As social media continues to grow, many have tapped into the various platforms to grow their brand and promote their views. When it comes to political media, right-wing firebrand Tomi Lahren has taken advantage of her opportunity.

Tomi talks

Tomi Lahren has made a name for herself over the last year by being outspoken with her conservative opinions. The 24-year-old blonde bombshell has had a weekly show on Glenn Beck's the Blaze TV, where she has come forward as strong supporter of Donald Trump, while routinely hitting back at the regressive left and social warrior campus liberals for being overly sensitive and political correct.

Last week, Lahren appeared on "The View," and despite holding down her conservative agenda, she surprised many when she came out as pro-choice. Within minutes, Lahren received harsh backlash from conservatives, including her employee Mr. Beck. After Beck suspended Lahren on Monday, she decided to give her thoughts during a string on tweets on March 20.

Since her appearance on "The View," Tomi Lahren has faced an onslaught of hate from right-wingers who are enraged that she is a supporter of a woman's right to choose. "Funny, some of the self-appointed "conservative police" now attacking me are the same folks who hated Trump, said he wouldn't win..." Lahren wrote, in what appears to be a direct shot at Glenn Beck, who opposed Donald Trump during the election.

"Say what you want about me.

I have thick skin. I'll continue to use my platform for causes like this," Tomi Lahren wrote in another tweet, while attaching a video of a veteran speaking about issues at the VA. On Monday, Lahren sent out several more tweets, all alluding to her current situation of being suspended by Blaze TV. "No one hunts small deer this too shall pass," she wrote.

Standing ground

"When people praise you, don't let it go to your head. When people criticize you, don't let it go to your heart," Tomi Lahren noted on Twitter, while using the hashtag, "#mondaymotivation" In her most recent tweet as of press time, Lahren used humor to get her point across. "So I've got some "me" time tonight. Anything good on TV?," she tweeted, attaching the hashtag "#TeamTomi." Lahren's rift with the Blaze TV and Glenn Beck had been rumored for sometime, as her contract is set to run out in September. It's unknown when, or if, she will return to the network.