Charity baseball practice this AM when a loan gunman open fired on members of Congress and security. Several down - please pray for them.— Mike Bishop (@RepMikeBishop) June 14, 2017
I was on scene, but I'm blessed to be safe, and I want to thank the security forces who were so quick to respond. They're the heroes here.— Rep. Jack Bergman (@RepJackBergman) June 14, 2017
We're learning more about motive, but this is a good time to reflect on division and unity. We're all human. We're more the same than not.— Rep. Jack Bergman (@RepJackBergman) June 14, 2017
This morning, Rep. Moolenaar attended baseball practice. He was uninjured in the shooting. Please keep those injured in your prayers.— Rep. John Moolenaar (@RepMoolenaar) June 14, 2017
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