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Lauren Boebert Says SHE’S A Victim Of The Club Q Mass Shooting

Colorado Republican Congresswoman Lauren Boebert wants us all to feel sorry for her because she says that she’s also a victim of the Club Q mass shooting that left five dead and 17 others injured in Colorado Springs last Saturday.

During an appearance on One America News Network, Boebert claimed the families of the Club Q victims “don’t even have time to grieve before the Left starts pointing the blame and trying to find a cause for this instead of actually going after the deranged shooter, the evil person who did this.”

And then came the congresswoman’s claim that she’s just as much of a victim as those who were shot at the nightclub.

“I’ve been accused of just about every mass shooting there has been. I’ve been blamed for all of it. It has to come to an end. The Left is pissed I won my election, so they’re trying to find something to go after me about.”

Yeah, as if there’s any shortage of things we can “go after” Boebert for. After all, this is the same woman who has said the following things:

Boebert’s victimhood claim was met with righteous scorn on Twitter.

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Trump Attorney Jenna Ellis Says Victims Of The Club Q Shooting Are ‘Burning In Hell’

You probably remember Jenna Ellis as one of the clueless attorneys who tried to help disgraced, one-term former president Donald Trump overturn the 2020 election with specious lawsuits that were repeatedly tossed out of court with prejudice.

Ellis claims to be a Christian, and yet something she said about the mass shooting at Club Q in Colorado proves she’s just a hate-filled sack of human excrement who enjoys trying to feel superior to anyone she doesn’t like.

On her podcast, The Jenna Ellis Show, the aforementioned fake Christian proudly declared:

“The five people who were killed in the nightclub that night, there is no evidence at all that they were Christians. So assuming that they were not, that they had not accepted the truth of the gospel of Christ and affirmed Jesus Christ as the lord of their life, they are now reaping the consequences of having eternal damnation. And that is far, far greater – we should be having that conversation. Instead of just the tragedy of what happened to the body, we need to be talking about what happened to the soul and the fact that they are now in eternal separation from our lord and savior Jesus Christ.”

It won’t surprise you to learn that this isn’t the first time Ellis has said horrific things about the LGBTQ community.

In 2017, she posted this on Facebook:

“Whether or not homosexuals are nice, wise people, or misunderstood, or mean is not the issue. … Sin is always sin, even if nice people commit it.”

Ellis was lit up on Twitter for her hateful remarks.

Ellis tried to dig her way out of what she said on her podcast, asserting that she was merely trying to encourage people to get “saved.”

If Jenna Ellis wants to see who is going to hell, all she needs to do is look in the nearest mirror.