Arian Foster STOMPS Tomi Lahren during interview with Fox News about kneeling during national anthem

Conservative-talking head Tomi Lahren had a controversial recent interview with former NFL that Arian Foster walked back about athletes kneeling in protest during the national anthem

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Conservative-talking head Tomi Lahren had a controversial recent interview with former NFL that Arian Foster walked back about athletes kneeling in protest during the national anthem

Conservative-talking head Tomi Lahren has rarely lost words, but the Fox News brand seemed to be struggling to combat the talking points of the former NFL that Arian Foster fell back during a recent interview about athletes kneeling in protest during the national anthem.

Foster agreed to appear in the latest installment of the Fox News web show from Lahren & # 39;No interruption, & # 39; after she appeared on his new podcast & # 39; Now what? & # 39;

Lahren asked Foster, a retired All-Pro who walked back, about the now infamous symbolic gesture of Colin Kaepernick, that Kaepernick started practicing during the NFL preseason 2016 after a series of high-profile police recordings of black men across America.

Foster, who played with the Houston Texans for seven seasons before ending his career with the Miami Dolphins in 2017, was one of several players kneeling at Kaepernick during the anthem to protest against police racism and brutality.

Foster, who played with the Houston Texans for seven seasons before ending his career with the Miami Dolphins in 2017, was one of several players kneeling at Kaepernick during the national anthem protesting against racism and police violence

Foster, who played with the Houston Texans for seven seasons before ending his career with the Miami Dolphins in 2017, was one of several players kneeling at Kaepernick during the national anthem protesting against racism and police violence

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Foster, who played with the Houston Texans for seven seasons before ending his career with the Miami Dolphins in 2017, was one of several players kneeling at Kaepernick during the national anthem protesting against racism and police violence

In the last episode of her Fox News web show & # 39; No interruption & # 39 ;, Lahren Foster, a retired All-Pro who walked back, asked about the now infamous symbolic gesture of Colin Kaepernick, who started practicing the Kaepernick during the NFL preseason 2016 after a series of high-profile police recordings of black men across America.

In the last episode of her Fox News web show & # 39; No interruption & # 39 ;, Lahren Foster, a retired All-Pro who walked back, asked about the now infamous symbolic gesture of Colin Kaepernick, who started practicing the Kaepernick during the NFL preseason 2016 after a series of high-profile police recordings of black men across America.

In the last episode of her Fox News web show & # 39; No interruption & # 39 ;, Lahren Foster, a retired All-Pro who walked back, asked about the now infamous symbolic gesture of Colin Kaepernick, who started practicing the Kaepernick during the NFL preseason 2016 after a series of high-profile police recordings of black men across America.

During the interview, Foster praised Lahren for being vocally pro-choice, consistent with her conservative values, but fighting her attitude and other conservatives towards the kneeling protests, which he characterized as & # 39; logically inconsistent & # 39 ;.

& # 39; I never said Colin Kaepernick or you don't have the right to kneel. You absolutely do that. I stay up all day and stay for that right, & Lahren told Foster during their exchange. & # 39; Now the NFL has the right to say: & # 39; We are your employer and you do not do that during your work & # 39; so I believe in that too. & # 39;

& # 39; Which is also ridiculous, & # 39; replied Foster.

& # 39; Well, I mean, it's an employer, & # 39; Lahren replied, & # 39; So if my employer says: & # 39; Tomi, you can't do this or you can't do that, & # 39; I mean, it's an employer. & # 39;

Colin Kaepernick began to kneel during the national anthem during the NFL preseason 2016 after a series of high-profile police recordings of black men across America
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Colin Kaepernick began to kneel during the national anthem during the NFL preseason 2016 after a series of high-profile police recordings of black men across America

Colin Kaepernick began to kneel during the national anthem during the NFL preseason 2016 after a series of high-profile police recordings of black men across America

& # 39; It's a logically inconsistent attitude on their part, & # 39; said Foster.

& # 39; If you want to say: & # 39; Do not make political statements on the field & # 39 ;, do not let the army fly in the beginning or have no deal with it that the defense ministry is advertising millions of dollars. It is a logically inconsistent attitude. & # 39;

& # 39; That could be, & # 39; admitted Lahren, & # 39; but as your employer, they can make it. & # 39;

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Of course, & # 39; Foster replied. & # 39; I appreciate your attitude to abortion because it is logically consistent with being conservative. That is my problem with people who object to the protest, it is not logically consistent and the NFL are emotionally driven. they are reactionary and not proactive. & # 39;

Lahren and Foster also discussed Donald Trump who called NFL players bastards and why Lahren struggles to get progressives to discuss politics with her in her show.

& # 39; I understand where they come from, & # 39; said Foster about Lahren's critics. & # 39; They come from a place of frustration. You are very civilized right now. You are very diplomatic and your tone is very nice and friendly. That is not how you are marketed through your network or yourself. That is not the image in which people perceive you.

Foster then constructively criticized Lahren for consciously or unconsciously inciting & # 39; to & # 39; people with her rhetoric.

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& # 39; You have been very selective about the language you use and the language you use hurts people & he said. & # 39; The language you use can turn on, I don't want to say violence because I know that's a trigger word, but it can trigger emotions and triggers in people who may not understand how to handle those things. It will feed their irrationality, okay? and so why people don't want to sit opposite you is because you are the antithesis of what they stand for. & # 39;

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