‘Assasination Generation’ Author: ‘Academic Malfeasance’ By Journalism Profs to Say Video Games Not to Blame for Shootings

‘I’m not a medical expert but I know who is’


GROSSMAN: "Surgeon general after surgeon general has made statements where matters came before the Supreme Court, California law to regulate children's access to video games. The video game industry has found 82 journalism — 82 media professors that told the Supreme Court there is no scientific proof. It was academic malfeasance. Our entire medical community said one of the dissenting justices in the Supreme Court that I’m not a medical expert but I know who is. Is the entire medical community, thousands and thousands of scholars telling us."

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