GOP Congresswoman: Watching Porn Leads To School Shootings

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According to Rep. Diane Black (R-TN), pornography is "a big part of the root cause" of gun violence.

Conservatives have offered a slew of concerns in recent years as to the driving force behind America’s problem with school shootings – some more credible than others and virtually none having to do with guns – but Rep. Diane Black (R-Tenn.) might have the most absurd: pornography.

According to Black, pornography is “a big part of the root cause” of gun violence in American schools.

During a meeting last week with local pastors, Black raised the issue of gun violence in schools and why it keeps happening.

“Pornography,” she said.

“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 continued. “All of this is available without parental guidance. I think that is a big part of the root cause.”

The gubernatorial candidate didn’t expound upon her theory about the connection between porn and gun violence, but Black did serve up some of the standard conservative talking points as well:

Beyond naughty movies, Black said school shootings are on the rise because of the “deterioration of the family,” mental illness and violent movies.

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Tcles
Tcles

She says "on the grocery store shelf" imagine what will happen when someone tells her about internet porn LMFAO