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Is it ok to put the blame on mental illnesses for mass shooting incidents, rather than guns?

Screenshot from Fox News on Youtube Gutfeld on the shooting in Thousand Oaks
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Recently, tattooed ex-Marine, Ian David Long, killed 12 people in the country music bar massacre, in Thousand Oaks, California. According to media reports, Long had PTSD and had ‘terrified’ his mother and neighbors after returning from Afghanistan tour before he opened fire on student night

Some media analysts believe that mass shooting in the south Californian bar is another case of mental illness resulting in a disaster. Whereas, others argued that mental illness is not the problem, neither are the guns. They argued that the people who want to spread anarchy will use any means possible to do the damage, no matter if they are mentally ill or not.

This scenario instigated a debate across social media regarding whether it is ok to put blame on mental illnesses for mass shooting incidents, rather than guns?

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