This website made in honor of Tomi Lahren trolls the conservative host in the best way


Tomi Lahren, host of Tomi on Glenn Beck's conservative news site the Blaze, has developed a reputation of opposing pretty much anything liberals hold dear. She's made it her life's work to sound off on public figures like actor/activist Jesse Williams and Meryl Streep, as well as entire communities, including gays and Muslims — even pretty much all non-conservative women. 

The dizzying mental gymnastics she demonstrated in labeling Colin Kaepernick's protest of systemic oppression as un-American went viral and was later eviscerated during an awkward interview on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. 

But rather than conducting a one-on-one interview with the "white power Barbie" to dissect her conservative opinions, one liberal snowflake is fighting back against Lahren's rhetoric in the best way possible. Internet, meet

Mic/Sam Hopkins

The site, created by Sam Hopkins, a 23-year-old software engineer, lists links to donate to Planned Parenthood, the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, the American Civil Liberties Union, and the Environmental Defense Fund. All set to a tiled backdrop of Lahren's 2014 tweet "Anyone else need a drink? #Vday," which Lahren attempted to defend after it was dug up among other tweets showing Lahren's not-too-distant partying and Nixon-sympathizing past.

Hopkins unveiled the site in a Facebook post, saying, "To my knowledge, [Lahren] does not have her own website, but I think we can all agree a woman of her stature and mind deserves an equally impressive website."

Hopkins told the Huffington Post that he'd been searching for "political-themed domain names to buy and stumbled across" He originally hoped to land, but said that domain was taken. So he shelled out $18 and settled for, a move for which we are all grateful.

Despite the fact that she's reportedly pro-choice and supports gay marriage, Lahren's long list of conservative ideologies — she's pro-guns and anti-Muslim, is anti-protester, dismisses climate change as just "weather" and equates Black Lives Matter with the KKK — makes Hopkins' website a satirical goldmine. Since its launch, there has been a wave of social media posts sharing the link, with some sarcastically applauding Lahren by sharing and donating through it.