Fox Nation's Tomi Lahren Says Liberals Branded Her 'Nazi Barbie'

Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren has said that some critics insulted her over the weekend by throwing eggs at her and calling her "Nazi Barbie." She described those insulting her as "liberal" and "left."

Lahren spoke to Fox Radio's Jimmy Failla, who hosts Fox Across America, on Monday and described her recent experiences as examples of how "emboldened" those on the left have become.

Lahren is the host of No Interruption on Fox Nation, a streaming service that spun off from Fox News in 2018. She previously worked at pro-Trump advocacy group Great America Alliance and became a Fox News contributor in 2017.

"Just this past weekend I had two incidents. I had a girl from the sixth floor of an apartment complex try to throw eggs at me," Lahren told Failla.

"Of course, being a liberal, she's not super athletic. So she missed me. But yes, she tried to throw eggs at me.

"Yesterday, I had a grown man with a cigarette in hand and a mask on his face telling me once again that I'm 'Nazi Barbie' and telling me that I dance on the graves of Native Americans," she said.

"I mean, the left has become so emboldened now that where it used to be, for me, just people attacking me on social media, now they're doing what Maxine Waters said and they're getting more confrontational because they believe they have this free pass," Lahren went on.

"And I'm concerned it's only going to get worse, for all of us," she said.

Lahren is referring to comments by Representative Maxine Waters, a Democrat who represents California's 43rd congressional district. Waters called for Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin to be found guilty of the killing of George Floyd while attending a protest on April 17 and urged further action.

"We've got to stay on the street, and we've got to get more active," Waters said. "We've got to get more confrontational. We've got to make sure that they know that we mean business."

She made the comments before final arguments in the Chauvin trial. Republicans strongly criticized Waters' remarks and introduced a motion of censure against her in the House of Representatives. This was defeated on a party-line vote.

Lahren spoke about "the intimidation factor" from her critics and discussed recent protests on a visit to Clemson University. Around 200 people were involved in the protest, according to Greenville News. She was speaking at a "Back the Blue" event organized by conservative group Turning Point USA.

"They want diversity of everything, except thought and opinion," Lahren said on Monday.

Lahren told Failla the insults "always make me laugh."

"[I]f I let those things bother me, I wouldn't be able to live my life," she said.

Newsweek has asked Tomi Lahren and Representative Maxine Waters for comment.

Fox Nation Host Tomi Lahren in 2019
TV personality Tomi Lahren attend the premiere of the film "No Safe Spaces" at TCL Chinese Theatre on November 11, 2019 in Hollywood, California. Lahren has said people on the left have become "emboldened." Michael Tullberg/Getty Images