Rep. Bill Johnson (R-Ohio) is calling it an “act of God” that the shooter who opened fire at a congressional baseball practice Wednesday morning in Virginia did not have better aim. “It had to have been an act of God to throw his marksmanship off because the members were sitting ducks out there,” Johnson, who was at the baseball practice, said

during an interview on Fox News. “Many of them were stationary when the shooting started. But he saw many of those members jump into that first base dugout, and that is why he started working his way around behind the fence.”The shooting Wednesday at a Republican baseball practice in Alexandria, Va., wounded five people, including House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.). Scalise remained in critical condition Wednesday night. READ MORE