GOP Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick Blames School Shootings On Divorce, Abortion, Video Games [VIDEO]

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ABC News reports:

The Texas lieutenant governor, speaking two days after 10 people were killed in a school shooting in his state, said abortion, divorce and violent video games and movies show that ‘we have devalued life,’ which may be a cause of school shootings.

Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick told ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos on “This Week” Sunday, “We have devalued life, whether it’s through abortion, whether it’s the breakup of families, through violent movies, and particularly violent video games. We have to look at ourselves, George, it’s not about the guns, it’s about us.”

Stephanopoulos pushed back: “We also have violent video games in other developed countries. We have Twitter and Facebook in other developed countries, so how do you explain [that]… Americans of high school age are 82 times more likely to die of gun homicide than their peers in the rest of the developed world? That has to be connected to the availability of guns, doesn’t it?”