Tomi Lahren: Maxine Waters Made My Personal Life 'Worse' and 'More Dangerous'

Chelsea Handler (L) and Tomi Lahren at the 'Chelsea Handler in Conversation with Tomi Lahren' at Politicon at Pasadena Convention Center on July 29, 2017 in Pasadena, California. John Sciulli/Getty Images for Politicon

Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren is blaming Democratic Representative Maxine Waters, who encouraged her followers to publicly shame conservatives supporting President Trump, for her personal life getting "worse" in recent weeks.

Lahren called out Waters on Fox News' Justice with Judge Jeanine Saturday night after the California representative applauded the Red Hen restaurant for refusing to serve White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and asked her followers to stage similar protests against any Trump officials seen in public.

"What the left believes is, if you challenge their way of thinking and their world view in an articulate manner, they believe that that's harassment," Lahren said. "However, they can go out in public up to me at a restaurant, at a bar, at a mall and confront me and say nasty things or throw things at me and to them, it's one and the same."

Lahren continued: "Judge, I've got to tell you, since Maxine Waters came out and she encouraged her followers and her supporters to, I guess, continue the attacks on the right. It's gotten worse."

"I've seen it in my personal life get worse in the last couple of weeks," she said.

"Since Maxine Waters came out and encouraged her followers and supporters to I guess continue the attacks on the right, it’s gotten worse…I have seen it in my personal life get worse."- @TomiLahren

— Jeanine Pirro (@JudgeJeanine) July 8, 2018

Former judge Jeanine Pirro then pointed out that Waters, who has repeatedly called for Trump to be impeached, has not apologized for asking the public to push back on conservatives.

"No, she didn't apologize, and she's actually making it very dangerous, especially for young women like myself," Lahren said. "I find it funny because many of the people who have been attacked, harassed, assaulted have been conservative women."

Lahren asked, "Where's the left on this?"

"Where are the feminists that are about female empowerment? TimesUp, MeToo—where are their voices in this?" she said. "Because I don't see them coming out to defend conservative women, as they should, when we are literally being attacked for our beliefs."

Lahren is not the first conservative news commentator to bash Waters.

Fox News host Laura Ingraham shortly after the incident with Sanders late last month claimed that Waters would be responsible for any violence coming from public shaming of conservatives.

"And any blood spilled will be on the hands—remember what happened a year ago to Steve Scalise," Ingraham said, referring to the representative who was shot at a Republican baseball practice last year. "Any blood spilled will be on the hands of Maxine Waters and any Democrats or 'Never Trumpers' condoning tacitly or explicitly these Antifa-style tactics of vicious intimidation."