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GOP Congresswoman: Porn Leads To School Shootings

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TENNESSEE- May 31, 2018

GOP Congresswoman, the 67-year-old Diane Black, who is running for governor of Tennessee during a meeting last week with local pastors said that pornography is the main reason behind school shootings.

“It’s available on the shelf when you walk in the grocery store. Yeah, you have to reach up to get it, but there’s pornography there,” she said. “All of this is available without parental guidance. I think that is a big part of the root cause.”

Except Pornography, Black linked school shootings to the “deterioration of the family,” mental illness and violent movies being shown to children.

There have been 23 shootings this year on the campuses of K-12 schools or colleges. In each case -- many were injured or killed, including a Friday shooting in Indiana school that left a teacher and a student injured.

Other experts say poor social, economic and cultural conditions are primary drivers of such crimes.

“Enacting policies to improve those conditions for people, along with reducing access to firearms, would go a long way in stemming mass shootings,” said professors James Gilligan of New York University.

These actions are “far more effective than all the police, doctors and hospitals combined, and intervening only after tragedies have struck,” added Bandy Lee of Yale University.

“The problem is not guns, it’s hearts without God,” Governor Abbott said.

Author: USA Really