Rep. Rodney Davis said the Bernie Sanders supporter who sprayed bullets at Republican congressmen last week "turned his religion into politics."

The Illinois congressman told host Chris Wallace that the shooting and events like it are "political terrorism."

Davis held up a piece of shrapnel that he said he found in the bag he brought to the baseball game the day of the shooting.

"This is the reminder that all of us have that we have to take a step back in this country. We've got to tone down this rhetoric. And we've got to come together as a nation, as Americans and say enough is enough," Davis said.


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"Polarization has seemingly continued to rise on both sides creating the fringes on the right and the left," Davis said.

The congressman is especially happy to be around and with his children this Fathers Day, saying it is the best he ever had.


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