A professor of economics at George Mason University, Walter Williams, dares to point out that guns are not the problem with gun violence. Guns, having existed long before the outbreak of regular and frequent mass shootings in schools and workplaces, are likely not the sole culprit. Certainly not the sole culprit that gun control advocates want to focus on to the exclusion of any other possible explanation for our problems.
Likely it's the move to officially reject God, push old Christian based values out the window, raise kids to be spoiled narcissists heavy on the hedonism and entitlement, and a general disregard for human life with an emphasis on aiding those would would harm the innocent at the expense of protecting the innocent. That's just a guess of mine, I could be wrong.
I particularly like his emphasis on how ubiquitous guns were 50 years ago, and how easy it was to obtain them. I, too, grew up in a rural community where farmers and hunters drove to school with guns in the back of their trucks as a normal practice. I myself gave a demonstration in speech class how to clean and assemble a shotgun. My only requirement: I wasn't allowed to keep the gun after class, I had to leave it in the principle's office. That's because nobody imagined I or anyone else would go off nut crazy and kill people. And that was the year after the infamous McDonald's shooting I should add.
Nope, our problem is a godless and blasphemous culture of death and slaughter for baseless debauchery and self-worship, materialist hopelessness, and a hatred and contempt for people who refuse to change the definition of Napoleon when I self-identity as the Corsican. It doesn't take a game show host to figure out this, and probably not guns, is the primary mischief.