Boebert echoed Christian nationalist talking points and invoked the end times in a speech last week.
She said it's time for Christians to "rise up" and "influence this nation as we were called to do.".
Christian nationalism experts say such rhetoric has been linked to violence.
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A recent speech by Rep. Lauren Boebert — during which she invoked the end times and said it's time for Christians to "rise up" — demonstrated how Christian nationalist ideals, including some associated with violence, have made it to the halls of Congress.
But by invoking the end times, Boebert is tapping into a side of Christian nationalism that has been associated with violence.
Christian nationalist ideals were also espoused by the suspects in the 2018 Pittsburgh synagogue shooting and the 2019 New Zealand mosque shootings. »