No matter where you stand politically, the fact that she took action in the face of an attack (whether true or not) on one of our nation's most sacred rights, the right to a free a fair election.
But after wrapping herself in a Trump flag and storming the capitol to effect change, she was gunned down. Then, to add insult to her fatal injury, Trump says she was un-American.
Does anyone feel a sense of betrayal by that? For someone to give their life for your cause and then you casually throw them under the bus like that?