Steve Scalise says 'Lives are at Stake' after Joaquin Castro doxxed 44 Trump donors in Texas

Steve Scalise went online to post a scathing message towards Joaquin Castro, the Democrat who posted the names and employers of about 44 Trump donors in Texas. Scalise, the House Minority Whip, was a victim of the attack on Republican congressmen in 2017 where he nearly lost his life, and his message towards Joaquin reflects that.

Scalise said, on Twitter, “People should not be personally targeted for their political views. Period. This isn’t a game. It’s dangerous, and lives are at stake. I know this firsthand."

Steve Scalise said in a second message, "If the events of this past weekend taught us anything, it’s that we need to stop seeing our neighbors as political enemies. This kind of dangerous targeting isn’t how we heal our nation."

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Joaqin Castro does not appear to be apologetic for his actions.

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