JESSE WATTERS (HOST): The stark rise in mass school shootings is apparent. There have been 14 since Columbine, killing 169 people.
Many want to blame it on guns but Americans have been legally armed since 1776.
It's important to note that over the last few decades, we have seen the collapse of the nuclear family. Divorce rates have skyrocketed, if there was ever a marriage at all, and fathers have left the picture.
Out of the mass school shootings where 10 or more people were killed, most of the shooters didn't have a dad in their life. It's one of the few things that the shooters have in common.
Church attendance is down in America, and COVID has forced young Americans into isolation. And we don't even know what kind of damage social media is doing to the brains of young Americans, but the media and the politicians don't want to talk about that. They are too obsessed with the how, the weapon used, instead of the why.