"It’s the poor craftsman who blames his tools" - usually.
Take the common screwdriver: It’s used as a chisel, paint stirrer, pry bar, door stop, table leveler, scratcher for that itch between the shoulder blades: right there -- ahhhh -- and, of course, a hammer. Occasionally, it drives a screw. In the hands of a 10-thumbed homeowner, the screwdriver can do horrific damage. In the hands of predators, it can kill.
The use depends on the user. It's a process dependent on the user’s intention, vision, and planning. There are always many alternatives; the user must choose a suitable tool. Finally, it's the skills and craftsmanship of the user which determine the end result. The user is in control.
Stop blaming the tool.