The "Criminal Minds" Cast Is Sharing Goodbye Photos And Messages With Fans – BuzzFeed

In case you missed it, Criminal Minds is set to come to an end after Season 15.

So, in honor of the final days of filming their 10-episode season, the cast has been sharing some of their favorite behind-the-scenes pics as well as some heartfelt feelings. Grab a tissue and get ready to tear up:


Aisha Tyler (Dr. Tara Lewis) shared this pic of the entire cast and their new matching rings:


Joe Mantegna (David Rossi) shared this beautiful note to all the Criminal Minds fans out there:


And Paget Brewster (Emily Prentiss) responded with this sweet message!

We all need to thank @JoeMantegna for becoming the captain of our Criminal Minds ship when we were lost at sea and scared. Joe, you are my mentor, my inspiration and my friend. Thank you.

12:33 AM – 14 May 2019


Joe shared a pic of the show’s final table read…


…which Aisha and Matthew Gray Gubler (Dr. Spencer Reed) showed up to in matching jumpsuits:


Daniel Henney (Matt Simmons) shared this adorable photo of the entire cast in their FBI gear:


And then Matthew zoomed in on Joe’s hand to show just how much the cast doesn’t want to say goodbye to each other:

day 4 of the last C.M 4 ever. (based on our hands you can probably profile that we don’t want to let each other go)

11:30 AM – 08 May 2019


Kirsten Vangsness (Penelope Garcia) shared a pic of her character’s iconic desk…


…and then she posted pics of pics that are displayed on the makeup department’s walls:


AJ Cook (Jennifer Jareau) said goodbye to all her cast mates will a bunch of heartwarming pics:


And Daniel shared this cute pic of him on set with Matthew, AJ, and Joe:


Joe shared this cool pic of him and his stuntman!


And Aisha commemorated her time on the show by getting a tattoo of a gun — as she says in her caption, “it’s a metaphorical gun not a real one so save the judgmental comments; this gun only fires free hugs” — to remind her to always be ready for life:


And finally, Matthew shared this cute pic of the cast “slurping up every last minute of joy” with his magical family:

The final season of Criminal Minds is set to premiere during the 2019-2020 TV season.

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    • The White House has unveiled a new tool for people to report bias or censorship they encounter on social media sites. 
    • Before users can provide the material though they must answer this question: Are you a US citizen or permanent resident? 
    • The form doesn’t say exactly how the information will be used, which in the case of non-US citizens or permanent residents could be potentially dangerous. 
    • Currently, President Trump is trying to add a similar citizenship question to the 2020 census, but that decision is still being decided by the Supreme Court. 
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    The White House’s new online tool for people to report perceived bias or censorship on social media platforms asks users to submit screenshots, links and any other details that could show they were penalized for their political views.

    It also wants to know if you’re an American citizen.

    The online form, launched on Wednesday and officially called the Tech Bias Story Sharing Tool, asks about nationality in the third question, right after users enter their first and last names. 

    “Are you a US citizen or permanent resident?” the form asks. 

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    On the landing page for the tool — which is no more than a simple Typeform — it says that “too many Americans have seen their accounts suspended, banned, or fraudulently reported for unclear ‘violations’ of user policies. No matter your views, if you suspect political bias caused such an action to be taken against you, share your story with President Trump.” 

    The problem is that the form doesn’t say exactly how the information will be used, which in the case of non-US citizens or permanent residents could be potentially dangerous.  The Trump administration has pushed for stricter immigration laws, and has called for deporting immigrants who are in the country illegally without the usual legal process.

    Currently, President Trump is trying to add a similar citizenship question to the 2020 census, but that decision is still being decided by the Supreme Court, which heard arguments for the case in late April. Opponents of adding a citizenship question to the census say that doing so could discourage participation and ultimately impact the allocation of Congressional seats. 

    Read more: The White House created an online tool for Facebook and Twitter users to report examples of political bias and censorship

    Adding the citizenship question to the new social media bias tool could be a straightforward way for the White House to narrow down the submissions it needs to review. In fact, when selecting that you are not a US citizen, the form does not allow you to move forward and provide a response. It does, however, collect a person’s first name and last name. 

    The White House did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment. 

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