By now, I'm sure you've heard that the Pentagon was shot at:
Investigators originally found two windows on the exterior of the building that had been hit by one bullet each. But today, Steven Calvery, director of the Pentagon Force Protection Agency, said the investigation has determined that four additional bullets hit the Pentagon's facade, according to CNN.
Authorities are continuing their search for the gunman today. Calvery said Tuesday he thought the shooting was "a random event." (D.C. has a notoriously high rate of gun violence).
I've got significant problems with this. First, the Pentagon isn't in DC--it's in Virginia. Second, on what planet is a shooting directed against the headquarters of United States Armed Services considered a "random event?"