Nearly Every Mass Shooting In The Last 20 Years Shares One Thing In Common, & It's NOT Weapons Curious to hear what you guys think. I'm not sure what it proves, other than the fact that these people all had issues to begin with. So are the drugs a cause or a symptom that the shooters all seem to share? And, either way, what could be done about it. If it is decided/proven that these drugs have a side affect that can lead certain people down this road, then do we need to take guns away from all people using them? If we did that, how many people would not come forward to get the help they need because they didn't want to be labeled as a threat? Lots of questions this raises for me, and I haven't got the answers. Something to think about though.