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Former Donald Trump lawyer Jenna Ellis proclaimed that the people who were killed at the Club Q shooting have gone to Hell for being members of the LGBTQ community.

Ellis — known for pushing conspiracy theories, working with Trump’s doomed attempt to overturn the 2020 election, and a less-than-stellar legal career — spoke on her podcast this week about the gay nightclub shooting that left 5 people dead and over 2 dozen more injured.

During her tangent about the Left rejecting ‘the truth of Christianity,” Ellis called the shooting “tragic,” then took it upon herself to determine that “even more tragic than untimely death is 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 were not, 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 is far, far greater — we should be having that conversation. Instead of just the tragedy of what happened to the body, we need to be talking about what happened to the soul and the fact that they are now in eternal separation from our lord and savior Jesus Christ.

Ellis’ remarks were picked up by the media in recent days, and they were met with outrage from those who blasted her judgment of the shooting victims and presuming they’ve all met “eternal damnation.” In the past day, Ellis repeatedly doubled down on Twitter while reacting to her critics.

Not only is this gross but it’s also grossly false. I never blamed the victims (in fact I said their murders were just as tragic as a mass shooting in a church).

I said these people, like you and me, are responsible for continuing in sin or repenting and following Christ. https://t.co/VSoXh8brGs pic.twitter.com/aRtGsKpqVz

— Jenna Ellis ???????? (@JennaEllisEsq) November 23, 2022

This is literally what the Bible teaches, Brian. ANYONE who does not repent and become saved will be eternally separated from God.

If you don’t believe in God and don’t care you’re separated from Him, why do you care that I believe this is true? https://t.co/7dyKGZM5T6

— Jenna Ellis ???????? (@JennaEllisEsq) November 24, 2022

How am I judging them? The Bible says if anyone does not repent of their sin and accept Christ as Lord, they are not saved. I said there is no evidence these 5 were saved, so *assuming* they were not, they are now eternally separated from Christ. Listen to what I actually said.

— Jenna Ellis ???????? (@JennaEllisEsq) November 24, 2022

Fan mail from people who clearly did not listen to the show is always my fav.

No one is justifying the murders, Mark. The victims absolutely deserve justice.

Put down the HuffPo and pick up the Bible. pic.twitter.com/MbUv3jmKva

— Jenna Ellis ???????? (@JennaEllisEsq) November 24, 2022

What’s happening now to people who are willing to stand up and simply object to the LGBTQ agenda will be even worse when they officially add MAPs (“Minor Attracted Persons”—pedophilia) to their protected class lexicon.

Stand. Firm.

— Jenna Ellis ???????? (@JennaEllisEsq) November 24, 2022

The leftists are outraged that I said there is no biblical evidence the victims of the Club Q shooting (or the shooter) were Christians.

Why do you care whether or not they believed in a God and a religion you hate?

You don’t, it’s fake—just an excuse to call me silly names.

— Jenna Ellis ???????? (@JennaEllisEsq) November 24, 2022

If you don’t believe God is real or hell is a literal place, why are you so outraged that Christians believe people who haven’t repented and aren’t saved will spend eternity in damnation and separation from God?

Because you know the Truth and want to deny consequences for sin.

— Jenna Ellis ???????? (@JennaEllisEsq) November 24, 2022

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Trump foe Michael Avenatti sentenced to 14 years in prison for stealing millions from clients

Lawyer Michael Avenatti speaks to the media after he walks out of federal court in New York, New York, U.S., March 25, 2019.Carlo Allegri | Reuters

Michael Avenatti, the brash lawyer who gained notoriety for legal actions involving former President Donald Trump, was sentenced Monday in California to 14 years in prison for stealing about $7.6 million from clients, as well as for tax fraud.

The 51-year-old Avenatti "has done great evil for which he must answer," Santa Ana federal Judge James Selna said in imposing punishment on the disgraced attorney for swindling law clients who included a paraplegic with mental health problems.

Selna ordered Avenatti's stiff prison term to run consecutive to the five years behind bars he previously received in separate criminal cases in Manhattan federal court for ripping porn star Stormy Daniels out of $297,500 in book deal money, and for a brazen extortion effort against athletic apparel giant Nike.

The judge also ordered Avenatti to pay more than $10.8 million in restitution to four clients and to the Internal Revenue Service.

Avenatti, who already was in prison for one of the prior cases, pleaded guilty in June to four counts of wire fraud and one count of trying to obstruct the administration of the federal tax code.

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The tax charge related him to trying to interfere with the IRS's effort to collect more than $3 million owed by Avenatti's coffee business for payroll taxes.

While details of Avenatti's scams on the client victims differed from each other, "the general pattern was the same," prosecutors said in a sentencing memorandum.

Avenatti "would lie about the true terms of the settlement agreement he had negotiated for the client, conceal the settlement payments that the counterparty had made, secretly take and spend the settlement proceeds that belonged to the client," prosecutors wrote.

He then would "lull the client into not complaining or investigating further by providing small 'advances' on the supposedly yet-to-be paid funds," the memo said.

Avenatti first came to widespread public attention in 2018, during Trump's presidency, while representing Daniels in connection with her having been paid $130,000 in hush money by Trump's personal lawyer before the 2016 election in exchange for keeping quiet about a sexual tryst she said they had.

Trump denies that he cheated on his wife Melania with the adult film actress.

For months in 2018, Avenatti was a ubiquitous presence on television news shows, where he delighted in verbally skewering the president and Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen.

Avenatti briefly contemplated launching a campaign for the presidency, but dropped that idea weeks after he was arrested by Los Angeles police after an accusation of domestic violence by an actress with whom he had been living. The LA City Attorney later declined to lodge charges in that case.

United States Attorney Martin Estrada of the Central District of California blasted Avenatti in a statement Monday that called him "a corrupt lawyer who claimed he was fighting for the little guy."

"In fact, he only cared about his own selfish interests," Estrada said.

"He stole millions of dollars from his clients – all to finance his extravagant lifestyle that included a private jet and race cars," the top prosecutor said. "As a result of his illegal acts, he has lost his right to practice law in California, and now he will serve a richly deserved prison sentence."

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