Congressman Steve Scalise Shot
Alexandria, Va.
   
 
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Rep. Steve Scalise was shot in Alexandria, Virginia, Wednesday morning, Rep. Mo Brooks told CNN.

Brooks said he was on deck at a practice for the congressional baseball team when the shooting occurred. Scalise, the majority whip, appeared to have been shot in the hip and it appeared two Capitol Hill police agents were shot, he added.

Brooks said there were a number of congressmen and congressional staffers lying on the ground, and at least one of them was wounded. The Alabama Republican said he used his belt as a tourniquet to help one of the victims.

Alexandria police said earlier Wednesday they were responding to a "multiple shooting" in the city. The tweet also said the suspect is in custody.



Comments:
The shooter allegedly asked if the people on the field were Democrats or Republicans...
Posted by Lucas Jackson at 6/14/2017 9:50:29 AM

Yep - that last administration (along with media) poisoned the minds of their minions with lies and deceit - This is nothing compared to what's to come. They have only been pounding the drum harder since November when they lost control and they cannot cope with the loss - Just keep tearing at the fabric called pride that used to hold this nation together as one. together we stand or divided we fall - well, the division is definitely there so the fall can't be that far behind. Get ready people...
Posted by Sasquatch at 6/14/2017 3:27:56 PM

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