Host of “Tomi Lahren Is Fearless” on Outkick Tomi Lahren joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to share her thoughts on the pushback the Los Angeles Dodgers are starting to get from players like Clayton Kershaw and Blake Treinen over the team’s decision to honor the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence during their Pride Night on June 16th.

“Here’s what I think we’re starting to see, though. I am married to a former baseball player, now a current coach. And I’m well aware that most baseball players are conservative. Not all, but the majority of baseball players are conservative. And they’ve had to stand by for so long and do the Pride nights and salute all these false idols and they don’t want to salute. But then things started getting blasphemous and then that’s where you pushed them too far. So now you’re starting to see these athletes finally coming out and standing up. And I think it’s great that they finally pushed us, and when I say us I mean conservatives, to the limit, because finally we’re willing to stand up. You know, when it was just a little here, a little there, nobody wanted to rock the boat. But now it’s getting so egregious that we have no choice but to stand up. So it actually might be a good thing. They have done the work for us. So thank you to the radical Left.”

Plus, Tomi and Jimmy discuss why Target will have a tough time recovering from the recent backlash it has received from conservatives. Listen to the podcast to hear what else she had to say!