150,000 shooting deaths in Middle East direct result of violent video games, study finds
AFGHANISTAN — A new study has found more than 150,000 shooting deaths, stabbings, and bombings in the Middle East can be directly attributed to violent video games, Duffel Blog has learned.
The study makes a number of stunning revelations, to include the claim that "hyper-realism" displayed in modern, violent video games has contributed to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people in Iraq, Syria, and elsewhere, to include American troops, civilians, members of at least nine terrorist groups, and anywhere from one to five puppies.
The study, commissioned by the nonpartisan group Definitely Not The NRA (DNTNRA), was conducted over "at least ten to fifteen minutes of looking at YouTube compilation videos," among more extended research in the Library of Infowars.
"While we initially began this investigation to determine if there was a link between video games and school violence," the authors write in their report, "it became apparent very quickly that video games were responsible for ne…
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