Tomi Lahren Offers To ‘Wrap’ The Clinton Email Scandal In Exchange For Dropping Russia Investigation Coverage
On her first day as a Fox News contributor, Tomi Lahren made a complete fool of herself. Within minutes of insisting that it’s an important public interest to get FBI files on Hillary Clinton’s emails, Lahren offered to ditch the whole "scandal" in exchange for others dropping Russia coverage.
In her Fox debut, Lahren helped Sean Hannity attack the FBI’s decision not to fulfill a Freedom of Information Act request to release files about its investigation into Clinton’s private email server, citing her privacy rights.
First, Lahren claimed to be thinking of the pubic good when she insisted she thought the information should be released. She sounded oh, so poutraged in her opening tirade.
HANNITY: It’s in everybody’s best interest to get the truth, right?
LAHREN: Of course it is. And I think that the funny part of this whole thing is that 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 state of the United States of America. You don’t have privacy anymore. She chose to do this. This is on her. And I personally would like to know.