Tweets of the day … and the congressional baseball shooting

For one evening each summer, the people’s representatives in Congress set aside their differences, walk onto a ball field together, and enjoy an American tradition. Last year was different. The day before the opening pitch, a 66-year-old gunman, carrying a high-powered rifle and an anti-Republican grudge, opened fire on a field full of unarmed GOP lawmakers along with the collection of staffers, lobbyists, and consultants who helped out at practices.

Drew Holden asks some very important questions.

One example:

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2 Responses to Tweets of the day … and the congressional baseball shooting

  1. czarowniczy says:

    Louisiana Rep Steve Scalise mentions the shooting, as the person who took the brunt of it, but even when he does on the local Fox station the talking heads gloss right over it. At least local black reps know it’s not in their best interests to cheer on his being shot.

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  2. czarina33 says:

    Of course I did not expect better from a member of The Squad, or crazy Maxine.

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