House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, who was shot at a 2017 Republican baseball practice in Alexandria, Va., said he wished “both sides” would condemn violence regardless of victims' political views, after a series of suspicious packages were sent this week to Democratic lawmakers and figures critical of Trump.

“This isn’t what America’s all about,” the Louisiana Republican said during a press conference in Houston on Thursday. “I’m disturbed by the fact that it’s happening over and over again. You know, the last few weeks, there have been violent attacks against elected officials based on their political views. I wish both sides would be speaking out about it when it happens on either side.”

Figures such as former President Barack Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former CIA Director John Brennan, and liberal billionaire George Soros were among those who were sent suspicious packages this week.

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It’s possible more packages may have been sent, the FBI said on Wednesday. The suspicious packages are being examined at an FBI facility in Virginia.

Scalise was shot in the hip when a gunman, who was a vocal supporter of Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., opened fire on a group of Republicans practicing for the Congressional Baseball Game in June 2017.

Scalise was forced to undergo numerous surgeries as a result of his injuries and relearned to walk during his recovery.