On yesterday’s “Hagee Hotline,” Matthew Hagee interviewed conservative San Antonio talk radio host Trey Ware about last week’s mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon. Both men agreed that the problem with mass shootings in America has nothing to do with the prevalence of guns but rather can be traced back to things like violent video games.
“Common sense gun control means two things,” Ware said. “First of all, repeal a lot of the restrictions on the Second Amendment … And secondly, outlaw the gun-free zones.”
The only way to stop mass shootings, Hagee stated in response, is to arm yourself and “match fire with fire” … and outlaw video games.
“It is horriffic when things like this occur,” he said, “but the argument is not that we need stricter gun laws, the argument is that we need a change of heart. Why aren’t we, for example, outlawing videos games that teach children that these kinds of activities are acceptable?”