Fiery conservative commentator Tomi Lahren will be speaking in Sacramento next year.
Lahren will be the the keynote speaker at the Black & Blue ball, an event hosted by the Northern California chapter of the Concerns of Police Survivors. The event will take place on Jan. 13, 2018, at the Hyatt Regency Sacramento.
The Northern California Concerns of Police Survivors chapter is a non-profit organization that helps rebuild the lives of those affected by the deaths of officers killed in the line of duty.
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The 24-year-old Lahren has been the at the center of controversy in the last year for her expressing her views through Facebook videos. She’s called Black Lives Matter “the new KKK,” the mainstream media “liberals who masquerade as journalists and constantly blasts liberal “snowflakes,” according to Politico.
She rose to fame after landing her own show with Glenn Beck’s The Blaze.
However, two months ago, Lahren said she was terminated by The Blaze after claiming that she was pro-abortion rights on “The View.” She sued Beck and The Blaze for wrongful determination, according to USA Today.
She settled that wrongful determination lawsuit with Beck last month, and was allowed to keep her Facebook page, where she still posts videos, according to USA Today.