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A popular YouTuber, Jackie Oshry is facing major backlash this week after she said on her show Tuesday that she believes that you are less likely to be the victims of a mass shooting at an upscale movie theater than a “standard” one.
Oshry, and her sister, Claudia, briefly discussed in the movie, after the 2012 Aurora, Colorado theater shooting, where a lone gunman entered a midnight showing of “The Dark Knight Rises” and opened fire, killing 12 people.
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“You know, when you’re in a movie theater-in America, if you’re always looking over your shoulder. We have left the cinemas,” Claudia said.
Social media and Social influencers by Claudia Oshry (left) and Jackie Oshry (on the right) attending one of the Initial TPG awards Ceremony at the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum on December 4, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Gary Gershoff/Getty Images)
While Jackie agreed to with her sister, she added: “I don’t feel any more, since the height of the movie theater experience as, iPic, and some of the nicer movie theaters.”
She went on to say, “I have a feeling that if you’re going to –no offense, this is going to sound terrible-but if you’re going to have to shoot up a movie theater, it’s not the most expensive one.”
Claudia went on to explain a recent experience with a “standard cinema” in Canada, she said that she felt “so comfortable” — in which Nick interrupted, “I can’t do that.”
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People have hit back at Jackie Oshry about it in the comments, which some considered to be case-insensitive. However, on Wednesday, the YouTube host was not backing down.
“Yesterday I offended some people with what I’ve said, the show is about movie theaters, and there has been a lot of talk about it,” Oshry said. “I’m not going to apologize for what I said to them, because the people there are so much more than it is, and I don’t want to condone that.”
She said: “People have been distracted from what I was told, just as so many other awful class of things of which I have referred, and I know that it is nothing more or less than what I was told, so I’m not going to apologize, and to accept what you have to say, I mean.”
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Oshry said that the comments do not represent her “best of” in the moment. Still, she thought the controversy was overblown.
“We are allowed to say what we feel and not apologize for every little thing,” Oshry said. “Otherwise I won’t be able to just speak my mind.”