Judge Jeanine: Don’t Chalk Up Shooting to Mental Health Just Yet

Immediately after the Texas school shooting massacre, the shooter’s mental health was brought into question.

This kid obviously had some issues going on, but Judge Jeanine Pirro is telling everyone to pump the brakes for a minute.

When you hear her reasoning, it makes perfect sense.

Manipulating the System

There is little doubt that anyone that would decide to walk into a school, mall, or any other facility for the purpose of killing multiple people has some screws loose.

Pirro believes that may not always be the case, however.

With mental health often used to excuse the behavior, this could be a calculated move for someone that is just flat-out evil.

In many cases, a psychiatric evaluation is ordered, with the individual then being sentenced to an institution.

Well, what happens when they recover from their mental break?

You can see her full segment in the video below…

What do you think? Is Pirro off-base or did she nail it?

Tell us in the comments section below.

Source: Fox News

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