Caitlyn Jenner on Alexandria shooting: “Liberals can’t even shoot straight”

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In response to the recent shooting attack on GOP members in Alexandria, Virginia while they were practicing for the congressional baseball game, Caitlyn Jenner mused that it’s a good thing the suspect, who has been identified as a Democrat, “was a really bad shot.”

“Nobody deserves what happened out there,” Jenner said at the College Republican’s National Convention gala. “There’s no justification for it. There are crazy people in the world, we know that. It happened then. It will happen again, unfortunately.”

Jenner further commented, saying, “As far as the people that were injured, it’s an absolute shame. You just want them to recover. Fortunately, the guy was a really bad shot… liberals can’t even shoot straight.”

Jenner gave kudos to lesbian Capital Police Officer Crystal Griner, who, along with Officer David Bailey, stepped into the line of fire in order to help stop the shooter.

“She did her job,” Jenner stated. “She wasn’t thinking about LGBT issues, she wasn’t thinking about any of those types of things. She did her job and she did it well.”

Trump, who brought Griner flowers while she recovered in the hospital, said, “Many lives would have been lost if not for the heroic actions of the two Capitol Police officers who took down the gunman despite sustaining gunshot wounds during a very, very brutal assault.”

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