I see that Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president of the National Rifle Association, has a scapegoat to distract the public from calls for gun control legislation:

There exists in this country, sadly, a callous, corrupt and corrupting shadow industry that sells and stows violence against its own people,” LaPierre said.

“Through vicious, violent video games with names like “Bulletstorm,” “Grand Theft Auto,” “Mortal Kombat,” and “Splatterhouse.”

He then highlighted an online game called “Kindergarten Killers” that he said has been accessible on the Internet for a decade.

A crude Google search reveals these numbers:

Callous, corrupt and corrupting shadow industry? Project much?

Photo credit: TheDigitel Myrtle Beach

Derek Bridges lives in New Orleans, trading in words and pictures. A carpetbagger of long standing, he grew up in the top right corner of IL and later went to college in the middle cornfield part. He has also lived in MS and FL, for educational purposes only, and was diasporized for a time in TX.

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