Why Blaming Video Games for Violence is Wrong | NYT Opinion
- Published: 12 September 2019
- Gamer and YouTuber Charlie Goldberg says it's time to stop bashing video games and instead celebrate millions of American gamers who participate in a national industry that is valued at an estimated $36.9 billion. In the video Op-Ed above, he debunks the claims of politicians who blame video games for mass shootings. He argues that leaders who point the finger at games, like President Trump and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick of Texas, are just distracting their constituents from reality.
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