When American television host Trevor Noah invited Online Video host Tomi Lahren on The Daily show, it was anticipated that Noah put forward what all has been said over the last few months of the Presidential Elections.
The discussion between the Conservative Lahren and Noah began with Noah asking her, “Why are you so angry all the time?”
Lahren went on to say that she is upset about people protesting against Donald Trump being elected as the 45th President of the United States of America. In our honest opinion, the arguments between the two were more logical and reasonable than what we witnessed in the presidential debates. Noah and the audience were amused when Lahren said she believes Trump is leave leaded and reasonable. There was a similar moment when she expressed not being a racist by saying that she doesn’t see colors, Noah asked her, “What do you do at the traffic lights?”
Noah was able to maintain is famous calm and composed demeanor during the debate, but he was visibly moved when the topic of Lahren’s comparison of the Black Live Matter with the KKK came up. She was putting forward her perspective that Black Lives Matter is resulting in riots and deaths of innocent people and cops who are just doing their duty. And this is what KKK did. Noah put forward a beautiful argument that some people doing something wrongful does not make the whole movement wrong (which is nowhere similar to the idea with which the KKK started). And we agree with Noah, there is difference between movement for equal rights and fascism, huge difference.
When the topic of Lahren criticizing Colin Kaepernick’s peaceful protest by kneeling during the National Anthem, Noah asked her if a person can’t protest by simply kneeling on his knees, or by raising his voice peacefully, how can he put his point forward?
When all was said and done, we were really happy to see how two people with opposing points of view can discuss matter without losing their calm and composure, and actually have a reasonable and civil conversation. We wish our presidential debates were like that.