We were all heartbroken after the mass hitting during a screening of “Trainwreck” in Lafayette, Louisiana, on July 23.

Amy Schumer, the film’s writer and virtuoso, is speaking out about the misfortune. “I’m not sure why this husband select my movie to resolve those two lives and disable nine others, ” the actress announced of Jillian Johnson and Mayci Breaux’s demises, according to Mashable. “But it was very personal for me.”

Now, she’s announcing for change in gun rules by shedding her star power behind new gun control endeavours proposed by her cousin, U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer.

“These shootings have got to stop, ” she said during the conference. “I don’t known better else to say it.”

“We ever find out how the crap-shooter got their gun and it’s ever something that never should have happened in the first place.”

The Schumers are hoping a “three-pronged” approach will help prevent potential mass shootings down the line.

According to a news release provided to Upworthy, their proposed methodology will 😛 TAGEND Keep firearm in safe mitts: New legislation from Sen. Schumer will financially reward is to say that submit necessary chronicles into background check plans. If governments do not comply, they will be penalized. Help governments prioritize mental health care: The senator and actress counselled the Department of Justice to put forth recommendations regarding better patterns considering position criteria on mental health commitments. Fund important mental health programs: The duo called on Congress to fully fund mental health and substance abuse programs. Currently, the Senate’s budget proposal calls on pieces to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.