Apparently, in anticipation of an upcoming summit at which Lahren will speak, the organization launched an ad Monday featuring an uncomfortable-looking Lahren alongside some text.
“Dear liberal snowflakes,” the ad says. “Nothing is free; crying doesn’t solve problems; screaming doesn’t make you right; not everyone is a winner; there are no ‘safe spaces.’”
Twitter, of course, immediately turned the ad (which is ripe for quick Photoshop doctoring) into a meme, blasting Lahren for the hypocrisies within the statements.
For one thing, conservatives totally lost their shit over coffeemakers this weekend when Keurig pulled ads from Sean Hannity’s show after he defended alleged sexual predator Roy Moore. So who’s really the crybaby here?
— THE LEGO COUCH GUY (@ironghazi) November 13, 2017
— 🍂Tinz🍂(has never been banned from a mall)🍂 (@TinzRules) November 13, 2017
you're not totally wrong pic.twitter.com/CCkfAsGq8Q
— nothing doing (@myleshowardwc) November 13, 2017
— celeste (@celeste_cheryl) November 13, 2017
— Joe of Arc (@notjoeofarc) November 13, 2017
Adding fuel to the meme fire, Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk literally wore a diaper last month to signal his opposition to safe spaces.
lmao isn't this you guys pic.twitter.com/5JjhFr3WoJ
— i'm a big boy and my paper mean (@420_obama) November 13, 2017
— Chris…just Chris🌹 (@leisurelefty) November 13, 2017
Lol you guys literally put on diapers to try to own people. pic.twitter.com/3KrZ3FERyd
— Commie Red Eyes ☭ ☭ ☭ ☭ ☭ ☭ ☭ ☭ ☭ (@punksandwitch) November 13, 2017
so did these guys have help changing their diapers or was it a DIY affair pic.twitter.com/eJVY5V8tBO
— gram toker’s dankula 🔜 MFF (@JUNIUS_64) November 13, 2017
All of this is almost as funny as that time Lahren posed for selfie—only to be completely denigrated.