Republican legislators make shocking confession day after shooting of Congressmen

Even though liberals have been going to great lengths to spin yesterday’s horror show when an attacker started shooting Republican Congress members, it appears that not all people agree with the incident. Republican legislators recently acknowledged something quite stunning about the incident that has made the Left switch to panic mode.


The majority of people were devastated to learn what the attacker did, but a some of the fanatic liberals decided to use this opportunity to push their agenda.

Consequently, we were assailed with “Republicans deserved this” and “Trump should have been the one that was shot” remarks, but the worst came as Democrats basically proposed that this can be used as grounds to strip the people of their Second Amendment rights. Even though it is obvious that the shooter was a fanatic liberal, who was killed in the attack, it hasn’t prevented other liberals in their anti-gun agenda.

Sadly for them, they just got terrible news from Republican legislators who made a shocking confession a day following the shooting. The Daily Caller reports, “Texas Republican Rep. Roger Williams, a player on his party’s congressional baseball team, agreed with his colleagues saying that members having firearms would have been better for them when a gunman shot at the team Wednesday morning.”
“Well it took the second shot for me to understand what was happening here,” said Williams. “Everybody… we were sitting ducks. I mean we had no… we had nothing to fight back with but bats if it got to that. We were sitting ducks. I think he was not able to get on the field because the gate was locked on the other side. If [he had] gotten on the field it could have been a bad situation. But he was not able to do that. But we were sitting ducks.”
Williams even offered a solution that will enable for such a situation to be almost impossible from this moment on. When questioned whether he believes members ought to carry guns in the Capitol and other facilities where this is forbidden, here’s what he responded with.
“Remember two things,” he responded.“ Well, first of all, I’m for the Second Amendment — a big second amendment guy and I’m from Texas. So yes, I would have felt a lot more comfortable if we were able to do that.”

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