Netflix Tacked a Warning Onto "Stranger Things" Due To Shooting in Texas 

Netflix Tacked a Warning Onto "Stranger Things" Because of the Shooting in Texas  



The new season of "Stranger Things" dropped TODAY . . . and yesterday, Netflix tacked a last-minute warning onto the first episode, thanks to the elementary school shooting in Texas.



The warning states that the first scene contains violence involving children and, quote, "given the recent tragic shooting at a school in Texas, viewers may find the opening scene of episode 1 distressing.



"We are deeply saddened by this unspeakable violence, and our hearts go out to every family mourning a loved one."



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So Many Artists Have Pulled Out of the NRA Concert, It Will Probably Be Cancelled



The NRA's "Grand Ole Night of Freedom Concert" in Houston may not happen, because no one is left to perform. Almost all of the artists have canceled out of respect for those affected by Tuesday's school shooting. 



Don McLean dropped out Wednesday, and yesterday we saw cancellations from Larry GatlinLee GreenwoodT. Graham BrownLarry Stewart, and Danielle Peck. As of last night, the only remaining performer was Jacob Bryant.



Larry Gatlin released a statement yesterday saying, "I cannot, in good conscience, perform at the NRA convention in Houston this weekend.



"While I agree with most of the positions held by the NRA, I have come to believe that, while background checks would not stop every madman with a gun, it is at the very least a step in the right direction toward preventing [this] kind of tragedy."

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Some people were upset about it, so he posted a video on Facebook a little later. He made it clear that he pulled out because of his "respect for those people in his beloved Texas."

Meanwhile, Lee Greenwood made this statement to Fox News. Quote, "As a father, I join the rest of America is being absolutely heartbroken by the horrific event that transpired in Texas. 



"I was scheduled to perform at NRA's private event on Saturday with my band. After thoughtful consideration, we have decided to cancel the appearance. 



"Please join me to pay our respects as we unite together as would be the most appropriate measure at this time."



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Netflix Presents "Stranger Things" Season 4 Madrid Premiere

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