The Democratic senator's comments came in the wake of a mass shooting in his state on Monday.
The Colorado State Shooting Association said now was the time for grief, not reopening the debate about gun control.
"We CANNOT accept that this is normal and can't be changed," Elijah Wood tweeted following the deaths of 10 people in another mass shooting this week.
Conspiracy theorists claim that no one died in the attack and it was devised to gain support for stricter gun control legislation.
Ten people, including a police officer, were shot and killed at a grocery store in Colorado on Monday.
Patrol rifles are firearms most commonly employed by tactical units and are often carried by police officers on patrol.
Recent mass shootings have prompted renewed calls for reform of gun laws, which the president outlined as a priority during his campaign.
Eric Talley was the first officer to respond to the shooting at a grocery store in Colorado on Monday.
Hundreds of police officers across the Denver metropolitan area responded to the shooting, which took place Monday afternoon at a supermarket in Boulder.
The shooting at the King Soopers supermarket is America's second mass shooting in a week, leaving 10 people dead, including one police officer.
The officer who had been at the department for more than 10 years was the first to arrive at the scene of the attack.
Twitter users referred to the congresswoman's vocal stance in support of gun rights after she tweeted "may we unify and not divide during this time."
Colorado is in the top 16 of states with the strictest gun control laws, according to gun reform advocacy group the Giffords Law Center.
"Once again, a gunman has turned a public space into a site of tragedy. We don't have to live in fear like this," Democratic California Representative Adam Schiff wrote.
Law enforcement responded to reports of an "active shooter" situation and have reportedly arrested a suspect. At least 10 people have died, according to Boulder police.
#LaurenBoebertIsSoDumb was the No. 1 trending topic on Twitter on Sunday morning.
At a House hearing, the congresswoman told the homeland security secretary about a classmate kidnapped by an immigrant who was in the country illegally.
Before the storm, 99 percent of Colorado was experiencing at least moderate drought levels.
The lions at Denver Zoo braved the sub-zero temperatures that have gripped Colorado in recent days.
The husband and wife duo received the COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday and decided to mark the occasion with a wedding-inspired tribute.
The adopted pit bull dog was surrendered to the Denver Dumb Friends League animal shelter and euthanized following the attack.
The 69-year-old is accused of helping Scott Campbell cover his tracks after he detonated a device in Colorado on Christmas Day.
"Our Second Amendment rights are always trying to get eroded," one vocal supporter said. But others say her focus on guns may cause her to ignore more-pressing state issues.
Police said Brian Cohee is "associated" with the home where the remains of 69-year-old Warren Barnes were found.
"Looking forward to the State of the Union address today," the Colorado GOP congresswoman said ahead of the former president's Sunday CPAC speech.
Gregg Smith dismissed the freshman Republican's suggestion that Democrats are coming to take away people's guns .
The state hasn't voted for a Republican presidential candidate since George W. Bush was re-elected in 2004.
A juvenile has been charged with manslaughter after a 14-year-old boy was killed in an accidental shooting at a home in Lafayette, Colorado.
An airplane engine caught fire shortly after takeoff at Denver International Airport on Saturday afternoon. Pieces of the engine landed in various parts of Broomfield, Colorado.