The radio and TV personality, on Thursday, pointed to high-profile mass shootings that occurred prior to the debate, including a killing spree that left three people dead at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas this week.
“But it’s also not surprising they didn’t talk about it because it’s the same thing after every shooting ― Republicans want to talk about anything except guns,” said Charlamagne before flipping to a supercut of Republicans’ explanations for gun violence.
He then went after comments from West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice (R), who claimed that pornography and “violent video games” are “getting in the minds of our children.”
“Did this dude really say that porn and video games turn kids into shooters? Those two things keep kids at home,” quipped Charlamagne before he jokingly called for a ban of schools to avoid school shootings.
Charlamagne then tossed to a mock game show called “$1,000,000 Republican Pyramid,” where a contestant (played by correspondent Grace Kuhlenschmidt) had to get a Republican congressman (played by correspondent Michael Kosta) to mention guns.
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