Former Trump attorney Jenna Ellis‘ comments about the victims of the Club Q shooting is a reminder to the public that the MAGA ally is not only off her rocker but is as morally empty as the rest of the judgmental GOP.
Insinuating the victims of the Colorado Springs massacre are responsible for their own terrorization, Ellis said the five innocent people killed, “are now reaping the consequences of having eternal damnation.”
On an episode of the Jenna Ellis show, the crackpot “Christian” made claims that the “real” issue is whether or not the victims subscribed to her Christo-fascist beliefs.
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 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, according to Ellis, is most important.
“Instead of just the tragedy of what happened to the body, we need to be talking about what happened to the soul,” the disgraced legal advisor told her off-camera co-host.
Watch the video clip.
Ellis is one of many former Trump attorneys subpoenaed to testify before a special grand jury in Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ investigation into Trump’s attempts to overturn Georgia’s 2020 election results.
The former Trump campaign attorney wrote a memo falsely claiming that then-Vice President Mike Pence could overturn the electoral count.
“Witness personally authored at least two legal memoranda to former President Donald Trump and another of his attorneys, Jay Sekulow, advising that Vice President Mike Pence should disregard certified electoral college votes from Georgia and other purportedly ‘contested’ states during the Joint Session of the United States Congress on January 6, 2021,” a July 5 court filing said.
“There is evidence that the Witness’s drafting of these legal memoranda was part of a multi-state, coordinated plan by the Trump Campaign to influence the results of the November 2020 election in Georgia and elsewhere,” the filing, which was intended to certify Ellis as a material witness to the inquiry, added.
The legal advisor to Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign has been vocal about her feelings about the LGBTQ community – coming under fire in 2020 for misgendering Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Rachel Levine and referring to Levine, a transgender woman, as a “guy.”
Ellis tweeted, “This guy is making decisions about your health,” prompting immediate backlash and criticism.
Dave Zirin, sports editor for The Nation, called the shameless attorney a “bully” and a “bigot.”
Jonathan Lovitz, senior vice president for the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, told Ellis, “Delete your account.”
Jenna Ellis’ most recent known job was as an advisor on State Senator Doug Mastriano’s (R-PA), campaign for governor.
A self-proclaimed Christian nationalist, the Trump-endorsed failed candidate lost big to his Democratic Jewish opponent, Josh Shapiro.
While in Ellis’ words those killed in Club Q shooting “are now in eternal separation from our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,” we’d settle for her being eternally separated from her freedom for her role in Trump’s attempts to subvert democracy.
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