Suspect in congressional baseball practice shooting identified as James T. Hodgkinson

Officials have identified the suspect in the shooting at a congressional baseball practice that left five wounded, including Republican Rep. Steve Scalise, on Wednesday morning as 66-year-old James T. Hodgkinson of Belleville, Illinois.

A quick search of Hodgkinson's Facebook page reveals he appears to be an avid Bernie Sanders fan, with multiple images of and articles about the U.S. senator displayed throughout his Facebook profile.

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"Trump is a Traitor," Hodgkinson wrote as a caption with an article shared on March 22. "Trump Has Destroyed Our Democracy. It's Time to Destroy Trump & Co."

The last Facebook post Hodgkinson shared that is visible to the public was a petition calling for an end to the NEXUS Pipeline.

According to his Facebook page, the suspect graduated from Southwestern Illinois College in 1971, listing he studied flight training and aviation technology. Hodgkinson is also the former owner of JTH Inspections, a company listed on Yelp as specializing in home inspections.

"James was thorough and professional," a Yelp review of Hodgkinson read. His Facebook lists that he left his position with JTH Inspections in December 2016.