You know what's a better way to ensure that mad people don't shoot other people? Control who is able to own a gun? Nah, let's have a registry of violent video games and only let certain people play them.
Bwhahaahhha. Yes, nonsensical rubbish, we know. But not if you're Fox and Friends? Elisabeth Hasselbeck it isn't. Liz is burbling bonkers and also points out that, "You know, certainly, this topic has already taken a turn again, the left?s already making this about gun control." She doesn't stop there...
"Are more people susceptible to playing video games? Is there a link between a certain age group or [demographic] in 20- to 34-year-old men, perhaps, that are playing these video games and their violent actions??
?What about frequency testing? How often has this game been played? I?m not one to get in there and say, monitor everything, but if this, indeed, is a strong link, right, to mass killings then why aren?t we looking at frequency of purchases per person? And also, how often they?re playing and maybe they time out after a certain hour.?
But that is topped by co-host Brian Kilmeade who asks in all seriousness:
"Is this about gun control or is this about a guy who has a history of drinking a lot, playing video games a lot and a few shooting incidents?? Here's the answer to that one Bri-Bri:
Videogames don't kill people. Guns firing bullets into their bodies do. The guy would have had a hell of a problem killing those people by pointing his joypad and yelling, "Pew! Pew! Bang!"
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