Leftist Shoots Up GOP On Trump's Birthday
Published on Jun 15, 2017
BY PAUL JOSEPH WATSON OF INFOWARS
Published on Jun 14, 2017
The hysterical anti-Trump media has blood on its hands.
Published on Jun 15, 2017
Dr. Jerome Corsi joins Alex Jones live in studio to break down why the deep state is pushing for civil war and ultimately the removal of Donald Trump as President of the United States by any means necessary.
CNN Defends Shooter, "He Wasn't Evil, He Was Just Tired Of Politics"
Immediately following the event Virginia Governor McAuliffe clumsily called for gun control. Incorrectly claiming
The Belleville News Democrat reports "Hodgkinson is a member of a number of anti-Republican groups on Facebook, including one called “Terminate the Republican Party.”
▪ “The Road to Hell is Paved with Republicans”
▪ “Donald Trump is not my President”
▪ “President Bernie Sanders”
▪ “Illinois Berners United to Resist Trump”
▪ “Boycott the Republican Party”
▪ “Expose Republican Fraud”
▪ “Terminate the Republican Party”
Hodgkinson took a Democratic ballot in the primary election in 2016.
The story was less than an hour old before the left’s violent rhetoric was unleashed.
How far will this go? The left is collectively and publicly embracing homicide as a political solution. We can start by following Hungary's lead and passing laws to rid our country of the hundreds of millions of dollars George Soros is pouring in to set us on an inevitable path towards civil war.
WASHINGTON — The FBI is now taking the lead in the investigation into a shooting early Wednesday morning at an Alexandria, Virginia, baseball field that left five people injured, including House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, two Capitol Police officers and a congressional staffer.
At a Wednesday morning news conference, authorities said it’s too early to say what motivated the shooting, which took place shortly after 7 a.m. in the Del Ray neighborhood as Republican lawmakers and staff members practiced for the Congressional Baseball Game to be held at Nationals Park.
CBS News has confirmed the identity of the shooter as 66-year-old James T. Hodgkinson of Belleville, Illinois, citing law enforcement officials.
Scalise, the No. 3 House Republican, was shot in the hip and taken to MedStar Washington Hospital Center, where he is in stable condition, according to a statement released by his office. According to the statement, Scalise “was in good spirits” and spoke to his wife by phone before entering surgery.
During a 10:30 a.m. news conference, authorities would not discuss the suspect’s identity or his condition, saying only the shooter is in custody and does not pose a threat to the public, authorities said. Authorities said police exchanged gunfire with the shooter, but would not say if he was injured.
A lone gunman opened fire on Republican members of the congressional baseball team at a practice field in a Washington suburb Wednesday, using a rifle to shower the field with bullets that struck five people, including Steve Scalise, the majority whip of the House of Representatives.
Two members of Mr. Scalise’s protective police detail were wounded as they exchanged gunfire with the shooter in what other lawmakers described as a chaotic, terror-filled ten minutes that turned the baseball practice into an early-morning nightmare. Police said a total of five people were shot, two critically.
Standing at second base, Mr. Scalise was struck, in the hip, according to witnesses, and collapsed as the shots rang out, one after another, from behind a chain-link fence near the third-base dugout. Witnesses said Mr. Scalise, of Louisiana, “army crawled” his way toward taller grass as the shooting continued.
Two law enforcement officials identified the gunman as James T. Hodgkinson, 66, from Belleville, Ill., a suburb of St. Louis. The Washington Post first identified Mr. Hodgkinson as the suspect in the shooting.
Poilice said the gunman was wounded and taken into custody after the gunfight with the Capitol Police security detail and local police officers, who arrived minutes after they received plaintive calls for help from those at the field. The F.B.I. said the bureau would take the lead in the investigation, treating it as an assault on a federal officer.