Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren called out the media for an apparent double standard in the coverage of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's blackface scandal, accusing some journalists of holding only Republicans "accountable for their mistakes."
Last week, a new picture and video surfaced showing Trudeau wearing blackface, in the third such incident to emerge in 24 hours. One of the photos showed a costumed Trudeau darkened by makeup for an "Arabian Nights" gala he attended in 2001.
From yesterday: When you run on sanctimony, govern on arrogance and expect perfection, you find yourself in an awful quandary when you fall short of your own standards. My column: https://t.co/xJtBh2OSSQ— Robyn Urback (@RobynUrback) September 20, 2019
Great job by the Canadian media following up on this story— Prosperity Canada 🇨🇦 (@CanadaProsper) September 22, 2019
Wait... sorry. This is from a British paper. #cdnmedia continues to carry water for #BrownFaceTrudeau
“Inside the charity gala where Justin Trudeau shocked 500 guests with blackface” #cdnpoli https://t.co/ayGooJpTiV
"Look, I get that people of all political parties, affiliations, and even countries make mistakes but here’s the thing…seems to me only conservatives have to pay the price," said Lahren...
"Just ask Roseanne Barr," said Lahren. "The double standard is so commonplace we might as well accept the 'Liberal privilege.'"