I believe it's time to change the popular theme used in media topics from "Gun Violence" to "Violent Crime". The knee-jerk reaction by politicians and the media immediately following crimes involving the use of firearms result in attacking the Second Amendment rights of law abiding citizens. The debates that follow these crimes, for the most part, avoid or completely ignore the true facts that some people are intent on harming innocent people regardless of the weapon used and the mass shootings are committed by people with long records of psychological and potentially violent behavior. The theme "Gun Violence" used in media publications and political debates sends an immediate message. The connection between guns and violence is exaggerated to the point where many people have been brainwashed into the belief that it's the guns that are responsible for the crimes, not the person handling the guns. Some debates have gone to extreme conclusions suggesting removing all guns would result in crime going away. This may seem like a trivial issue however, the simple use of a strong theme has been used by liberals for decades to drive their ideological beliefs. “Women’s rights” has been the theme to justify abortions, “investment” has been the theme to justify tax increases and, “gun violence” is the theme to justify attacks on the Second Amendment.