Tomi Lahren, the conservative commentator who lost her job at The Blaze this spring when she came out as pro-choice—only to immediately fail upwards to Fox News—isn’t for everyone. Ideally, she wouldn’t be for anyone, but there will always be a market for upwardly mobile young people assuring downwardly mobile old people that they’re right to be angry. Still, even in that godforsaken genre, her mean-girl sarcasm can be pretty hard to sit through. Here, for example, are her thoughts on the Las Vegas shooting:
Finding a way to turn that kind of toxic raw footage into something palatable is a daunting challenge, but musician Nick Lutsko was up to it. With the help of singer Maria Sable, he reassembled some of Lahren’s rants into a Cindy-Lauper-style pop anthem, and the results—well, see for yourself:
Is there anything that can’t be improved by slathering it with a layer of Memphis-Group-inspired squiggles and woodblock synths? Well, yes: Tomi Lahren videos. But answer me this: is there anything that can’t be improved by turning it into a song about “mouth diarrhea,” then slathering it with a layer of Memphis-Group-inspired squiggles and woodblock synths? The evidence seems to suggest there is not. But we’ll withold final judgment until someone manages to make something good out of a Dana Loesch video.