Here is what the facebook post says:

TURN OFF THE NEWS.......Morgan Freeman's brilliant take on what happened yesterday :"You want to know why. This may sound cynical, but here's why.  It's because of the way the media reports it. Flip on the news and watch how we treat the Batman theater shooter and the Oregon mall shooter like celebrities. Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris are household names, but do you know the name of a single *victim* of Columbine? Disturbed people who would otherwise just off themselves in their basements see the news and want to top it by doing something worse, and going out in a memorable way. Why a grade school? Why children? Because he'll be remembered as a horrible monster, instead of a sad nobody.  CNN's article says that if the body count "holds up", this will rank as the second deadliest shooting behind Virginia Tech, as if statistics somehow make one shooting worse than another. Then they post a video interview of third-graders for all the details of what they saw and heard while the shootings were happening. Fox News has plastered the killer's face on all their reports for hours. Any articles or news stories yet that focus on the victims and ignore the killer's identity? None that I've seen yet. Because they don't sell. So congratulations, sensationalist media, you've just lit the fire for someone to top this and knock off a day care center or a maternity ward next.  You can help by forgetting you ever read this man's name, and remembering the name of at least one victim. You can help by donating to mental health research instead of pointing to gun control as the problem. You can help by turning off the news."

Turns out it was all another Morgan Freeman Hoax!  Here is what his spokesperson had to say:

The words scrolling across Facebook timelines and twitter posts attributed to Morgan Freeman concerning the media's involvement with the Newtown, Conn. shooting are misattributed according to the actor's spokesperson, a source reported.  "He did not write nor release this statement," the spokesperson said, according to "To date he had not released any statement (about the shooting)."Freeman has been a persistent source for Internet hoaxes this year. Several times in 2012, reports of Freeman's death -- "Morgan Freeman died 2012" -- have exploded in the web and via social media, including Facebook and Twitter. Reports of Freeman's death are, as Mark Twain once said, greatly exaggerated.