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Angry, young conservative pundit Tomi Lahren hates whiny, liberal snowflakes, Planned Parenthood and gun control, and thinks that climate change is fake. So what better way to troll her and accomplish something good at the same time than to make a website with her name on it where you can donate to causes that help the very things she stands against.

On Monday, a man named Sam Hopkins posted on Facebook saying that he'd done just that, with a link to that website: tomilahren.org.

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The past 3 months in American politics have been tumultuous to say the least, and through it all the incomparable Tomi...

Posted by Sam Hopkins on Monday, January 23, 2017

In his post, he wrote, "To my knowledge, she does not have her own website, but I think we can all agree a woman of her stature and mind deserves an equally impressive website. So, I made one for her. Feel free to share and give feedback!"

That actually sounds like an enthusiastic Tomi Lahren fan, right? Which is why it's even funnier when you click on the link to the website, where you'll see a simple, single page site, with a background made up of one of Lahren's old tweets tiled repeatedly. Along with this simple design, Hopkins, a 23-year-old software development engineer Hopkins included some links to donate to places that Tomi Lahren most definitely does not support, namely: Planned Parenthood, Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, American Civil Liberties Union, and the Environmental Defense Fund.

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Lahren, who hosts her own show called Tomi on the conservative news site founded by Glenn Beck called TheBlaze, would absolutely hate this website. But clearly, other people love it.

Speaking to the Huffington Post, Hopkins said,

I spent a good amount of time on Sunday looking up political themed domain names to buy and stumbled across TomiLahren.org. I originally wanted to buy alternativefacts.news and turn it into a satirical site.

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Unfortunately alternativefacts.news wasn't available, so for $18 Hopkins bought TomiLahren.org instead. According to the Huffington Post, the site has received over 191,000 in just the few days since it was created.

So please, go to it, and while you're there, take a moment to donate, if you can!

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