infringements on civil liberties so long as a Republican is in power.