Entertainment

Tomi Lahren Briefly Considered Career in Porn, Realized Being Commentator ‘Less Demanding’

Tomi Lahren shows cleavage like the conservative baddie she is.

DALLAS — Ring-wing political mouthpiece Tomi Lahren planted herself once again in the center of a storm of controversy. Just a few days after posting a video condemning the NFL players, who chose to kneel during the national anthem, Lahren transcended to a new level of hypocrisy. In her video she was wearing a shirt that read “I don’t kneel,” however, in footage obtained by TMZ outside of Dallas restaurant Arthur’s Prime Steaks & Seafood, a belligerent Lahren went on a highly incriminating rant in which she revealed that she briefly considered a career in the pornography industry.

“Look at me,” she slurred. “I was practically made for that business. But there’s too much ethical bullshit in porn, and these days even that requires a certain level of political correctness, so you don’t divide your fanbase. Can you imagine me Monica Lewinsky style in the Oval Office with a Trump look-alike?” she said, with a glint of ‘what could’ve been’ in her eyes as she bit her lip.

“Being a conservative commentator is just less demanding. I don’t need facts or research. I can say whatever the f^@k I want. That whole ‘what has the KKK ever done’ thing, I knew I sounded hella ignorant, but controversy is good for business,” said Lahren. “If I was in porn, I’d have to have some integrity. But fortunately for me, the line of work I’m in is pretty soulless.”

Tomi Lahren’s streak of hypocrisy continues as it turns out #Istand and her claim that she doesn’t kneel is far from true. Now the world knows, Lahren has considered getting on her knees at least once before — for the right price.

Immediately after TMZ released the tape, Lahren reportedly received dozens of multi-million dollar offers from dozens of porn studios and syndicates. Sources close to the young, hotshot commentator say she is seriously mulling the offers over.

“A lot of people want to shut her up, so I think we’d be doing the public a real favor,” says Brazzers’ founder Stephane Manos. “It’s hard to talk with a mouth full of ****.”

 

To Top