Without Evidence NC Candidate Blames Opponent For Parents’ House Shooting!

Without Evidence, NC Candidate Blames Opponent For Parents' House Shooting!

Without Evidence NC Candidate Blames Opponent For Parents’ House Shooting: Pat Harrigan told Fox News viewers on Friday that his Democratic opponent’s words and actions led to a shooting at his parents’ home, but he offered no proof.

Without Evidence, NC Candidate Blames Opponent For Parents’ House Shooting!

Republican candidate Harrigan for North Carolina’s 14th Congressional District tweeted a video of his appearance on the Fox & Friends morning show, along with a message calling for his Democratic opponent, state Sen. Jeff Jackson, to “condemn the violence & apologize for his lies, but he won’t.”

Jackson has previously spoken out against the violence before Harrigan’s article. After the incident occurred on Friday morning, Jackson tweeted, “It was clearly an act of violence and I condemn it in the strongest possible terms.” This was before Harrigan’s post. We don’t know who did this or why at this time. Thank goodness no one was wounded, but whoever did this has to face consequences.

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The police and Harrigan’s campaign have both failed to offer evidence

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That the shooting was politically motivated. Still, with only four days till Election Day, Harrigan has used the incident to place blame.

Harrigan announced that he would also be appearing on The Sean Hannity Program at 9 p.m., in addition to his morning show appearance. HARRIGAN’S PARENTS’ HOUSE IS SHOT AT According to the campaign, Harrigan’s parents’ house had a gunshot hole in it while his children were inside.

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On October 18th, the Associated Press stated that his children were upstairs sleeping when the incident occurred. The shooting was reported to police on the morning of October 19th, according to the report.

Luckily, nobody got hurt. Hickory Police Department spokesperson Kristen Hart said Thursday that no arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing.

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