Please sit down and prepare yourself. I’m about to tell you something that will shock you down to your very core, and perhaps make you lose all kinds of sleep. Ready?
Timmy Lahren is a moron, and she says stupid stuff all the time. I know, it’s hard to believe, but here let me give you yet one more example of Fox’s youngest racist, blonde, screeching fuckmuppet’s idiocy. This time, care of her “thoughts” on Gillette’s new ad that encourages men to — HORROR OF ALL HORRORS! — speak up and stop young boys from bullying each other.
The only people applauding @Gillette are social justice warriors who believe the solution to all the world’s problems is for men to act less like men and more like women.
Well here’s a newsflash- women are also capable of bullying each other, harassing each other AND men!
— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) January 17, 2019
I genuinely don’t know what’s funnier though — Lahren’s airhead-tight logic that we shouldn’t encourage our boys to not be dicks because some girls are assholes to each other as well — or the avalanche of shade, mocking, trolling, and smartassery she was bombarded by. Users all over Twitter started nailing Timmy with some pretty epic takedowns.
A common theme among those bashing Turmeric was that of her own bullying ways. Maybe Lahren was trying to low-key admit to being a racist bully? I don’t know, but these Twitter users excoriated her for it.
Great point. Men – don’t stop being douchebags because some women are douchebags and if you stop being douchebags then the libs win.
— bob clendenin (@bobclendenin) January 17, 2019
Yes, you prove that women are also capable of bullying each other on a regular basis. Thanks for clarifying.
— DeAnn (@Miss_Bugs_Nana) January 17, 2019
Yes we know. You are exhibit A.
— DesiInTX (@DesiInTX) January 17, 2019
— Dana Goldberg (@DGComedy) January 17, 2019
Your opinion is why this commercial is needed.
— Deborah NP (@DebBadassRN) January 17, 2019
Others simply rejected Timbale’s premise that “men acting like men” means accepting bullying and abuse.
I’m applauding, I’m the father of three young men, and no, womanizing, fighting, bullying are not what will make them good men. my sons will be thoughtful, mindful, forthright and kind. What disturbs is how quickly you and your ilk disregard these traits as not being masculine.
— Terence Broxterman (@tbroxterman2013) January 17, 2019
No, Tomi. It’s to make assholes less like assholes. The ad is pro-good men. Why do you hate good men? Are you a man hater? Wtf, Tomi?
— Sarah Wood (@sarahwoodwriter) January 17, 2019
Your ‘but women do it too!’ whataboutism is interesting. And by interesting I mean totally off the mark and non-related.
Newsflash: Men can be men without being ginormous assholes or creeps or criminals.
— Mike P Williams (@Mike_P_Williams) January 17, 2019
Still others pounced on the notion that to Tillamook, a message of “be a nicer, better person” is an attack on their values.
Only conservatives could be upset over @Gillette’s ad that’s about being a good person. It’s very telling how they take that as an attack on their intolerance. And they accuse liberals of being “sensitive” Outraged over an ad… pathetic.
— Milquetoast (@BlueRobotDesign) January 17, 2019
It would be super cool if all this clapback meant that Twixbar would STFU and go away forever. But we know that’s not gonna happen. She’s just going to pretend she can’t read all the tweets handing her that flat thing she sits on.
Writer/comedian James Schlarmann is the founder of The Political Garbage Chute and his work has been featured on The Huffington Post. You can follow James on Facebook and Instagram, but not Twitter because he has a potty mouth.