Nancy Pelosi said today that as “a mother” and “a grandmother” she understood concern over violent video games, but defended them.
“The evidence says that, in Japan, for example, they have the most violent games and the lowest death, mortality from guns,” Pelosi said on Fox News Sunday, after Chris Wallace questioned why she didn’t ask her Hollywood friends to do something about it. “I don’t know what the explanation is for that except they may have good gun laws.”
Pelosi also appears to need to take a refresher course on the amendments.
“We avow the first amendment,” she said. “We stand with that and say that people have a right to have a gun to protect themselves. In their homes, in their jobs, where ever, and that they — and their workplace and that they, for recreation and hunting and the rest.”