House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., condemned the bigoted attack Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., made on fellow House member Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn.

Boebert referred to Omar as the “jihad squad” on multiple occasions and has also referred to Omar and Rep. Rashida Talib, D-Mich., as “black-hearted evil women.”

"To see a member of Congress attacking another member is not a good thing. Right? Under any circumstance. Whether it's ethnic, generational, gender or gender ID, whatever. But to see the supposed people of faith denouncing other people's faith ... it's indecent. It's indecent," Pelosi said.

Boebert took to Instagram to say she had reflected on her previous remarks and that she never wanted to say anything to offend someone’s religion. However, a phone call between the two did not go well, with Omar saying during a Tuesday press conference that she ended the call with the Colorado congresswoman after she refused to apologize for her remarks and “fabricated lies,” adding Boebert “instead doubled down on her rhetoric.”

Omar also played and read aloud a recording of a death threat she received in the wake of Boebert’s dangerous comments.

“These kinds of hateful actions cannot go without punishment. There has to be accountability,” Omar said.

She also said she has reported hundreds of threats on her life, which were all triggered by Republican attacks on her faith. 

There is no word on whether the House plans to censure Boebert or strip her of her committee assignments for her remarks.