Sassy…and I LOVE it! Lol https://t.co/5sHlLp2grf
— Charles M. Blow (@CharlesMBlow) October 5, 2017
Superstition is, always has been, and forever will be, the foe of progress, the enemy of education and the assassin of freedom.
— Daily Ingersoll (@IngersollDaily) October 5, 2017
One might have thought that perhaps one would reflect on their views and become a bit more empathic after being saved by a person whose rights you are so keen to trample. Guess not:
There were times when we wondered if House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) would ever speak at VVS again. But next week, the miraculous recovery of my good friend will literally take center stage, as Steve makes a return trip to the biggest gathering of pro-family conservatives in the country after a shooting that rocked the country. For so many Americans, seeing him back at work, defending our values, has been an answer to prayer — and we look forward to celebrating his incredible journey back to health next Friday, October 13.
Then there’s this:
Scalise: Shooting ‘fortified’ my view on gun rights
House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) says that getting shot at the GOP baseball practice over the summer — and nearly losing his life as a result — has strengthened his views against gun control.
Fox News’s Martha MacCallum asked Scalise in an interview to be aired later Tuesday if his experience and the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas on Sunday night have changed his views about the Constitution’s Second Amendment.
“I think it’s fortified it,” Scalise said.