I know I’m late but peep her response to the latest mass shooting… Video games and mental illness? <br><br>”“The murders in Texas and Ohio this weekend are symptoms of a culture of violence and anger that is gripping America. From entertainment and video games that consume the attention of our young people to murder in our cities, violence is pervasive in America and must be addressed. We cannot continue to turn a blind eye to the glorification of violence and murder in our society today, and our efforts to address mental health issues have just begun.”<br><br>By “our young people”, she’s referring to young white males. When the shooters are young white males they get coddled and all the excuses in the world. Young black males live the reality, not a video game… walking around with PTSD, no treatment, no resources, no trying to understand why… no compassion.

I know I'm late but peep her response to the latest mass shooting... Video games and mental illness?

"“The murders in Texas and Ohio this weekend are symptoms of a culture of violence and anger that is gripping America. From entertainment and video games that consume the attention of our young people to murder in our cities, violence is pervasive in America and must be addressed. We cannot continue to turn a blind eye to the glorification of violence and murder in our society today, and our efforts to address mental health issues have just begun."

By "our young people", she's referring to young white males. When the shooters are young white males they get coddled and all the excuses in the world. Young black males live the reality, not a video game... walking around with PTSD, no treatment, no resources, no trying to understand why... no compassion.

Missouri lawmaker blames video games for violence, another calls for action

Missouri US Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler is speaking out after the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.
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