The brazen political commentator was recently clobbered for being a hypocrite. During a Politicon debate with Chelsea Handler, Lahren said she was on her parents' health insurance plan thanks to the Affordable Care Act, but she attacked Obamacare anyway.
Allure featured an article about the bipartisan convention in which Lahren clawed apart the ACA, but when they posted the story on their Twitter, the women's beauty magazine referenced her as 'Tomato Lahren.'
The questionable typo did not go unnoticed, and Twitter was howling about it.
But some people missed it completely. Maybe on a subconscious level, the misnomer looked appropriate.
With the speed of information hurtling through the Internet, 'Tomato Lahren' didn't raise any flags.
There was clarification on the nature of an alleged insult.
The variations came fast and furious.
Channeling 'Adele Dazeem.'
Well played, Allulah magazine, well played.