Early this morning there was a report of numerous gun shots fired at the congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, VA. Since the indecent, the media outlets and social forums have been an absolute fire storm, and a war zone to say the least. There’s no way around it, this was a domestic act of terror.
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) June 14, 2017
Republicans were calling this act a hate crime and were quickly pointing fingers at the democrats for the cause of this outbreak.
When you call Republicans "Nazis" & have nightly mock executions of Trump being murdered in Central Park, this was inevitable.#Alexandria
— David 🦇 (@SantaCarlaDavid) June 14, 2017
MAKE NO MISTAKE
Democrats created this turmoil
Now watch them distance themselves
Alexandria is their fault
DRIVE THEM OUT #DemExit
— Hail to the Chief (@AmericanVoterUS) June 14, 2017
— The Columbia Bugle (@ColumbiaBugle) June 14, 2017
This is what happens when the Liberals & MSM thinks portrayal of violence to Republicans & POTUS is OK!! #Alexandria
— America First (@garaffon) June 14, 2017
Maybe Congressional Democrats should stop inciting violence! Prayers to those who were shot. #Alexandria
— Janet (@Janetspics) June 14, 2017
Later in the morning this piece of information was confirmed.
BREAKING: Rep DeSantis confirms Alexandria shooter came up to him & Rep Jeff Duncan & asked if they were GOP or Dems pic.twitter.com/eHwUs8cQRG
— The Rouser (@RouserNews) June 14, 2017
Shortly after, the shooters information surfaced.
— IAmSilky🇺🇸🇭🇺 (@IAmVerySilky) June 14, 2017
— Political Sense (@DCPolitics411) June 14, 2017
Point blank, acts of violence in any form, especially Americans on Americans, should never be the solution. To think that because a political party is different than yours, would be the premise for you to carry out an act of violence that would endanger another person’s life is absurd. If you want change, be a change that is constructive and can influence people to understand your perspective.
— CBS News (@CBSNews) June 14, 2017