On Dec 8, 2020, Fox News reporter Jenna Ellis is the latest to join the list of people on President Trump's team to be affected by COVID. 

Ellis was the Constitutional Law Attorney for the President's team. Before taking on a role as President Trump's Senior Legal Advisor in November 2019, many didn't know about her name except for every day Fox News fans. 

But after handling the stint for Trump's administration with a focus on his 2020 presidential election, the experienced attorney — who is often known to be vocal about her opinions and unapologetic in her statements—has got bigger fame.

That is why people on the internet are searching for her Wikipedia page, but Trump's senior legal advisor doesn't have a Wikipedia page dedicated to her that could shed light on her life. And in fact, Ellis is known as someone who has a limited public profile.

Hence, through this article, we try and learn a little more about Ellis — her background, professional career, and some of her controversial views. 

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Jenna Ellis is a Journalism Graduate from the Colorado State University

Colorado native and still a Colorado resident, Jenna Ellis grew up in an evangelical Christian family. Sound doctrine, theology, love for God, an understanding of the Christian worldview, and an acceptance of the Gospel of Jesus Christ as her personal Lord and Savior were the bases of her upbringing.

Homeschooled from kindergarten until grade 12, as a 14-year-old, Ellis attended a class specifically for homeschooled students specializing in civic training, which initially provoked her fondness for law and advocacy. After high school level graduation, she decided to pursue journalism in college and attended the Colorado State University from where she completed her Bachelor in Arts of Technical Journalism.

Later, she also graduated with honors from the World Journalism Institute and received her Juris Doctor (J.D.) from the University of Richmond T.C. Williams School of Law.

Ellis has a Long History as a Practicing Lawyer

Before getting involved with Trump's campaign as his Senior Legal Advisor, Ellis had a lot of experience in the legal scene. In her legal career, she has worked as a constitutional law attorney and has even developed and taught a curriculum for a law college.

Immediately after completing her B.A., Jenna Ellis started her professional life. She did her first internship in the press office for the Bush 43 Administration in the White House.

Shortly after that, she worked as a clerk for two Colorado judges and then served as a law clerk for the Colorado Attorney General's Office in 2011.

Then after, Ellis officially began her law practice in Washington, D.C., where she started as a contract attorney for the U.S. Department of State in Washington. She was also included in the legal team representing the U.S. in contract disputes and representing the Department of the Navy.

After that, Ellis moved back to her home state of Colorado and started practice as a prosecutor. For a while, she did that before becoming a private law practitioner as a criminal defense and constitutional law attorney.

Jenna Ellis Has also Taught Law and Appeared on News Channels

The attorney has also done some teaching in the law sector. She developed the legal studies pre-law program for the Colorado Christian University and taught the same as an assistant professor for a while.

Furthermore, she is also a Fellow at the CCU's Centennial Institute's Constitutional Law & Public Policy department.

But before rising to widespread fame as a part of the Trump administration, she was publicly known for her appearances as a legal analyst and guest on media outlets such as Fox News, Fox Business, Newsmax, and One America News Network. 

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She is a Defendant of Conservative viewpoints and Christian Faith

The pinned tweet on her Twitter account alone shows how stern of a Christian she is. The tweet reads, “I’m going on record now: If they try to cancel Christianity, if they try to force me to apologize or recant my Faith, I will not bend, I will not waver, I will not break. On Christ, the solid Rock I stand.”

You can find numerous other tweets from her regarding things like quotes from the Bible and pointing out religious agendas, or a lack thereof, in other people's comments and actions, especially those involved in politics.

But Jenna Ellis is Perceived By Many as Being Anti-LGBTIQ+

Her comments and statements towards the LGBTIQ+ community have been generally considered hateful or derogatory by many. In October 2019, she accused the LGBTQ forum of not having been an "equality forum" but a hate-based forum.

Similarly, in January 2020, GLAAD made a Twitter thread outlining Ellis's hateful comment history about the gay community. In light of this, NBC News characterized Ellis as someone who has had a history of making anti-gay remarks.

Going back to one of her Facebook posts from April 2016 reveals that she considered being a Transgender a "logical fallacy" on the grounds of "gender biology" and "Creator designer" arguments to justify her statements.

And when one of the users criticized her argument implying it might have lacked empathy, she stated that she was questioning the community "contentions" and directed the commentator to read the "Gospel Of Luke" to have a clearer perspective of the matter. 

And more recently, via a tweet on August 10, 2020, Ellis called the Pennsylvania Secretary of Health, Dr. Rachel Levine—a transgender woman—a "guy." She criticized him stating, "this guy is making decisions about your health" because the health representative had called out the reporter who misgendered her. 

The Aftermath Of the Ellis-Levine Controversy

This tweet sparked controversy among the LGBTQ community. Levine's spokesperson responded to NBC News regarding this tweet, saying, "(she) does not have time for this nonsense."

However, Trump Campaign's senior legal advisor refused to apologize for her comment and even said that the backlash she was receiving was “both hilarious and tragic.”