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Celebrities react to San Bernardino shooting

Celebrities shared their thoughts on social media after a mass shooting Wednesday afternoon at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, Calif. The incident left at least 14 dead and 14 injured, and the suspects are still at large.

Stars reacted in a range of emotions; while most were shocked, some, like director Michael Moore, pointed out that shootings have become commonplace and no longer very surprising. Many sent their prayers and thoughts to San Bernardino, while others called for tighter gun control.

Piers Morgan expressed his disbelief, saying, "Jesus Christ," after pointing out that the shooting was at a center for the disabled.

Michael Moore pointed out the frequency of mass shootings, by comparing it to a daily TV show.

Soleil Moon Frye, Christina Applegate and Amy Schumer all said they were heartbroken. Schumer is known for working with her cousin, Sen. Chuck Schumer, to push for gun control.

Darren Criss and Andy Richter called for gun control, saying too many Americans are armed.

Ben Schwartz and Seth Green called for action from the people.

Many celebrities sent their prayers and thoughts to the victims.

Others simply expressed their horror.

Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump weighed in; Clinton said she refused to accept frequent shootings as the new "normal" and Trump thanked police officers.

Questlove reposted a tweet saying that Sandy Hook ended the gun control debate.