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Celebs React To Senate Stalemate Over Gun Control Following The Orlando Massacre

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Celebs are fed up.

We aren't the only ones incredibly frustrated with the Senate right now.

On Monday, our elected officials voted on four gun control proposals in the wake of the horrific Orlando massacre that killed 49 people, and rejected them all.

Related: Here's How You Can Help The LGBT Community After Orlando

Celebs like Bette Midler, Jamie Lee Curtis, John Legend, and many more flocked to Twitter to complain about how, once again, zero progress has been made after yet another devastating mass shooting.

See what these disappointed stars have to say (below):

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Senate Blocks Four Gun Control Proposals In The Wake Of The Orlando Shooting

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This is so frustrating.

After Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy's 14-hour filibuster on Wednesday prompted a vote on gun control regulations, we hoped something was FINALLY going to change.

Instead, the Senate has blocked four proposals during the vote on Monday.

Related: Out Actress Lea DeLaria Chokes Up Talking About Orlando

The Democratic politician held the filibuster in the wake of the June 12 shooting at Orlando's Pulse gay club that killed 49 people and injured dozens.

But even this terrible tragedy couldn't get the two parties in the Senate to agree on a measure.

Iowa Senator Charles Grassley pitched a plan that would increase money for background checks. However, it overhauled language that prevented people with mental illness from purchasing firearms.

But, Democratic opponents felt it would diminish the protections that are already in place,

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28-Year-Old Man Shot Dead While Live Streaming On Facebook

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This is just sad and scary on another level.

Antonio Perkins was hanging out on the sidewalk on Wednesday afternoon when he was suddenly shot dead… and the whole thing was caught on camera.

Perkins, 28, was on a Chicago street casually partying when he started recording a video on Facebook Live, complaining about the heat and laughing with friends.

Video: Christina Aguilera Wants Change To Help Orlando Victims

However, after roughly five minutes of recording, about a dozen gun shots rang out from off camera, and Perkins was hit — and the video captured bloody grass and more as the phone tumbled to the ground.

From there, the screen

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This Is What The LGBT Community Is Fighting

This person is what a gun nut sounds like. Presented in full!

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Every Gun Control Opponent Should Read This Assault Rifle Owner's Response To The Orlando Shooting

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This is important.

Yes! An actual gun owner arguing IN DEFENSE of gun control!

On Wednesday, Army vet Brandyn Wayne took to Facebook to call out gun control critics in the wake of the horrific nightclub shooting in Orlando that claimed the lives of 49 people and injured many others.

The military man shared this photo (above) of himself holding the semi-automatic rifle he owns, penning a powerful caption about gun laws in the US.

Related: Orlando Shooter Reportedly Posted To Facebook During The Massacre

And we know you must be thinking it's incredibly hypocritical for someone who has purchased a war weapon to be preaching about regulating the sale of these guns, but hear him out.

After explaining his past history with the armed forces — including his training and familiarity with rifles life this one — and explaining how the gun in the photo works, Brandyn explains he views it more as a piece of memorabilia than a weapon he ever intends to use, writing:

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Orlando Shooting: RuPaul Talks About Drag Race Alumni Who Were At Pulse That Night, Says America Is 'Shaken To The Core'

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RuPaul gets real about the terrible tragedy.

RuPaul is speaking out about last weekend's senseless shooting in Orlando.

On Wednesday, the RuPaul's Drag Race host opened up to Access Hollywood about the terrible tragedy, explaining that it's been difficult for the American people to cope with the horrific massacre that killed 49 people and injured dozens more.

Related: Here's How You Can Help The LGBT Community After The Shooting

The Skin Wars star said this disgusting act has rocked everyone across the country, saying:

"Every American who believes in what this country stands for is shaken to the core. Shaken to the core, and it really does have to stop."

And in order for it to stop, the California native insists that we, as a nation, have to change our way of thinking:

"A collective shift in our consciousness has to happen. That's the solution."

But in the wake of an act fueled by such incomprehensible hate, the TV personality says acceptance and love is the only way we can start that shift, adding:

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It Took Seven Minutes For This Reporter To Buy An Assault Rifle Just Like The One Used In The Orlando Shooting

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This is incredible!!

Helen Ubinas is a reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer, and she was so motivated by the horrific nightclub shooting in Orlando over the weekend, that she decided to test the system and make a statement in her own way.

That is, she wanted to prove a point about gun control laws by walking into a gun shop and buying a weapon — the exact same weapon that was used in what is now the deadliest mass shooting in American history.

Related: Orlando Survivor Pens Powerful Letter To Shooter: 'We Are Stronger Than Your Hate'

Only, Ubinas didn't count on one thing during her trip: it was so simple to purchase the gun that it even left her absolutely shocked at just how quickly she was able to do it.

Seven minutes.

That's right. It took her SEVEN MINUTES to buy an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle.

She recounted her story today in a horrifyingly jarring piece in Philadelphia's Inquirer, in which she wrote:

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