Conservative show host Tomi Lahren has been catching heat for deleting tweets from her college days — which only means going back as far as 2012.
The 24-year-old TheBlaze personality deleted the offending Twitter posts after they were recently shared by her detractors on social media.
But the purge didn’t go unnoticed, causing a second wave of online vitriol, so Lahren took to Facebook to explain some of the more controversial tweets from when she was a student at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas.
Watch the video below as she goes line-by-line offering the backstory to a handful of those online dispatches.
For one, Lahren stood her ground, combating criticism for expressing her frustration in a tweet over non-English speakers at her school.
“I don’t know why y’all are thinking this is so scandalous because I say this pretty much on a weekly basis,” she said in her video response on Thursday.
Are you satisfied with her explanation?
Some social media users weren’t, and jumped on the excuse to make fun of Lahren.
— #J20 (@Delo_Taylor) January 10, 2017
Lahren made waves late last year when she appeared on “The Daily Show” and sparred with Trevor Noah over protests to Donald Trump’s presidential election victory and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Eventually during the appearance, the young political commentator famously claimed she doesn’t “see color,” which drew laughs and gasps from the Comedy Central crowd.
“I am your worst nightmare,” Lahren said on her show following the “Daily Show” appearance. “I don’t care what you label me or how many times you come for me. I am fearless and I’m just getting started.”
Earlier this week, she blasted Meryl Streep and most of the guest at Sunday’s Golden Globes following the Oscar winner’s now-famous anti-Trump speech.