July 17, 2018

Here's The "Violent Video Game Reel" Trump Shared At The White House

11 March 2018, 04:15 | Casey Mitchell

Here's The "Violent Video Game Reel" Trump Shared At The White House

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The meeting marks a distinct pivot away from the gun control measures discussed by Trump and others in the immediate wake of the shooting.

Few details have come to light about the meeting, including who will be there, what will be discussed, and whether it will be televised. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Rep. Martha Roby (R-Ala.).

Donald Trump started the meeting by watching a video clip and asking, "This is violent, isn't it".

"Banning guns isn't the answer to preventing violence any more than banning cars would be the answer to preventing people from being killed in auto accidents", wrote Hartzler, the Missouri Republican, in 2013 after the shooting in Sandy Hook killed 26.

One day after the February 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin said in a radio interview on WHAS in Louisville that video games are creating a "culture of death", and they are "garbage". Cruz had a history of behavioral problems.

Interestingly, Trump's younger brother, Robert S. Trump, sits on the board of directors for ZeniMax Media, the company that owns the company Bethesda Softworks, which publishes Fallout, and other violent games like The Elder Scrolls and Doom.

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The President bemoaned the generality of violent images easily accessible by kids in their very little age. According to a report by Rolling Stone , this montage shocked some members of the meeting into silence.

A day out from the meeting, which was closed to media, it's doesn't appear there's any legislation immediately forthcoming that would affect the way studios create and market violent games.

The suggestions are not limited to video games and even expanded to movies and television shows as well.

As part of Trump's utterly misguided, totally ridiculous attempt to limit mass shootings, the White House's official YouTube account posted this video montage of violent videogames - all of them from about five or six years ago, and all of them pretty much the most gratuitous examples you can think of.

He said he talks about it with his children and will say "you know that's a video game right?"

Although there were no solutions announced after the discussion, the president has suggested in the past the need for a new ratings system for the games.

Henson, the mother of a nine-year-old, noted that the industry representatives were quick to defend the gruesome content by explaining that the games were meant for mature audiences and not for youngsters to see it.

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In another, an experiment compared player reactions to two combat games.

The Trump administration shared a video that includes many violent scenes from video games.

The Entertainment Software Association released a statement prior to the White House meeting saying that studies "have found no connection between games and real-life violence".

But Trump, who backed down on calls to regulate the sale of guns following a meeting with the NRA, may be leaning on the side of gaming's critics.

The industry argues that millions of children play these games, and obviously not all of them commit criminal acts of violence. While there is no convicted felon on record admitting that video games incited his or her violence, more than 1,000 studies conducted over the course of three decades show that violent video games are linked to an increase in aggression and anger. "We appreciate the President's receptive and comprehensive approach to this discussion".

Asked about the scandal during the White House press briefing Wednesday, Sarah Sanders revealed "arbitration" had taken place between Trump and Stormy Daniels. It is embedded below.

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