Jenna Ellis, one of Donald Trump’s attorneys, is *not* a fan of leftists and their pesky cancel culture.
The senior legal adviser and author of The Legal Basis for a Moral Constitution: A Guide for Christians to Understand America's Constitutional Crisis tweeted earlier this month:
She also tweeted about cancelling the stock market:
Then cancelling Joe Biden:
And leftists wanting to cancel the Constitution:
So it’s safe to assume she’s aiming her most recent condemnation of cancel culture squarely at leftists.
Without context, Ellis said she will not “bend”, “waver” or “break” if “they try to force me to apologize or recant my Faith”.
In defence of her Christianity, she tweeted:
The tweet caused many to claim the lawyer was trying to stoke some perceived “war on Christianity”:
Then people called out the double standard of being a Christian, but supporting Trump:
The tweet came about after Trump was accused of flaming the fire of racial tensions by sharing violent videos of Black men.
Some people thought he was trying to “incite hatred toward Black people” by sharing the videos.