Less than 24 hours after a deranged liberal activist opened fire on congressional Republicans at a baseball practice session in Virginia, a driver in Washington, D.C. reportedly veered into a motorcade for President Donald Trump, striking a Secret Service agent in the process.

The agent was taken to the hospital following the incident and is expected to recover.

The incident occurred when Trump was on his way back to the White House after visiting House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, the Louisiana Republican who was critically wounded in Wednesday morning’s ballfield attack in Alexandria, Virginia.

Another attack had occurred in Florida as well, where an unknown person or people threw rocks at Trump’s vehicles en route to a Boeing plant.

How many times have you heard of attacks on the President’s vehicles?  The timing of this event is certainly suspicious.

The Conservative Tribune reports:

“According to CNN, the Secret Service “had blocked a street for the President’s return to the White House” when the unnamed driver attempted to enter the motorcade route despite verbal and visual commands to stop.

When one agent tried to block the vehicle’s progress into the route, the unnamed driver struck him, causing the agent to land on the hood of the driver’s Mazda SUV. Thankfully, he only suffered minor injuries.

The unidentified driver was arrested and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and failure to obey.

He was then taken to a nearby police station for processing, and it was there that he revealed that he was a driver for Uber and that “he was not paying attention to the Secret Service officer but rather ‘another vehicle,’” according to CNN.

He later appeared in court to face only a failure to obey charge, CNN reported. It’s unclear at this point whether the assault with a dangerous weapon charge has been dropped or is simply being saved for another court hearing.

Dovetailing back to the man’s excuse for veering into the motorcade, it honestly sounds awfully sketchy.

How blind would one have to be to not notice a presidential motorcade? In Washington?

Regardless, given the recent climate of hate against the president and his Republican peers in Congress — Trump was on his way back from visiting a man who was nearly killed because of it — it’s understandable that Secret Service agents would have been on edge when the driver failed to stop on command.

To be clear, at the moment there’s absolutely zero evidence to suggest that the suspect’s behavior was motivated by anything besides his inability to pay attention while driving.”

But following the shooting, there are many who remain suspicious of activities like this.  Leftists are still putting out a slew of hate filled tweets:

Man Runs Car Into Trump Motorcade

Even the head of Nebraska Democrat Party’s Black Caucus made the disgusting comment that she thought the incident was “funny.”

The Omaha World Herald reports:

“A Nebraska Democratic Party official has refused calls to resign her volunteer position after calling reactions to this week’s shooting of a high-ranking Republican member of Congress “so funny” on social media.

Chelsey Gentry-Tipton of Omaha said in statement that she will not resign as chairwoman of the party’s Black Caucus, saying her post was taken out of context by party officials.

The Nebraska party’s leadership asked Gentry-Tipton to step down Wednesday, several hours after she wrote, in a Facebook thread about the shooting at in Alexandria, Virginia, “Watching the congressman crying on live tv abt the trauma they experienced. Y is this so funny tho?”

Later, in the same thread, she stated, “The very people that push pro NRA legislation in efforts to pad their pockets with complete disregard for human life. Yeah, having a hard time feeling bad for them.”

As long as there are hate-filled leftists, suspicions are going to remain about their actions against Trump.