Rep Lauren Boebert, (R-Colo.), tweeted a picture of herself and her kids holding high-powered guns in front of a Christmas tree, responding to backlash Rep. Thomas Massie, (R-Ky.), received on social media for a similar photo.

In the photo, Boebert stands with her four kids in front of a Christmas tree. Though Boebert's husband is not in the picture, each of the kids is holding a high-powered weapon. Boebert herself is noticeably not holding a gun.

The backlash to Massie's holiday family photo came after 15-year-old student Ethan Crumbley shot and killed four people in a mass school shooting in Michigan. Many view the holiday pictures as insensitive for that reason, as it is often high-powered guns, used in these atrocities.

The photos were also posted close to the anniversary of the Sandy Hook School Shooting which occurred on Dec. 14, 2012.

Fred Guttenberg, the father of Jamie Guttenberg, who was murdered during the Parkland High School Shooting in Florida,  is an activist against gun violence who condemned the photo Massie shared, which sparked massive outrage online.

Boebert's photo has done the same, with many taking to social media to express outrage, including Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, D-NY.

However, it is not unlike Boebert to stir outrage and make insensitive comments, what many call "outrage farming," to draw attention to herself.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, (D-Calif.), condemned Boebert for her bigoted attack on progressive lawmaker Ilhan Omar, (D-Minn.) On multiple occasions, Boebert has called Omar and Rep. Rashida Talib, (D-Mich.), members of the "jihad squad" in what many condemn as racist and anti-Muslim speech.

Boebert also challenged her Republican colleague, Rep. Madison Cawthorn, (R-N.C.), to a sprint to win Kyle Rittenhouse as an intern. Cawthorn is a paraplegic, residing in a wheelchair permanently after an accident when returning from a spring break trip in 2014.