She reacted on Twitter after the Florida senator quoted the Bible in a tweet of his personal. Rubio wrote, “In your descendants all the nations of the earth will find blessing, because you obeyed my command Genesis 22:18.” Lauren responded with three tweets, calling Rubio a “hypocrite” and asking if he was aware of God’s command to honor life.
She went on accuse him of undermining democracy, insulting God, and not taking action to end gun violence. Lauren then responded to a fan who said “you ended that pig” by writing she did not count on Rubio to reply to her.
On Monday, Rubio did reply in a brand new tweet with one other Bible verse: “It is good sense to be slow to anger, and an honor to overlook an offense. Proverbs 19:11.” Inside hours, Lauren replied, “Thank you good sir for your advice, now instead of quoting bible verses on twitter, go do what is sensible and be an honorable senator. Glad I got you to pay attention.”
Lauren, who’s from Florida, has beforehand used Twitter to precise her desire to fight the NRA’s influence in Congress after a February 14 faculty taking pictures in Parkland, Florida, left 17 college students and lecturers from Marjory Stoneman Douglas Excessive College useless and sparked a wave of teenage activism to vary America’s gun legal guidelines.
Amid her Twitter feud with the sitting senator, the Fifth Concord member amplified different Twitter accounts that referred to as Rubio out for his alleged inaction following the Parkland taking pictures. She retweeted and responded to dozens of accounts calling for elevated gun management or peaceable protests and shared her assist for the March For Our Lives.
There are dozens of March For Our Lives occasions being held throughout the nation on March 24. Lauren has said she stands in “total solidarity” with the scholars who attend. For many who need to get involved, she recommended in a tweet that individuals carry their associates, “make DOPE posters, and be very prepared to lose your voice.”
Rubio continues to be recent off being roasted by a Parkland survivor at a town hall hosted by CNN. Throughout that occasion, Marjory Stoneman Douglas junior Cameron Kasky obtained a standing ovation when he asked Rubio if he would stop accepting campaign contributions from the National Rifle Association.