Fox News guest speculates to Laura Ingraham that the Jacksonville shooter may have had autism
Dr. Carole Lieberman: “This isn’t a gun control problem ... It’s mainly a video game control problem and access to good mental health treatment problem”
From the August 28 edition of Fox News' The Ingraham Angle:
LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): All of them were on some SSRI drugs, anti-depressants, what should we think?
CAROLE LIEBERMAN: Well, it’s not really the anti-depressant's fault, but this isn’t a gun control problem either. It’s mainly a video game control problem and access to good mental health treatment problem.
There is a pattern here with all of these school shooters. David Katz is just the latest one. And that is, first of all, there is some kind of mental illness. David Katz seems like he might be on the autism spectrum --
INGRAHAM: Look at him.
LIEBERMAN: He has some depression, certainly. Yes, if you look at -- yes, all you have to do is look at him.
INGRAHAM: Look at his eyes.
LIEBERMAN: If you look at his high school yearbook, yes, they’re so depressed.
INGRAHAM: His eyes, Adam Lanza’s eyes, something dead in their eyes, the eyes are the giveaway.
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