Flashback - Rush's Question: "How many Mass Shooters went to Day Care?" is Answered by Fr. Ripperger
On November 7, 2017, Rush Limbaugh on his show, mentioning the research
of psychoanalyst and researcher Erica Komisar into the negative
psychological effects of day care, asked the question:
"How many mass shooters went to day care?"
Scholar and author Fr. Chad Ripperger, P.hD., who wrote "Introduction to the Science of Mental Health" answered Limbaugh's question:
"I am waiting for her [,a psychological expert,] to actually write the article.... because she is a phenomenal psychologist and a fantastic researcher. She was noticing all these people mowing these people down, not the Moslems, but the actual people from our culture going in and shooting people."
"She said 'I wonder if they have a common element?'"
"They only had one thing in common: day care!"
"The Church has known for centuries or for millennia that the primary period of moral formation for a child is between two and six. That's when the associations of right and wrong are built up... That is when they are in the day care getting no moral formation."
"... The problem is that the children aren't getting the proper psychological nursing [from their mothers]. They are ending up with disaffective disorder which means they have a disability to have empathy with people. That's why they can mow people down."
(Fr. Chad Ripperger, YouTube, "The 6th Generation, Generational Spirits: Lost Generation to the One Current," 55:33 to 56:42)
As Fr. Ripperger has said a number of times:
"[I]t is a mortal sin for a woman [mother] to work outside the home without a sufficient reason."
Fr. Chad Ripperger, YouTube, "Feminism and the Natural Order," 18:08-13)
The shootings are in many ways the Church's fault because for the last 50 years the Church, for the most part, has been negligent in teaching this basic truth.
As the Church goes so does the world.
Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church.