Celebrities react to San Bernardino massacre
Fourteen dead. Upwards of a dozen injured.
The tragic news out of San Bernardino dominated headlines and Twitter feeds around the world Wednesday.
The shooting occurred about an hour's drive East of Los Angeles where many celebrities expressed their heartbreak and condolences to the families of the victims of the worst mass shooting in the U.S. since Sandy Hook.
In vogue comedienne Amy Schumer, who earlier this year threw her support behind gun control measures alongside her cousin Sen. Chuck Schumer, said simply, "these shootings must stop."