Tomi Lahren, host of "Tomi" on The Blaze TV, said there is a double standard when it comes to criticisms of media hosts and comedians when they cross the line.

She referenced comedian Samantha Bee's montage of "Nazi hair" at CPAC, in which one of the subjects shown was actually a young man with stage-4 brain cancer.

Bee subsequently apologized when the man was identified, but Lahren said if Bee was conservative, she would have been criticized doubly as harsh.


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"Do you think if this was a conservative host... do you think the left would've called for them to step down or resign?" Lahren asked.

She said Bee should not be fired over the incident, but asked Democratic strategist Jessica Tarlov whether the left has shown the same outrage over the incident.

Tarlov said she and others have called for right-wing radio host Alex Jones to step down after he called Michelle Obama a transvestite on his program.

Lahren said there was more weight to Bee's case than others:

"This is about throwing around the term "Nazi" and "fascist." Those are pretty heavy labels to throw around," Lahren said.

She said the lack of outrage across the political spectrum for Bee's montage is an example of the "hypocrisy of the left."

Watch the clip above and watch the young man's interview with Fox & Friends HERE.


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