Defense lawyers had partly blamed Moore's actions on the hours he spent playing video games from the Grand Theft Auto series, in which players shoot police officers and steal cars. While the judge barred jurors from hearing testimony linking the 2003 shootings to the game, defense lawyer Jim Standridge reminded them that Moore, after his arrest, told police "Life is a video game; everybody has to die sometime."
So, of course, the only solution for people like president-to-be Hillary Clinton will be to ban video games of this nature, instead of realizing that the cause-and-effect are probably reversed.
A person with a tendency to go blow a cop's head off will probably also play video games that do that. Not the other way around.
It's odd that the same people that try to argue us out of "Pot is a gateway drug" can mutter with the same breath "Games lead to violence". Do none of these people understand real logic? Of course, the other side of the aisle is guilty of the same mislogic, just in reverse. Oh well.
ObPoliticalDisclaimer: Libertarians are too extreme, but the path to go is somewhere in that direction.