People were fine with the Breakfast Club when all they were doing was running fake interviews with Hillary Clinton talking about how much she loves hot sauce, and laying the psychological foundation for bringing back stop-and-frisk, but god forbid he should walk down the street with a white chick.
What year is this, 1955?
Did it not occur to these people that he might be trying to get her to come on his show? This broad Lahren is a rising media figure whether we like it or not, and this is about to be Donald Trump's America. Charlamagne tha God is the co-host of a morning radio show on a station run by iHeartRadio, i.e. Clear Channel, which could give a rat's ass about what Black People Twitter thinks. They're not up there giving out offer codes for Bevel.
Even if this wasn't just a cynical attempt to boost ratings and apply oil to Charlamagne's personal brand just in time for the release of his book Black Privilege, which I can assure you it is (I've spoken with executives at iHeart), there's nothing wrong with having conservatives on your show. It wouldn't even be wrong if they were friends. Not that anyone on the Internets has a very high opinion of me anyway, but trust me when I say that you don't even want to know some of the people I've been friends with.
Now, it would be an issue if Charlamagne tha God had her on the Breakfast Club and didn't rip her a new asshole both literally and figuratively. Which he probably wouldn't, despite his reputation for keeping it real. We already saw what happened when he had Hillary Clinton and Lena Dunham on the show. He didn't treat them nearly as disrespectfully as he did, say, Beanie Sigel. Hillary Clinton I can kinda understand, because the Clinton family has people killed, but there's no reason Lena Dunham should ever be taken seriously.
Lahren was a guest the other day on the Daily Show, which is still a thing. I'm not quite sure how that went. I skimmed a few articles on it, but they may have been "fake news." I saw a few people saying that this was the moment that Trevor Noah finally proved himself worthy of hosting the Daily Show, but I feel like I see that same article pop up every six weeks or so, and it's probably planted by the PR department at Comedy Central every time. I also saw a few people upset with Noah for even giving this cracka bitch a platform, especially after they were spotted out having drinks. It wasn't clear whether or not they'd actually seen the show.