Trump Pick For IL Gov Campaigns On Mass Shooting

This is just part of the new GOP normal:

Hours after a gunman opened fire during an Independence Day parade in a Chicago suburb, Illinois state Senator Darren Bailey, a Republican, called for people to “move on and… celebrate.”

At around noon local time, Bailey, who is running for governor and has been endorsed by former President Donald Trump, went live on Facebook from Skokie, a village about 20 minutes south of Highland Park where he’d planned to attend a parade.

Bailey, who was standing in a group of people holding campaign signs, then said voters have to “get corruption and evil out of our government.” He ended his prayer by calling for celebrations again.