This is becoming all too common.

Miley Cyrus and Adam Sandler performed a tribute to the Las Vegas shooting victims last night on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and a handful of other late night hosts plead for gun control during their monologue's after the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.

"This morning we woke up to another senseless shooting — this time in Las Vegas. In a face of tragedies and acts of terror, we need to remember that good still exists in this world. We're here to entertain you tonight, and that's what we're going to do," Fallon said to the audience as he introduced the singer.

Jimmy Kimmel fought back tears as he talked about the victims and the aftermath, before calling on President Trump and Congress to do something about gun control.

"This morning, we have children without parents and fathers without sons, mothers without daughters. We lost two police officers. We lost a nurse from Tennessee. A special-ed teacher from a local school here in Manhattan Beach. It's the kind of thing that makes you want to throw up or give up. It's too much to even process — all these devastated families who now have to live with this pain forever because one person with a violent and insane voice in his head managed to stockpile a collection of high-powered rifles and use them to shoot people," he began.

"[Trump] spoke this morning, he said he was praying for those who lost their lives. You know, in February, he also signed a bill that made it easier for people with severe mental illness to buy guns legally. The Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, the speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, a number of other lawmakers who won't do anything about this because the NRA has their balls in a money clip, also sent their thoughts and their prayers today, which is good. They should be praying. They should be praying for God to forgive them for letting the gun lobby run this country. Because it is ... so crazy," he added.

Here are some of the other good ones:
    Stephen Colbert: "The bar is so low right now that Congress can be heroes by doing literally anything. Universal background checks, or come up with a better answer. Enforce [Barack] Obama's executive order that denied the mentally ill gun purchases, or a better answer. Reinstate the assault weapons ban, or come up with a better answer. Anything but nothing. Doing nothing is cowardice. Doing something will take courage. Want to make America great again? Do something the last two presidents haven't been able to do. Pass any kind of common sense gun control legislation that the vast majority of Americans want. Because if we are facing pure evil, then by all means, offer thoughts and prayers. But think about what you need to do and pray for the courage to do it.

    Trevor Noah: "We seem to do everything to avoid talking about guns. I've never been to a country where people are as afraid to speak about guns. Every time there's a shooting, you gotta look at something else. Is it Muslims? Is it their religion, is that what it is? Is it blacks? It's the blacks. It's the black-on-black crime. Is it mentally ill people? Is it white nationalists? Every time, it's a different question. And now, after this incident in Las Vegas, we're asking a new question: Is it hotels?"

    James Corden: "I heard today a commentator on the news explaining that there is no real way to prevent lone wolf mass shootings like this. And forgive me, because I'm just a foreigner here and some of you feel I have no place to say this: But how does every other developed country do a better job of preventing these attacks? We can't be surprised that gun crime will always occur where there is such wide availability of guns."

    Seth Meyers: "I would just like to say, are there no steps we can take as a nation to prevent gun violence? Or is this just how it is and how it's going to continue to be? Because when you say, which you always say, 'Now is not the time to talk about it,' what you really mean is there is never a time to talk about it. And it would be so much more honest if you would just admit that your plan is to never talk about it and never take any action."

We couldn't agree more!