BREAKING: Kill List Recovered from Alexandria shooter, Political Assassination CONFIRMED

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The liberal media can’t hide from this any longer.

James T. Hodgkinson, the shooter who opened fire on dozens of Republican congressmen and staffers at a baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia, on Wednesday, had a kill list of Republican names in his pocket recently recovered by the FBI.

The news that the shooter had a list of names suggests the shooting was not a random outburst. This was definitely premeditated political assassination.

The list was written out on notepad paper and found in the shooter’s pocket, according to multiple sources with intimate knowledge of the situation

The list of names included Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks, South Carolina Rep. Jeff Duncan and Arizona Rep. Trent Franks, FBI officials confirm. Both Duncan and Brooks were in attendance at Wednesday’s baseball practice.

None of the three offices from these congressmen would offer comments on the record when asked about the names on the list.

Brooks and Franks’ office further directed all inquiries to the Capitol police. They also have declined to comment.

The FBI’s Washington field office, which is handling the investigation, also provided no comment, citing the ongoing investigation.

All three representatives are members of the House Freedom Caucus, which contains the lower chamber’s most conservative members.

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