Tomi Lahren Sues Glenn Beck for Wrongful Termination Over Pro-Choice Belief

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Most people are familiar with Tomi Lahren’s racist rants where she is anti everything that is not white, Christian, heterosexual, American, and Republican. Now this delicate snowflake is going after her former employer and claiming she was fired because of her pro-choice viewpoint.

Lahren has filed a lawsuit against her boss at The Blaze and is citing wrongful termination after she was fired, even though she continues to receive payments.

The Root reported Lahren’s contract was set to expire in September, but she claims the site violated the contract by firing her. According to the lawsuit, filed in Dallas County Friday, The Blaze, which Beck founded, wanted to keep paying Lahren “presumably hoping they could find an exit strategy to sanitize their unlawful conduct.”

“It is puzzling that an employee who remains under contract (and is still being paid) has sued us for being fired, especially when we continue to comply fully with the terms of our agreement with her,” a Blaze spokesman said.

During Lahren’s appearance on The View last month, she startled her conservative flunkies when she admitted she was pro-choice. “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,” Lahren said.

According to the Dallas News, Lahren’s pro-choice stance wasn’t new to anyone at The Blaze, and she even received congratulatory emails after her appearance. But things started going bad when other conservatives came after Lahren, and Beck started to distance himself.

Lahren was “understandably disappointed, saddened and in shock for being suspended for freely expressing her opinions, which certainly reconcile with what is the law of the land in the United States, i.e., a woman’s constitutional right to choose, and in no way inconsistent with any of [Lahren’s] obligations under the employment contract,” the suit reads.

After being fired by the human resources director, Lahren was told not to post on social media, even though her Twitter account is her own property. Lahren’s lawsuit is requesting a temporary restraining order that will block The Blaze’s request for her silence, and she also wants to be able to find another job.

(Article By Jeremiah Jones)

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