Judge Andrew Napolitano said that violent political rhetoric is "self-fulfilling, self-producing and self-rejuvenating."
A Republican congressman is calling for legislation to allow members of Congress to carry firearms after a shooter this week targeted GOP lawmakers.
Stuart Varney reamed out Democrats and the left for offering "not a word of remorse for the climate of violence they did so much to create."
Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown broke from most of his party when he blamed President Trump and right-wing journalists for a deranged man's shooting spree targeting Republican congressmen.
Ohio Rep. Brad Wenstrup described caring for Rep. Steve Scalise's gunshot wound as like being 'back in Iraq,' only without his weapon.
Rep. Pete King joined his colleagues on both sides of the aisle in a plea to lower the "loud" and "out-of-control" political rhetoric.
Nancy Pelosi said that she is praying for President Trump and his family in the wake of a shooting spree at a congressional baseball practice that wounded Minority Whip Steve Scalise.
Newt Gingrich said the shooting at congressional Republicans' baseball practice is part of a pattern of "an increasing intensity of hostility on the left."