Arizona Leaders Silent, Send Prayers After DC Shooting

Social media active Arizona leaders, Rep. Ruben Gallego, Rep. David Schweikert and Sen. John McCain were unusually silent in the aftermath of the shooting of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.), one congressional staff member, a lobbyist, and two Capitol Police officers at a Republican congressional baseball practice this morning by a gunman who is a Bernie Sanders’ supporter.

The two injured Capitol Police officers were identified as David Bailey and Crystal Griner.

Zachary Barth, a legislative correspondent working for Texas Rep. Roger Williams, was also among those shot. Matt Mika, who works as a lobbyist for Tyson Foods, suffered multiple gunshot wounds.

Related article: TUSD Campus Monitor Arrested For Threatening McSally

4 Comments

  1. The hatred from the left is responsible for this. The constant mocking and vile behavior from Berkeley to Kathy Griffith and that stupid play in New York depicting the death of President Trump is crossing the line. Alex Baldwin on Sat night as well as the current witch hunt by Democratic members of Congress who just can’t accept that they lost the presidency as well as many seats in Congress.
    The left funded by people wanting to bring the United States down have been pulling the strings of their useful puppets, either the young and inexperienced or the mentally fragile.
    I can only hope there is still a United States left for my Great grand daughter to thrive in.

  2. It has been a month since the arrest of a TUSD employee for death threats against Rep Martha McSally and there has been no condemnation of it by Gov Ducey (who hasn`t condemned threats against Rep Schweikert`s 20 month old daughter, either,) Mayor Rothschild, Tucson`s leader of the Tucson Dem`s fake civility group, or any of the City Council people. Neither have we heard a word of condemnation of the threats against McSally from our Senators, McCain and Flake, Speaker of the House Ryan or President Trump.

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