America Plays Blame Game For 850th Time Since Sandy Hook Shootings


WEARY and exhausted American citizens were sadly given yet another chance to play the emotionally draining and fruitless Blame Game yesterday, and look set to continue to play it without interruption over the coming days.

The Blame Game is not exclusively available to the American market, but has found its popularity skyrocket since the infamous Sandy Hook shootings in 2012, which saw the murder of 20 children and 6 adults.

Since that tragedy, America has gathered to play the Blame Game another 850 times, with the highest participation rate found among National Rifle Association members, other powerful lobby groups and both the Republican and Democratic political parties.

“Honestly, I’m sick of this game, and I really, really don’t want to play it anymore,” New York native Alison Jenkins told WWN, echoing the sentiments of many American people.

The game is free to play, but it has proven costly to thousands of people in recent years. While public participation is encouraged by political parties and the wider media, you can be docked points for refusing to play and the offering of well researched opinions and solutions is not allowed.

Speaking at the official launch of the 850th Blame Games in just over three years President Barack Obama said “this needs to stop, we need to change”, sparking fervorous participation in yet another hotly contested games.

Following more outpouring of grief and anguish, it has been reported that America’s empathy reserves are at an all time low after being exhausted as they struggle to keep up with the demand.