nearvideo scalise back on the field at the Congressional Baseball Game two years after the shooting practice
House minority whip REP. Steve Scalise sits down with ‘Fox & friends at Nationals Park, about his recovery and the return to the game.
Two years after the recording of the practice for the Congressional Baseball Game, Rep. Steve Scalise, the feeling is strong and confident in front of this year’s event on Wednesday evening.
In an interview with “Fox & Friends”, the Louisiana Republican revealed that he is still struggling with his mobility after the inclusion of a left-wing activist in Eugene Simpson stadium Park in the vicinity of Washington DC in 2017.
“It’s been a road,” he Fox News Carley Shimkus said. “I can definitely feel how much better I am now, especially as last year. I’m still happy to be alive, but to be able to move on to a whole lot better,” he continued.
If 50 shots on the field in 2017, Scalise, his two officers assigned to that day, and lobbyists-Matt Mika were all injured. The shooter, James Hodgkinson, was fatally shot by the police.
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Scalise, the deal still is using crutches, writes his security people with the save of his life, as well as Rep. Brad Wenstrup, R-Ohio, who once worked as a trauma surgeon, and quickly applied a tourniquet to stop Scalise bleeding. Scalise, the security that David Bailey and Crystal Griner, will be said at both the 2019 Congressional Baseball Game on Wednesday, Congressman.
When the filming began, Scalise said he just began to pray.
“It was amazing how this removes so much of the fear and all of a sudden I was quiet, and I knew that God took care of me, and boy, did he ever,” he said.
The Republican congressional Baseball Team manager, Rep. Roger Williams, R-Texas, was also at work on the day of rotary in 2017. He said he was working hard to prepare the politicians for the event this year, starting from the day 6 o’clock practices.
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Williams surprised many by saying that if the shooting was, he was not shocked.
“We have so much trouble up to here and split,” he said. “I was not surprised that someone lost it.”
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Wednesday the game is a return to the sporting spirit and fun, he said, regardless of which team takes home the Cup.
“Win or lose, the boys have worked really hard,” he said.