Jenna Ellis: It’s ‘tragic’ that people killed in the Club Q shooting will now face ‘eternal damnation’

During a segment on her podcast The Jenna Ellis Show, Trump lawyer and conservative commentator Jenna Ellis said that while a mass shootings are terrifying, what’s more terrifying is God’s judgement.

“Satan doesn’t care which lie you buy into,” Ellis said. “He just cares that you don’t buy into the truth of Christianity, and that’s why you see in any other lifestyle besides Christian truth that’s affirmed, that’s accepted, that’s lauded as heroic to the left and the people who hate the truth and anything else besides living as a Christian and testifying to the truth is accepted in the culture, and that should tell us something, because the Bible also says that we need to fear God and that we need to fear him who can ultimately have the life or death over the soul instead of anyone who can kill the body.”

Ellis’s comments came after the shooting on Saturday at an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs that left five people dead and more than a dozen injured.  She went on to say that “while it was so despicable and horrendous what happened in Colorado Springs” and other mass shooting locations over the years, it’s “even more tragic” that there’s no evidence that “the five people who were killed in the nightclub that night” were Christian.

“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.”

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