Ex-Trump Lawyer’s Claim About Not Worshipping Him Goes Up In Holy Smoke
Jenna Ellis, a former senior legal advisor to Donald Trump, was taken to Sunday school after claiming on Twitter that "literally nobody worships the ex-president."
Ellis made the bold statement after MSNBC's Joy Reid tweeted that "idolatrous" worshipers of Trump would have their thoughts on Biblical Christianity "taken with a huge pound of salt from people reasonably familiar with the gospel."
Ellis, who supported the former president in his efforts to overturn the 2020 election result because he lost, responded to Reid:
Ellis' post was soon compared to a series of strong memories.
Critics recalled the gold statue of Trump at this year's Conservative Political Action Conference, the time Trump signed Bibles while attending church, and how he, his allies and evangelicals claimed he was God sent.
Others mockingly shared right-wing memes of Trump as a deity, suggesting that his supporters, who stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6, also holy met the then president.
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