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Calipari invites Capitol Police officer shot during today’s attack to be the Y at a Kentucky game

You’re looking at David Bailey, one of two Capitol Police officers that was injured during today’s shooting at a GOP congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia. Bailey, age 32, was shot in the leg as he charged the gunman, 66-year-old James T. Hodgkinson. While recovering in the hospital this afternoon, Bailey, a North Carolina Central University graduate, received a phone call from John Calipari thanking him for his heroics and inviting him to be the honorary “Y” at an upcoming Kentucky game.

“Just got off the phone with David Bailey of Capitol Police, one of two police officers who saved a lot of lives today,” Cal tweeted minutes ago. “David was hit in the ankle as he charged the gunman. What a hero and what courage. I told him he’s gotta come to a game and do the Y. #BBN, make sure our prayers are with all those who were injured today in the shooting.”

This morning, Senator Rand Paul told CNN that the only reason everyone at the field was still alive was because of Bailey and his fellow Capitol Police officers.

“Our lives were saved by the Capitol Police. Had they not been there I think it would have been a massacre,” he said. “The field, I mean, was basically a killing field.”

House Speaker Paul Ryan agreed.

“We are, as ever, awed by the tremendous bravery of the Capitol Police,” Ryan said. “I expressed our profound gratitude to them. It is clear to me, based on various eyewitness accounts that without these two heroes – Agent Bailey and Agent Griner – many lives would have been lost.”

Hopefully Agent Bailey will take Calipari up on his offer this season so Kentucky fans can give him a proper ovation.

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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19 Comments for Calipari invites Capitol Police officer shot during today’s attack to be the Y at a Kentucky game



  1. david8577
    4:43 pm June 14, 2017 Permalink

    I support good guys with guns; I’m all for it.



  2. DT in DC
    4:47 pm June 14, 2017 Permalink

    Would also love to ask the BBN to keep Matt Mika intheir thoughts and prayers. He was shot twice in the chest at the practice, too. I played Hill softball rec league against him for years. Good guy who is now in critical condition.



  3. babbus
    5:10 pm June 14, 2017 Permalink

    Title is messed up



  4. Angelo
    5:49 pm June 14, 2017 Permalink

    Cal is a genius but, how did he get this guys number? Does he know the guy?



    • DT in DC
      8:10 pm June 14, 2017 Permalink

      My guess is since he only called one of the 2 Capitol Police officers this office knew someone who knew Cal.



    • Sentient Third Eye
      8:10 am June 15, 2017 Permalink

      It would be nice to have them both to a game, but there is only one “Y” in “Kentucky”.



    • bluetide
      2:30 pm June 15, 2017 Permalink

      Back to back perhaps? Ya gotta turn to all 4 sides anyway



  5. Ridge Runner
    9:38 pm June 14, 2017 Permalink

    Great gesture, Coach.



  6. Luether
    9:43 pm June 14, 2017 Permalink

    The only thing that stops a deranged Democrat with a gun is a good guy with a gun…



    • UK Big Board Update
      3:36 am June 16, 2017 Permalink

      Republicans extremists have killed 160 people in this country since 2000. But you keep thinking the dems are the problem. (Oh yeah, R and NRA member Timothy McVeigh blew up a federal building contains a daycare center)



  7. babbus
    7:09 am June 15, 2017 Permalink

    Smh, your safe space must be nice. No reality to mess it up



  8. DelrayCat
    8:07 am June 15, 2017 Permalink

    Ok Boris…that is typical of you cons…resulting to name calling when you clearly do not have a leg to stand on. We shall see all what happens then won’t we? That is unless the twitter-in-chief decides to fire another prosecutor that is getting too close to the truth (Comey, Yates, Bharara, and maybe Mueller?)…but eventually the truth will come out. You should want that as a good American right?
    As for the country not subscribing to my philosophy…the 35% who agree with you are shrinking every day as more proof comes out this cabal is only interested in lining its own pockets.



  9. Sentient Third Eye
    8:08 am June 15, 2017 Permalink

    This shooter was like the “Antifa” fascists on college campuses. He and they lack the knowledge and intelligence to win an argument in debate, so they resort to belligerent violence. Not acceptable in a civilized society.



  10. unbridled
    9:01 am June 15, 2017 Permalink

    More censorship from ksr while they simultaneously gripe about Matt Bevin blocking people on social media. Hilarious!



    • Sentient Third Eye
      9:07 am June 15, 2017 Permalink

      The arbitrary nature of the censorship is odd. I post a statement saying that violence is not an acceptable way to end debate in a civilized society, and that gets removed, yet explicitly inflammatory posts remain. Really?



    • unbridled
      9:38 am June 15, 2017 Permalink

      Agreed. I commended coach cal for wanting to honor a true hero and stated that this is not a political issue…but they felt the need to delete it.



    • UK Big Board Update
      3:37 am June 16, 2017 Permalink

      You snowflakes get so mad. The apple doesn’t fall far from the orange, apparently.



  11. TeddyBluegrass
    9:51 am June 15, 2017 Permalink

    Keyboard commandos suit up! Looks like this comments section is about to get nuclear. Please give us all more of those shit political idealogies that have made you the apple of your mom’s eye and the king of her basement.



    • Sentient Third Eye
      10:15 am June 15, 2017 Permalink

      Somehow I don’ t think that’s going to happen this time. I suspect a lot of people are rethinking the irresponsibility of overheated rhetoric right now. Even TV news channels have been more muted.