Why The Tomi Lahren Brand Of Republican Is Nothing New

Political commentator Tomi Lahren has found a niche audience among neoconservative Trump supporters, but the truth is that her brand of “Republican” is nothing new…

We all have one of those people in our lives: the hypocritical neoconservative who is still riding on the high of Trump’s victory, as if things are actually going to change now that their candidates is the one in office.

The person who claims to support our veterans… but then acts as if radical Islamic extremism is responsible for the endless pattern of regime change that has been abused and exploited by the United States for years.

The person who loves WikiLeaks when Hillary Clinton is the one being exposed.. but criticizes the whistleblower who put WikiLeaks on the map, all because that whistleblower exposed war crimes committed by the U.S. military.

The person who spends so much time whining and complaining about the Democrats, and the “unloving and intolerant left,” that you begin to wonder when they’re going to finally wake up and realize that it does not matter which political party is in charge. We have watched more Republicans and Democrats push for more regime change, more endless war, more mass surveillance, and a greater police state, and yes, that now includes Donald Trump.

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Rachel Blevins is a journalist who aspires to break the left/right paradigm in media and politics by pursuing truth and questioning existing narratives.

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