Why is it, for example, that 75% of the most recent school shooters, including the 18-year-old in Uvalde, were raised in broken homes without fathers? Indeed, this background is so common among perpetrators that criminologists Michael Gottfredson and Travis Hirschi concluded after the Sandy Hook school shooting that the absence of fathers is one of the “most powerful predictors of crimes.” Boys raised without a fatherly presence are more likely to act impulsively, irrationally, and, yes, violently. They were deprived of the discipline, structure, authoritative role model, and sense of identity that a father is supposed to provide, and they suffered for it.Unfortunately, 75% of black children are born into similar situations , along with 61% of Hispanic children and 39% of white children. But instead of advocating a cultural revival and policies that would encourage it, today’s leftists insist that there’s nothing wrong with eliminating the traditional family structure of a mother and father. In fact, they argue that getting rid of it is a good thing. Just a couple of years ago, Black Lives Matter vowed to “dismantle the patriarchy practice” of appointing men as the heads of homes and “disrupt the Western prescribed nuclear family structure.”
Makes you wonder why they wanted those multimillion dollar homes.