After serving a one-week suspension for pro-choice comments she made on ABC's "The View" recently, Tomi Lahren has been permanently banned from The Blaze TV, where she was the network's most popular show host.

During her March 17 appearance on "The View," Lahren referred to pro-life conservatives as hypocrites. After drawing the ire of many conservatives Lahren doubled down on her statement and refused to apologize for her beliefs, tweeting: "I have moderate, conservative, and libertarian views. I'm human. I will never apologize to anyone for being an independent thinker."

Her employer, right-wing talk radio mogul Glenn Beck -- apparently no fan of "independent thought"-- responded by bashing the 24-year-old commentator on his radio show.

On Monday, he devoted several minutes of airtime to playing old audio clips of Tomi Lahren criticizing pro-choice liberals.

Glenn Beck goes back on his word

During his Monday show, Beck added, "If you're pro-choice, you can have a job at The Blaze. I don’t hire people who are sycophants or have my opinion.”

He then suspended Lahren for one week -- for being pro-choice and holding an opinion on abortion that conflicted with his own. And now that Lahren's suspension is over, The Blaze has decided to part ways with its popular show host. The Daily Caller reports that Lahren has been "permanently banned" from Glenn Beck's conservative network, effective immediately.

The Blaze continues to lose audience

The long-term impact of Lahren's firing could have serious financial ramifications for Beck's struggling business enterprise. Page Six reports that Beck's radio show has plummeted in popularity in recent months, presumably because Beck was an outspoken "Never Trump" media figure who devotedly supported Ted Cruz during the primary season.

Page Six also reports that traffic to The Blaze website has plummeted as well:

" attracted 29 million unique visitors per month in 2014, and only 8.8 million uniques in February 2017, for a loss of more than two-thirds of its traffic," stated Page Six on Sunday.