Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., is facing backlash for her alleged involvement in the Capitol Riots on Jan. 6 and comments she made about actor Alec Baldwin in the shooting death of a cinematographer on the set of the film "Rust."

Boebert has vehemently denied her involvement in the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. 

Rolling Stone reported this week that some Republican lawmakers had “dozens” of planned meetings with those who organized the protests that later turned violent and deadly. Boebert was among the Republicans mentioned by the sources. 

“Let me be clear. I had no role in the planning or execution of any event that took place at the Capitol or anywhere in Washington, D.C., on January 6th,” Boebert said

Boebert, a fierce advocate for gun ownership, also drew criticism for comments about Baldwin. The day after the shooting death of the cinematographer, Boebert shared a screenshot of a tweet from Baldwin in 2014 that read: "I'm going to make bright, yellow banana yellow t-shirts that read 'my hands are up. Please don't shoot me.' Who wants one?" 

Baldwin's tweet was in reference to police shootings of unarmed Americans. Boebert mocked Baldwin by posting, "are these still available? Asking for a movie producer…"

Social media users were quick to slam Boebert for her possible role in the Jan. 6 attack and for the comments about Baldwin.