There is no evidence that playing violent video games causes aggression, says Villanova University's Patrick Markey. More from CNN at http://www.cnn.com/
Violence in video doesn't cause kids to be violent, I really think that it depends on the kids or the person because I play a lot of violent games and I don't acted like violent.
"I'm hearing more and more people saying the level of violence on video games is really shaping young people's thoughts," Trump said. But some experts' findings disagree.
Trump and GOP lawmakers backed by the NRA are trying to shift the gun violence conversation to video games and movies. According to all the available data, and the Supreme Court, they're wrong.