'If Free Speech Offends You, Too Bad': Tomi Lahren on What Fox Nation Is All About
Watch the 'First Look' recap.
Tomi Lahren touted the launch of Fox Nation in her "Final Thoughts" commentary Sunday night during a sneak peek at the programming featured on the new online streaming platform.
As Fox Nation opens up for subscriptions, Lahren said all Americans, no matter who they voted for, deserve a platform where issues are debated with intellectual honesty.
"At times, it may be politically incorrect," she said, adding "if free speech offends you, too bad."
She said the conversations will focus on everyday Americans who have been "ignored" for far too long.
"The ranchers, the farmers, the soldiers, the veterans, the police officers, the first responders, the teachers, the nurses, the moms and dads that make this country great and fight to keep it that way. Because you matter," she said in "Final Thoughts," which will be available exclusively on Fox Nation for members.
On the "Fox Nation First Look" show, we also met Tyrus and Britt McHenry, who will host a Fox Nation show each day called "UN-PC."
Tomi and Pete Hegseth hit the streets to talk to veterans in the San Diego area. For every fan signing up for Fox Nation on Veterans Day (November 11th), Fox Nation will donate $5 to the charity Folds of Honor, which provides educational scholarships to the children and spouses of fallen and disabled service members.
Jesse Watters presented some of his classic "Watters' World" segments. Fox Nation subscribers will have exclusive access to library of his signature "Watters' Worlds."
Monday morning on "Fox & Friends," Lahren showed off some of the gear available for Fox Nation Founding Members.
The subscription tiers include a variety of merchandise for Founding Members, including a custom-made Challenge Coin, a Fox Nation hat, Fox Nation rocks glasses and a tactical watch by MTM.
Take a look at the merchandise in the clip below.