The near-assassination of members of Congress may have predictably exited the public consciousness already, but the chairman of Republican party for Georgia's 11th Congressional District is still hyped.
The chairman, Brad Carver, firmly believes the recent shooting will deliver the 6th Congressional District to them.
“I’ll tell you what: I think the shooting is going to win this election for us,” Carver said Saturday after a get-out-the-vote rally for Handel in Chamblee. “Because moderates and independents in this district are tired of left-wing extremism. I get that there’s extremists on both sides, but we are not seeing them. We’re seeing absolute resistance to everything this president does. Moderates and independents out there want to give him a chance. Democrats have never given this president a chance.”
If their roles were reversed and Democrats rather than Republicans were targeted, Alex Jones would use this as evidence of a false flag and Republicans would denounce the callous sentiment.
The 11th district that Carver calls home is represented by a Republican who was among those targeted at the congressional baseball practice last week. He was there.