This is quite suspicious… why not release the details of the emails, Senator Dick Durbin? He and his office have opted to not share what John Hodgkinson, the congressional shooter, sent to him via email.

This is a hard push while both sides of the isle are attempting to gather information and more insight into the mind of this man. Since the shooting it’s been discovered that he was part of some disturbing groups on Facebook, had a hit-list of others he intended to kill, and much more. These emails may be vital and contain information that could potentially stop another shooting like this from happening.

Hodgkinson was a hardcore alt-left Bernie Sanders supporter and opened fire on the GOP Congressional team while they were practicing for a big event-game the next day. He shot and critically injured House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and others.

RELEASE THESE EMAILS, SENATOR DICK DURBIN! And if not, the law should be used to compel him.

As written for The Daily Caller by Justin Caruso:

Democratic Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin’s office will not release reported email correspondence with anti-GOP shooter James Hodgkinson.

An Associated Press report says, “Hodgkinson also visited the office of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, whose campaign he had worked on as a volunteer, and was in email contact with the two Democratic senators from his home state.”

The “two Democratic senators from his home state” of Illinois would presumably be Dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth.

When The Daily Caller reached out to Sen. Durbin’s office, we received this comment, “Mr. Hodgkinson contacted our office to state his opinion on a variety of legislation over the years. Those emails were all given to USCP and are part of the current investigation.”

EXCLUSIVE: Sen. Durbin’s Office Won’t Release Emails With GOP Baseball Shooter

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