Great America Alliance did not respond to a request for comment from HuffPost confirming or denying the report, but judging from its latest landing page, which features a giant image of Lahren, it’s safe to assume they’ve reached some sort of agreement:
As a so-called “social welfare group,” Great America Alliance doesn’t have to disclose who its funders are or how much it receives. But its sister organization, a super PAC with the same name, raised $30 million during the 2016 campaign, which it spent on Trump advocacy efforts across the country.
Lahren fell out of favor with Beck (who has since offered a job to disgraced former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly) after she appeared on “The View” in March and accused anti-abortion conservatives of hypocrisy.
“I’m pro-choice,” Lahren said during the interview, “and here’s why: I can’t sit here and be a hypocrite and say I’m for limited government but I think that the government should decide what women should do with their bodies.”
Clarification: Language has been updated to better describe Lahren’s statements on abortion access.