(Tea Party PAC) – Like clockwork, celebrities took to Twitter to call for your gun rights to be taken away after the latest mass shooting at a school in Santa Clarita, California and no, they did not wait to learn any of the facts or bother to check if their calls for gun control were even relevant to this particular situation.

Spoiler: they weren’t.

Oh, and they also blamed President Donald Trump, because of course they did.

As Breitbart News reported yesterday, surveillance cameras captured the 16-year-old suspect pulling a .45 caliber handgun out of his backpack and opening fire on fellow students before killing himself. Five other students were shot, and two died after being transported to the hospital, according to CBS Los Angeles.

Que the ignorant liberal outrage:

This week’s school shooting, 7:38am PT this morning at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California. 6 students shot, 2 dead as of now. I have NO prayers, but MANY thoughts. We Americans are a strangely frightened people with 340 million guns in private possession. Madness!

— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) November 14, 2019

We Americans are a violent people. Kill. Kill. Kill. Kill Indians. Lynch black people or shoot them in their homes. Invade nations. Assassinate leaders. A Senate that kills the Violence Against Women’s Act. Not one bishop in jail for allowing rape of children. The list is endless

— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) November 14, 2019

No liberal Twitter hysteria would be complete without characters like Alyssa Milano and Michael Ian Black, who blamed the NRA.

Milano shared the hashtag “NoRA.”

Considering literally no mass shooter in the history of ever has actually been a member of the NRA, I’m going to go out on a limb and venture to guess that this 16-year-old, for whom a motive has yet to be named, was in fact, not a member of the NRA.

Another day. Another school shooting.

When will we demand meaningful change? When will our voices mean more to our elected officials than their funding from the NRA?

How many children need to suffer? How many need to die?#NoRA

— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) November 14, 2019

Black repeated the same stupid line that the NRA is a “terrorist” organization despite, again, no one from their organization ever being responsible for killing anyone. Black is clearly unaware that the word “terrorist” has an actual definition in the English language and does not include “people you don’t like.”

The NRA remains a terrorist organization. https://t.co/uWjneTzbZ6

— Michael Ian Black (@michaelianblack) November 14, 2019

Author Stephen King issued a foul-mouthed, inexplicable attack on Trump.

Trump is said to be “monitoring the situation” in Santa Clarita. Is he a useless piece of shit or is it just me?

— Stephen King (@StephenKing) November 14, 2019

Actress Minnie Driver tried out some hashtags:

#GunControlNow #EnoughIsEnough pic.twitter.com/2lofD4RxP2

— Minnie Driver (@driverminnie) November 14, 2019

Famed “slacktivist” and actress Debra Messing gave a nod to “Moms Demand” gun control group:

Not AGAIN. OMG. I am praying for all the people physically hurt and spiritually traumatized by the #SantaClarita school shooting. This MUST STOP. We must protect our children. @MomsDemand

— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) November 14, 2019

Lin-Manuel Miranda called for the vague “gun control now,” while actress Piper Perabo called for universal background checks, because that sounds like something that liberals say will stop mass shootings, right?

From a parent in Santa Clarita today.
Could be you or me or any other parent tomorrow.
It’s not right. #GunControlNow https://t.co/1jKyhOLkpG

— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) November 14, 2019

Perabo did not mention that California has had universal background checks since the 1990s. The state also has an “assault weapons” ban, a 10-day waiting period on gun purchases, and a requirement that would-be gun buyers get a safety certificate from the state before buying a firearm.

California has a one-handgun-a month purchase limit, registration requirements for gun owners, ammunition controls, gun confiscation laws, and a ban on teachers being armed to shoot back in case they are under attack.