Anti-Trump Group Plans Protest of Tomi Lahren Event at Keswick Theatre in Glenside

An anti-Trump group known as Refuse Facism, has announced that it will hold a protest during the May 17th appearance of Tomi Lahren at the Keswick Theater.

Lahren, 25, a conservative political commentator, and a FOX News contributor, is appearing at the theatre in “Tomi Lahren: Family, Freedom and Final Thoughts.

From the theater’s website:

Be among the first to join renowned conservative commentator, Tomi Lahren, for an exclusive evening of dialogue and discussion, covering all of today’s hot-button issues. Well-known for her political commentary, Tomi brings her unique voice to the live stage in a series of topic-driven segments, social media dialogue and audience Q&A. With her finger on the political and pop-culture pulse, you won’t want to miss this unforgettable night filled with sharp insights, passionate perspective and of course, “Final Thoughts.”

Refuse Facism wants the event cancelled and has encouraged its followers to call, tweet and post on the Keswick Theatre’s Facebook Page, in hopes of getting it to cancel the event. Below is the image on the scheduled protest event.


Currently over 200 comments are posted on The Keswick Theatre’s Facebook page under the scheduled event. The majority are complaints expressing disappointment in the Keswick for scheduling Tomi Lahren. There are no visible responses from the Keswick to those complaining other than a copy of a message that was sent to an individual stating, “as a public assembly facility we provide a space for a multitude of performers, speakers and artists who have varying opinions on a myriad of issues, again, in a respectful environment.”

 Refuse Fascism states on its website  that it is “a movement of people coming from diverse perspectives, united in our recognition that the Trump/Pence Regime poses a catastrophic danger to humanity and the planet, and that it is our responsibility to drive them from power through non-violent protests that grow every day until our demand is met.”