After the horrible tragedy in Sandy Hook, the game of "Pin the Blame on the Scapegoat" continues as everyone tries to find an easy excuse. Many have argued that the United States' gun-fixation was an underlying cause; the National Rifle Association, naturally, has had to defend itself. In a statement for the press, the NRA went on to point the finger at the scourge of video games (along with film and music). While others have made similar gestures, the organization evidently took the ball and ran with it. National Rifle Association The NRA goes on to suggest that the United States just doesn't have enough guns; the organization states that if all schools feature heavily armed security guards, this tragedy (and others) could have been avoided entirely. And by the way, you know that last game it mentions? Kindergarten Killers? It was a flash game on Newgrounds from 2002. Yeah. This is normally where I'd make some snarky comment or pun, but really... "corrupting shadow industry." Kind of speaks for itself, doesn't it?