Powerful Moment Before First Pitch Is Thrown at Congressional Baseball Game Is What America Needs Right Now
The Congressional Baseball Game is packed. According to reports, over 20,000 tickets were sold.
And the lines to get in are massive.
The game is being held at Nationals Park, and while Congressman Steve Scalise isn't able to attend, his colleagues on the Hill are dedicating the game to him and the others injured in Wednesday's shooting in Alexandria, Virginia.
Before the first pitch was thrown, Democrats and Republicans knelt down on the field and offered a moment of silence for the victims of the shooting.
Now that's the America we all need right now.