This Tomi Lahren Anti-Abortion Movie Is Going To Be The Worst Thing Ever

While Tomi Lauren and Milo Yiannopoulos have technically been getting paid to act for years, thanks to a new pro-life film called Roe v. Wade, it’s unfortunately official. Milo Yiannopoulos, the British right-wing political commentator, will be playing an abortion doctor while Lahren, a product of the white, bleach-blonde women factory at Fox News, will be playing the daughter of Supreme Court Justice David Sopher. According to The Daily Beast, Yiannopoulos will be featured performing 32 abortions in the only scene he has in the film as an “Anglo-Jew from India, with an unusual habit of an awkward giggle at the end of every sentence.” Lahren’s big scene will have her confronting her father as a Planned Parenthood volunteer. Meanwhile, Meryl Streep’s scene will show her crying quietly in the corner at the destruction of her art form. (JK, but a girl can dream).

A story originally published in The Hollywood Reporter from the perspective of Roe v. Wade’s writer-director-producer duo Cathy Allyn and Nick Loeb, said the film documents “the 1973 Supreme Court decision that guaranteed a woman’s right to an abortion” with a “pro-life tilt.” Considering the alt-right leader Yiannopoulos and Trump loyalist Lahren are on board, it’s probably more like a deep dive than a tilt. Several other conservatives have agreed to play Supreme Court justices and other roles including conservative pundit Stacey Dash and actors Jon Voight and Robert Davi. The filming, which has been primarily in New Orleans, is scheduled to wrap July 15.

While all of that is low-key nightmarish, here’s where things get interesting. Cast members have been reportedly bailing on the project in large numbers due to the fact that the filmmakers have been misrepresenting the film’s true content. A crew member said, “When people finally receive the script, they’ve dropped out really fast. After people started dropping out, they said, ‘OK, don’t send people the scripts anymore.” I’m not sure how to tell this film crew that eventually actors have to read the script. Maybe they’re hoping they can just edit a bunch of out-of-order sentences together like my eighth grade video production project?

Not only the actors are dropping, though. Most of the filming was taking place at Tulane University, until the school discovered the message of the film and kicked them off the premises. The original director and assistant director dropped out on the first day of filming, as well as a costumer, location manager, and several other crew members the second they learned they were about to make an anti-abortion propaganda flick with the production quality of a Lifetime Christmas movie. As for Lahren and Yiannopoulos, a crew member reported that nobody knew they were even on board and “somebody requested that no pictures of them be up” in the production office. Hate to break it to you Lauren and Milo, but we’re all going to find out about this movie, and we’re all going to host viewing parties that benefit Planned Parenthood. 

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Someone Threw Water At Tomi Lahren And Nobody Knows How To Feel

Welp, it finally happened. Some rando outdid blackout me at brunch and threw water on Tomi Lahren at a restaurant in Minneapolis. With the world being a giant dumpster fire and all, this story is considered news that’s fit to print. But what’s even more surprising is that Tomi Lahren didn’t melt like the Wicked Witch of the West when water was thrown on her. Now, before you come for me in the comments about how I’m being like, such a bitch for comparing Tomi Lahren to a witch, let’s remember that she once literally compared Black Lives Matter to the KKK. Her comparison is more offensive, and karma is the real bitch here, not me. Just saying.

Much like the whole Laurel vs. Yanny debacle, this whole thing has caused quite an uproar on Twitter, and everyone has an opinion about it. Some people think Tomi Lahren deserves to get water thrown on her because of all of the racist, toxic shit she says. Others think that it’s never okay to go as low as throwing a drink on someone just because you disagree with them. Some people hear Yanny, and they’re wrong. Why the fuck would anyone ever be saying Yanny???

Surprise, surprise, Trump found the time during his five hour McDonald’s lunch break busy day to tweet about the whole water throwing saga.

Everybody is with Tomi Lahren, a truly outstanding and respected young woman! @foxandfriends

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 23, 2018

Just one note here: I would say “everybody” is a stretch re: being “with Tomi Lahren”, because clearly some people aren’t, i.e. the woman who threw the water, the thousands of people who took to twitter to lol about the whole sitch, etc. etc. Also, imagine being so shitty that nobody can decide whether or not it is okay to throw things at you? Like, for 99.9% of the population that is not a question.

Whether or not you believe it’s okay to throw a beverage at someone, you do have to admire the woman for being economic enough to throw her water and not a drink containing something precious like alcohol. I think that’s something we as a nation can all come together on. Although, not all nations have the luxury of having clean water to just throw away. Also, Flint still doesn’t have clean water. Fuck. Nvm, everything is controversial, byeeeeee!

Update: Since the incident took place, Tomi has posted this sultry American flag selfie on Instagram, so I think it is safe to say she’s gonna be okay:

Sometimes you rise from the ashes. Other times, you create them. Be the whole fire. Thanks to #TeamTomi and @realdonaldtrump and even a few of my harshest critics for having my back. I appreciate you! #TeamTomi #nobaddays #thankyou

A post shared by Tomi Lahren (@tomilahren) on

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