Following news that one of their Real Housewives of Salt Lake City co-stars was sighted near the commotion on Capitol Hill last week, Jen Shah and Whitney Rose are speaking out.

Pictures of Sara McArthur Pierce mingling with other Trump fans before the Capitol building breach have been circulating on several Bravo fan pages.

Sara was shown grinning with a group of individuals while donning a beanie with an American flag print.

Sara, who appeared in a cameo earlier in the season, was seen if you watched #RHOSLC this week, according to the Instagram account Real Reality Homo.

She did participate in the “peaceful protests” and uprising this week in Washington, DC. honestly shameful

Sara appeared in a few scenes early in the season despite not being a regular cast member of the Bravo show.

According to rumors on social media, she was initially cast in a full-time part but was quickly cut from the cast because of her fervently conservative political beliefs.

Some followers claim that Sara’s Instagram page gave away the fact that she subscribed to the Qanon conspiracy theory, which is very popular among Trump backers.

Reddit users devoted a whole thread to talk about the supposed production choice to let Sara go.

Sara has her Instagram page set to private, but Facebook images show the reality star sporting a hat with a Q on it.

Fans started sharing Sara’s rally images, and Whitney Rose was seen clicking the like button to support her friend’s posts.

The Bravo actor chose to clarify the situation on Twitter after receiving negative fan feedback.

“The events that occurred in The Capitol on Wednesday have left me in shock. I wasn’t there, and I don’t concur. Right now, humanity needs more love and empathy. Stop the hatred, please. @BravoTV #RHOSLC” wrote Whitney Rose.

Whitney Rose
Biography Zoom: Whitney Rose (Source: Instagram)

Jen Shah took note of the comment made on the band’s social media fan page.

“ARE YOU F****** KIDDING ME?!” Wow. This, therefore, clarifies a number of things, she said.

Twitter was awash with fan commentary, with some criticizing Whitney for liking her friend’s postings and others expressing displeasure with the spread of the cancel culture.

This dates back to July 4th, much before anything was said here. It’s possible that she enjoyed it for a variety of reasons.

You may like someone and hold different opinions, according to one supporter.

Another person questioned, “So she’s not permitted to have pals who could hold different political views than hers?”

“Welp, Whitney Rose, I’m no longer your fan. One viewer remarked, “This is disgusting.

Another person commented, “It’s insane how bad of a job @BravoTV does of screening cast members for racism and fascism lol.”

@whitneywildrose, damn you A disgruntled follower said, “I was embracing your sober journey with your dad, but now all I see in you is this.

Whitney Rose
Biography Zoom: Whitney Rose (Source: Instagram)

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