Chris Wallace to Nancy Pelosi: 'Why Don't You Challenge Your Friends in Hollywood to Stop Gun Violence in Movies'
In the effort to stop mass gun shootings, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has called for more research on the connection between popular culture and violence. Today in a Fox News Sunday exclusive, Chris Wallace asked Pelosi about gun control.
“We don’t need another study, respectfully. We know that these video games where people have their heads splattered, these movies, these TV shows,” Wallace said, “Why don’t you go to your friends in Hollywood and challenge them, shame them and say ‘knock it off.’”
Pelosi responded, “We don’t want to just be anecdotally writing bills. We want to have the evidence to say…” Wallace interjected, “I’m not sure you want to write bills anyway. […] You have a lot of friends in Hollywood, why don’t you go to them and publicly say, ‘I challenge you to stop...’”
Hear Pelosi's response in the clip below:
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