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Mother Breaks Down After Seeing Her 3-Year-Old Daughter Practice A Mass Shooting Drill — Read Her Passionate Post

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This mother was horrified.

A Michigan mom is deeply disturbed by her three-year-old's school safety drill.

Earlier this month, Stacey Feeley caught her young daughter standing on their toilet at home. The parent snapped a pic (above) because she thought her little girl was just being goofy.

But then, the toddler told her momma that she was actually practicing a mass shooting drill she had learned at her Traverse City preschool.

Related: Every Gun Control Opponent Should Read This

This happened just days after the horrific shooting at Orlando's Pulse gay club that killed 49 people.

Horrified, Stacey took to Facebook on June 15 to draw attention to the fact that we live in a society that's teaching children to expect mass shootings, and practice hiding from gunmen.

Miz Feeley penned an impassioned plea to politicians, writing:

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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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Taylor Swift Posts A Touching Tribute To The Victims Of The Orlando Shooting

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Taylor remembers the victims.

Taylor Swift is finally ready to speak about the terrible tragedy that rocked Orlando.

On Friday, the pop princess took to Instagram to remember the 49 lives taken in the senseless shooting at Pulse nightclub on Sunday.

Related: Out Actress Lea DeLaria Gets Choked Up Talking About Orlando

The songwriter posted a picture of flowers surrounding a poster that displayed the handwritten names of all the victims.

The 26-year-old addressed the loved ones of those who were horrifically killed in the attack, captioning the touching tribute:

"As you bury your loved ones this week, please know that there are millions of us sending you love and our deepest sympathy in the face of this unthinkable and devastating tragedy."

You can see her entire post (below):

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Brother-In-Law Of Orlando Shooter REFUSES To Say If He Knew About The Attack Plot Beforehand!

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Just who exactly was privy to the shooter's plan?

Throughout this week, more details have surfaced about Omar Mateen's plan to open fire in Orlando's Pulse nightclub, where he killed 49 people and injured dozens on Sunday.

Initially, Omar's wife Noor Salman said she was just an innocent victim in the mass shooting plot — but new evidence is suggesting she might be more guilty than we thought.

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

With that in mind, people are starting to wonder just how many family members were privy to Mateen's attack plan.

According to DailyMail, Mustafa Abasin — the husband of Omar's sister Sabrina Abasin — has refused to comment about whether or not he was aware of his brother-in-law's horrific intentions.

When DM posed the question to the 43-year-old, Mustafa declined to discuss the controversial case.

The publication also says

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Out Actress Lea DeLaria Gets Choked Up Talking About Orlando LGBT Hate Crime At OITNB Premiere

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The terrible tragedy in Orlando really hits home for Lea DeLaria.

The openly gay actress spoke out about the senseless shooting at Pulse Nightclub on Sunday that claimed the lives of 49 people and injured many more.

Video: Charlie Puth Dedicates See You Again Performance To Orlando

The Orange Is The New Black star broke down while talking about the atrocious attack at the Florida gay club at the Netflix premiere on Thursday, explaining that places like Pulse are where people in the LGBT community go to feel safe:

"When you are a queer individual, as I am, and you want to go someplace where you feel safe, you go to the local bar. You go to the gay bar. You go there, and you're with your friends, and you dance until all hours of the morning. It's where we have community. It's where we have our culture. It's where we feel safe."

But in the wake of the horrific massacre, the 58-year-old says the community has lost its safe spaces:

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Charlie Puth Dedicates See You Again To Orlando Shooting Victims In This Touching Tribute

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What an emotional performance.

On Friday, Charlie Puth took the stage on the TODAY show to pay tribute to the 49 lives tragically taken in the senseless shooting at Orlando's Pulse nightclub Sunday.

The soulful singer went on the popular morning program to perform his hit song See You Again, which originally appeared on the soundtrack of Furious 7 to remember Paul Walker.

Related: Charlie Pays Tribute To Christina Grimmie

Before he started the song, the 24-year-old explained to the show's cohosts that he'll be performing in honor of the victims of the horrific massacre, noting that keeping memories alive is what the track is all about:

"But like I always say, 'Your body dies, but your soul lives on.' Everyone's soul who was lost that day goes in through everybody else. That's what 'See You Again' is about. It's to help with everyone cope with a loss."

The New Jersey native performed the beautiful ballad as pictures of the people who lost their lives flashed across the screen in a moving montage.

Watch Charlie's touching tribute (below):

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