Protests have been erupting all over the country after a Kentucky grand jury brought no charges against police officers in the death of Breonna Taylor.

On Thursday, Fox News anchor Tomi Lahren’s name began trending after she shared a series of tweets defending the officers in the case. While the majority of her posts were criticized, Taylor’s supporters appeared to be outraged over one tweet in particular.

“It is NOT an officer’s duty to gamble with his/her life so you can happily and comfortably resist arrest,” Lahren wrote.

Taylor’s support flocked to Twitter to slam Lahren over her insensitive comment.

“Tomi (Nazi Barbie) loves the right to bear arms and protect yourself... when it’s white people bearing arms and protecting themselves. If a POC does the same... it’s criminal. The officers’ duty is not to gamble with ANYONE’s life,” one individual wrote.

Kenneth Walker, Taylor's boyfriend and licensed gun owner, allegedly opened fire when officers are said to have attempted to break down the door while executing a no-knock warrant. He didn't know they were police officers, ABC reports.

Another person added, “Ignoring the actual details of the case... yeah, Tomi, that kind of IS their duty. If extrajudicial government execution is deemed an appropriate response to ‘resisting arrest,’ then we live in a police state, not a free country.”

Meanwhile, one person suggested that there is a reason why people resist arrest.

“Maybe people wouldn’t resist arrest if they weren’t being constantly harassed, falsely arrested, terrorized, and ruthlessly killed for decades by crooked racist KKKops all over this country. Ever think of that, Tomi?” the individual tweeted.

Brett Hankison was the only officer charged in relation to the incident that claimed Taylor’s life on March 13. Hankison was charged with three counts of “wanton endangerment” for shooting into a neighbor’s apartment while executing the warrant on Taylor’s apartment.

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In this photo, Tomi Lahren at 'Chelsea Handler in Conversation with Tomi Lahren' panel during Politicon at Pasadena Convention Center on July 29, 2017, in Pasadena, California. Getty Images / Joshua Blanchard