Tomi Lahren: ‘Don’t Touch Those Who Don’t Want to be Touched’

What a day to be alive, eh? It seems like there are only two categories in our country now: the rapists and the accusers.

It’s as if we are living through Salem all over again! If you don’t like someone, accuse them of rape! They will immediately have their name dragged through the mud and there’s nothing they can do about it!

Conservative commentator Tomi Lahren gave some very simple advice on the situation: ‘Just don’t touch anyone who does not want to be touched!’

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Lahren said, “I think I speak for the women around the world when I say, keep it in your pants. If you’re old enough to be my dad, chances are high I don’t want you to touch me.”

She continued, “Most women don’t care how rich or powerful or influential you are, we don’t want to be touched. Period. Not in the bar. In a car. In a plane. In an office. WE DON’T WANT TO BE TOUCHED.”

She started to sound like Dr. Seuss there for a minute! While she did address the handsy men, she also called out the women who cry wold as well.

She said, “I also hope future generations of women will be strong and empowered enough to call out predators immediately … and not wait 20 years to say something,” Lahren added, “If there’s a silver lining in all this, maybe it’s a lesson to young girls, speak up, speak out and stand your ground.”


She’s completely right. Don’t ever cry wolf. However, if something does happen, come forward immediately and tell the truth. Don’t wait 30 years. Details and memories fade and by that point.

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