On Monday’s “Hannity,” host Sean Hannity brought up a boycott for an elite Upper East Side school that parents are planning because Trump’s grandson “is rumored to be attending kindergarten there in the fall.”
TheBlaze’s Tomi Lahren was on the set and absolutely blistered the proposed boycott, saying the left has no problem “going low” and attacking the president’s family, which includes his grandson.
“Sadly, this is just the latest example of the left demeaning the family of President Trump,” he said.
“Why are they going after kids and what would happen if we did that?” Hannity then asked Lahren.
Lahren immediately used Michelle Obama’s and the Democrat party’s favorite expression against them, saying, “When they go low, we go high.”
“It’s a different set of standards, obviously,” she said.
She then turned her attention toward the mothers who brought up the boycott, saying that if they’re that bothered by a kid coming into kindergarten then “it’s going to be a rough life for some of these individuals.”
Jessica Tarlov, director of research at Bustle, echoed Lahren’s sentiment, calling the parents’ behavior “unacceptable.”
“I think that going after a ten-year-old is completely unacceptable,” she said. “Boycotting a school, it’s a great school, completely unacceptable.”
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