Tomi Lahren’s fiery holiday message paid tribute to “snowflake melting season” in an epic shot at those suffering from “snowflake syndrome.”
“It may be winter, but it’s still melting season…snowflake melting season, that is,” the conservative commentator began in a scorching yuletide version of her “Final Thoughts” on Fox News.
“So what is a snowflake? Well, allow me to explain,” she offered after citing a survey claiming a majority of 16-24-year-olds feel millennials are unfairly referred to as “snowflakes.”
According to Lahren:
If you spend more time occupying the streets in “protest” than you occupy a shower, or a job, you’re a snowflake.
If you’ve convinced yourself that despite any actual evidence, Russia somehow stole the election from Hillary, you are a snowflake.
If your favorite arts and crafts projects consist of knitting pink hats in the shape of a reproductive organs or scribbling “Resist” on a cardboard sign, you are a snowflake.
If choosing between two gender options seems unfair to you, you are a snowflake.
If you demand a safe space from conservative speakers but think it’s perfectly acceptable to burn and smash up your own campus in protest, you are a snowflake – a violent snowflake – but a snowflake nonetheless.
If you think that you, by virtue of being born, deserve a participation trophy, you are a snowflake.
If you think someone else should pay for your college education, you are a snowflake. There is no such thing as “free.” It’s not free if your neighbor pays for it.
If you think borders, walls, and immigration laws are mean, you are a snowflake.
She added that snowflakes offended by the national anthem and the American flag “should take your snowflake booty and relocate to another country since you clearly don’t appreciate this one.”
And if you are more concerned with President Dona;d Trump’s tweets than with the positive things he is accomplishing for this country, Lahren said, “you are for dang sure a snowflake.”
The 25-year-old had some parting words of advice to the perpetually offended generation.
“It’s time to wake up and realize you are special to your parents, not anyone else. You need to get over the notion that the worst thing that can happen to you is hurt feelings,” she said.
“If you sit back and wait for someone to offend you, you’re not living a very full or productive life,” she concluded. “Dry your tears, accept reality, and get to work. If you don’t like the way your life is going, change it. Life is tough, get a helmet.”
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