Tomi Lahren's "Food for Thought"

Tomi Lahren's "Food for Thought"

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Tomi Lahren's "Food For Thought" refers to a series of photoshopped images based on a tweet by FOX News contributor Tomi Lahren featuring Colin Kaepernick photoshopped into the storming of Normandy in World War II.


On November 23rd, 2017, FOX News contributor Tomi Lahren tweeted a photoshopped picture of Colin Kaepernick kneeling on a boat at the storming of Normandy during World War II with the caption "Citizen of the Year." She captioned the post, "Food for thought," implying that his kneeling during the National Anthem is an affront to the veterans of World War II. The post (shown below) received more than 14,000 retweets and 38,000 likes in less than four days.

Tomi Lahren @TomiLahren Food for thought.


Some reacted negatively to Lahren's tweet. Twitter[2] user @fivefifths said, "This is literally the worst tweet I have ever seen." The tweet (shown below, left) received more than 7,500 retweets and 39,000 likes in four days. Twitter user @andiemain tweeted, "This does not qualify as an actual thought." The post (shown below, center) received more than 200 retweets and 11,000 likes in three days. Twitter[4] user @ColMorrisDavis tweeted, "And your service to America has been exactly what? Whining?" The post (shown below, right) received more than 270 retweets and 2,100 likes in three days.

This is literally the worst tweet I have ever seen Tomi Lahren@TomiLahren Food for thought. Replying to TomiLahren This does not qualify as an actual thought Replying to @TomiLahren And your service to America has been exactly what? Whining?

On November 26th, 2017, Twitter[5] user @socialisttaco tweeted a photo of the D-Day landing with a video of a man dancing superimposed into the picture. They captioned the post "makes you think." The post (shown below) received more than 800 retweets and 3,100 likes within three days.

Several news outlets covered the response to the tweet, including Newsweek,[6] AOL,[7] HuffPost,[8] Complex[9] and more.

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Food for thought Food for thought He's done more for America than you have so b 58 You chose a photo from D-Day where black soldiers risked their lives for a country & when they returned, they were denied the Gl Bill benefits for low-cost mortgages, denied loans from banks, & were murdered by the white people they protected overseas because they were black. Tomi Lahren@TomiLahren Food for thought.
food for thought Tammy those guys are storming the beach to kill half your twitter followers. Tomi Lahren@TomiLahren Food for thought. Replying toTomiLahren While both you and Kaepernick were jobless...he donated a million dollars to various charities in the US. You sold horrible s--- on Instagram.

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Ryumaru Borike
Ryumaru Borike

Ok, I still think that it's fucking stupid that people are getting mad over how he chose to protest, not over what he was protesting, but the fact that he protested by harmlessly not doing the thing dictated by some weird social law of America. I think the outrage over that is the dumbest shit in the world and the fact that it was great enough that they had to fire him to save face fucking disgusting.

That said, he's not fucking Jesus people, he's not making a sacrifice on the level of the soldiers that stormed the beaches on D-Day. I can see how him sticking to his guns in the face of getting canned might be seen by some as admirable, but it's not the same as running into death. All this is going to do is make people hate the man more, and I can honestly see why. I don't think kneeling during the anthem is spitting in veteran's faces, but this tweet certainly is.

Honestly, all this fuss over a Sportsball player not doing his socially mandated patriotic gesture is getting fucking stupid on both sides now.


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