Are video games to blame for increased gun violence?
GREENSBORO, N.C. —At its press conference on Friday, the NRA pointed the finger at violence in movies and video games as part of it’s explanation for violent acts like the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newton, CT.
The NRA pointed specifically at two video games—Call of Duty and Grand Theft Auto—in particular.
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