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P.S. We loved watching Bey's Formation in real time! Take what's yours, girl!
***WARNING: Making a Murderer Spoilers Below***
As we reported, over 170,000 people have signed a petition to pardon Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey in the Teresa Halbach murder case.
Ever since Making A Murderer debuted on Netflix, several viewers believe the Manitowoc County, Wisconsin men did NOT commit their crimes, and deserve to be freed from jail.
Recently, The White House sent a letter to everyone who signed this petition thanking them for their interest. However, they didn't have good news.
Hopefully this discussion will actually lead to some change!
One of those was Taya Kyle, whose husband — Chris Kyle — was portrayed in the movie American Sniper by Bradley Cooper.
During the CNN event, the author asked Obama if his proposed measures would truly mitigate mass shootings and murders.
After thanking her husband for his service, the 54-year-old politician gave an extremely eloquent response.
To hear what he had to say, ch-ch-check out the clip (above).
We would swipe right for Amy Schumer in a heartbeat!
As we reported, the Inside Amy Schumer star is currently dating furniture designer Ben Hanisch, who is a former HGTV design consultant!
The funnylady even took her new man to the White House to watch Barack Obama's press conference on gun control.
How exactly did they meet?!
According to sources, they met on a dating app called Bumble! In this specific app, ladies always make the first move, which means Miz Schumer liked Mr. Hanisch from the get-go!
Ben — who another insider says is a "super nice, chill guy" — made his account in early 2015!
We totally can't wait for Amy and Ben to make more public appearances! Get it, you two!
[Image via Amy Schumer/Instagram.]
Fast & Furious may be headed to Cuba!
A bit over a year after Barack Obama re-established ties and eased travel restrictions, the franchise's eighth chapter may become the first major Hollywood film in the country in over 50 years.
Director F. Gary Gray (Straight Outta Compton) is looking to take the series where no movie has gone since the 1962 embargo.
According to a statement from the studio:
Amy Schumer is very vocal when it comes to gun control.
The sensitive subject hits home for the blonde beauty after a shooter killed two people and himself at a showing of her movie Trainwreck over the summer.
The comedian has spoken out about wanting gun reform alongside her cousin Senator Charles Schumer, so when President Barack Obama held a press conference to address his new executive actions on the matter, the 34-year-old couldn't miss it.
The funny lady went to the East Room of the White House on Tuesday, where she cheered on the leader of our nation as he explained his new set of laws, and shed a few tears over past victims of senseless violence.
But the actress never half-asses anything, so it wasn't enough just to show up.
The lovely lady also took to Twitter to inspire her over-three million followers to also take action, posting:
Talk about powerful tears.
On Tuesday, President Barack Obama addressed the nation regarding new executive actions on gun control.
The most powerful and touching moment during his speech came when the POTUS reminded the nation about 20 elementary-school children that were killed in the 2012 massacre in Newton, Connecticut. Obama stated:
"Every time I think about those kids, it gets me mad."
The head of state went on to address the fact that he respects the Second Amendment, but stated that other rights like freedom of religion, have been taken away from the victims of the mass shootings. The President said:
"Second Amendment rights are important, but there are other rights we care about as well. And we have to be able to balance them. Because our right to worship freely and safely, that right was denied to Christians in Charleston, South Carolina and that was denied to Jews in Kansas City and that was denied to Muslims in Chapel Hill and Sikhs in Oak Creek. They have rights, too."
Check out part of the President's speech on gun control (below) as he does his best to hold back tears: