Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president of the National Rifle Association, sought to draw attention to what he called the "corrupting shadow industry" of violent video games during a press conference on Friday.
"There exists in this country, sadly, a callous, corrupt and corrupting shadow industry that sells and stows violence against its own people," LaPierre said. "Through vicious, violent video games with names like "Bulletstorm," "Grand Theft Auto," "Mortal Kombat," and "Splatterhouse."
He then highlighted an online game called "Kindergarten Killers" that he said has been accessible on the Internet for a decade.
"It's been online for ten years," LaPierre said. "How come my research staff can find it and all of yours couldn't or didn't want anyone to know you had found it?"