Holly Fisher is no stranger to people disagreeing with her political beliefs. But the West Virginia mother has recently been receiving death threats, some that have extended beyond her to her children.

It all started with this photo, which earned her the nickname “Hobby Lobby Holly.”

Image source: @HollyRFisher/Twitter

Image source: @HollyRFisher/Twitter

Fisher told TheBlaze in their town, the Chick-fil-A and the Hobby Lobby are next to each other. On the day of the Supreme Court’s decision to allow small companies with religious objections to decide not to provide certain kinds of birth control as part of their insurance, Fisher was wearing a “pro-life” shirt and she and her husband went to the fast-food chain, whose leadership has taken a stance against gay marriage.

“My husband looked at me and said, ‘you look total right winger right now,’” Fisher said.

That’s when Fisher, who had already amassed about 20,000 followers on Twitter for her political views since the 2012 presidential election, convinced her husband, a member of the U.S. military who served in Afghanistan, to take a photo of her outside the Hobby Lobby, holding her Chick-fil-A cup and sporting the “pro-life” shirt.

Fisher said she knew upon posting the photo that reactions would be a mixed bag based on people’s political views, but she never expected what happened next.

“One of first responses I got was from a guy who that said that he wanted to shove the Chick-fil-A cup down my throat,” she said.

And that was one of the mild reactions.

Some supported Fisher but pointed out that all she was missing in the photo was the American flag, a Bible and a gun.

So on the Fourth of July, Fisher snapped a picture with all those elements, which she said ended up causing even more of a ruckus than the first.