There really isn’t much more to say after you’ve seen “I’ve been silenced” in a tweet from ABC News announcing that Tomi Lahren is speaking out about her lawsuit against Glenn Beck and TheBlaze.

Lahren appeared on “Nightline” to describe the details of her silencing to ABC’s viewing audience.

For better or for worse, Beck chose to hand Lahren a microphone a while back, and Lahren parlayed that exposure into a guest spot on ABC’s “The View,” where she announced that she’s pro-choice.

Lahren says she was terminated because of her comments on “The View,” while TheBlaze released a statement questioning how she can claim to have been fired when she “remains under contract (and is still being paid).” While that is worked out through lawyers, Lahren insists that she’s been silenced:

“I get up in the morning and I don’t have a job to go to,” she said. “I don’t sit down in my chair and deliver my ‘Final Thoughts,’ I don’t have a dressing room, so I’m terminated, I’m fired … the way I look at things, I’m not doing what I was contracted to do, which was produce a television show, a political talk show.”


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