Tomi on Dems' Calls to Lower Voting Age: 'When You Can't Win an Election, You Change the Rules'
'Another way for them to pad their voting bloc.'
Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren said Democrats are suggesting radical proposals like lowering the voting age to 16 because they believe they have to change the rules to win elections.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi last week stated her support for lowering the federal voting age to 16, and other prominent Democratic lawmakers and presidential candidates -- such as Beto O'Rourke -- have signaled their openness to the proposal.
"It's pretty simple, when you can't win an election, you change the rules," Lahren said on "Fox & Friends" Wednesday.
She predicted there will be more radical suggestions like these in the lead-up to the 2020 election, noting that 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said this week that she is in favor of eliminating the U.S. Electoral College.
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Lahren pointed out that in her remarks about lowering the voting age, Pelosi said it's really important to "capture kids when they're in high school."
Lahren argued that the House Speaker is well aware that liberal indoctrination starts at a very early age.
"It used to start in college. Now, it starts in elementary school, middle school, high school. And they want to capture those kids very early," she said.
"This is just another way for them to pad their voting bloc. ... It's just the Democrats doing what they can to try to win an election, which they can't do unless they change the rules."
Lahren also previewed the must-see new episode of "No Interruption" on Fox Nation, which drops on Friday. Watch the "Fox & Friends" segment above!