Violent Video Games Speech

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Hello, I am here today to prove that violent video games do not change that way people are. Everybody has the right to play games: the right to enjoy yourself: the right to play what makes you happy: the right of expression. The first amendment gives us freedom of press, freedom of expression, freedom of religion, freedom of speech, and right to petition. Our former president Ronald Reagan once said “I recently learned something quite interesting about video games. Many young people have developed incredible hand, eye, and brain coordination in playing these games. The air force believes these kids will be our outstanding pilots should they fly our jets.” Wouldn’t it be nice to see your child become an air force pilot? Today I will prove to you that kids should play violent video games with the facts and statistics of some eminent people. Famous YouTuber…show more content…
Michael D. Gallagher states “The average video game player is 35 years old and has been playing for 12 years.” This means that most kids don’t even play violent video games. Our opponent (my classmate bla bla bla) will most likely disagree and “state” that a lot of kids become violent because of these video games. Well he’s wrong. Eileen Kennedy-Moore states “Other factors, such as family violence, having an anger-prone personality, poverty, harsh parental discipline, peer rejection, and school problems, are established risk factors for aggression.” This proves that Violent video games don’t actually make kids aggressive. Most of the time people's anger comes from family problem or peer rejection. Just recently in March there was a school shooting in Maryland. The shooter killed two people. One of which was his ex-girlfriend whom he had just broken up with. He was as angry as a bothered bee. This proves that people become aggressive because of other problems and not because of violent video

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