Tomi Lahren Is 'Heartless' for Kicking Her Dog During Fox News Interview, Says PETA
“I had to kick her about five times during the show,” Lahren tells her Instagram followers after Fox News appearance.
Tomi Lahren kicking her dog is all the proof PETA needs to declare the conservative pundit to be "heartless."
Lahren decided to tell her Instagram followers on Wednesday that she kicked her little dog, Kota, "about five times" while shooting a "Fox & Friends" interview remotely, and naturally, PETA’s Senior Director of Cruelty Casework Stephanie Bell had some thoughts.
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"Only a heartless person would kick a dog just for doing what dogs normally do -— and a reasonable person would simply have moved out of the way or moved the animal," Bell told TheWrap after Lahren shared the video — which we assume was meant to be some kind of cute — on her Instagram Story.
Bell added that Lahren "needs lessons in basic empathy and logic."
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Despite the kicks, Kota still seemed pretty happy to be by Lahren’s side in the video she posted.
"Why don’t you tell the world what you were doing during my entire ‘Fox & Friends’ hit," Lahren said in the vode. "Oh I know, chewing on her damn bone as loud as she possibly could. So I had to kick her about five times during the show."
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