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MP Lauren Boebert says she is being blamed by the left for the recent spate of mass shootings.
"There has to be an end to this blame game," Boebert told OAN.
Her remarks come after she was blown up over LGBTQ rhetoric after the Colorado Springs shooting.
GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert says she was blamed for the recent Colorado Springs tragedy -- and other mass shootings -- after her anti-LGBTQ comments and pro-gun stance resurfaced.
During an appearance on OAN, a right-wing media organization, Boebert said she's been accused of "almost every mass shooting" by "the left," according to The Independent.
"Whether it's Uvalde, or the King Soopers shooting in Boulder, Colorado, or the shooting in Buffalo, New York. Or even Paul Pelosi getting hammered," she said.
According to the outlet, the congresswoman continued, "There has to be an end to this blame game. You know, I think the left is mad that I won my election and that's why they're trying to find something to haunt me about. I have expressed my concern for the families and the victims and the way they are coming after me is absolutely disgusting."
After the Club Q shooting, which killed five people and injured 25 others, Boebert issued a statement sending prayers to the victims and calling the shooting "absolutely horrifying." She added, "This lawless violence must end quickly."
The Colorado lawmaker, who has opposed protecting civil rights for the LGBTQ community, has met with opposition, including from Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
"@laurenboebert you have played an important role in spreading the anti-LGBT+ hate rhetoric and the lies against transgender people while spending your time in Congress blocking even the most sane gun safety legislation," AOC tweeted. "You don't 'thought and pray' your way out of here. Look within and change."
Advocates pointed out that anti-LGBTQ rhetoric from right-wing politicians has damaged the community.
“When an entire group of people are dehumanized by elected officials and faith leaders for political gain or to gain influence, there are consequences,” Bruce Parker, the associate director of the Colorado nonprofit Out Boulder County, told Natalie Musumeci of Insider. "These people, with their rhetoric and hateful legal attacks on LGBTQ people, put targets on our backs."
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