Gov. Rick Scott

**A YOUNG BOY IS MISSING AFTER BEING TAKEN BY A GATOR AT DISNEY

**TRUMP SPEAKS AGAIN AND LASHES BACK AGAINST THE PRESIDENT

** WE NEED TO IDENTIFY THE ENEMY TO COMBAT THEM

**HOMELAND DIRECTOR SAYS RIGHT WING EXTREMISTS A THREAT TO USA

**480K IMMIGRANTS OVERSTAYED THEIR VISAS WITH ZERO CONSEQUENCE

4:05PM EST - JaLeesa Jones & Stephanie Kersten were at Pulse nightclub on Saturday night. They’re dance instructors at an Orlando area high school; the same high school that JaLeesa attended as a student. They were were able to get out of the club through a back alleyway- they heard everything, they were hiding in a room, the club is separated into different rooms, and they were standing by the DJ booth and everyone ducked and was trapped and had to knock a fence down to escape. Joe Edwards is a Pulse employee. He lost his job and his best friend. He is attempting to organize a car wash and benefit to help raise funds to go towards the victims.

4:35PM EST - Governor Rick Scott of Florida is dealing with the tragic events of Orlando and will be here to update us on the tactics they are taking to protect, heal and move forward. He has yet to hear from our President.

As far as Obama is concerned, Scott said, "He has not called us."

"A staffer has called, but no, he has not called," Scott added, after Kilmeade noted that Obama "was talking about guns yesterday," speculating that the president would talk more about that angle during his visit to the city scheduled for Thursday.

Trump also called him, the governor added. "He called to just ask how I was doing, you know, like everybody else is praying for us," Scott said of the presumptive Republican nominee, whom he endorsed following his victory in the state's March primary.

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

5:05PM EST - Brigitte Gabriel, Terror Expert and Analyst & Founder and CEO of Act for America and Amer Zahr, Arab-American speaker, writer, professor, comedian are here to debate and discuss the horrific events that happened in Orlando on Sunday. Why does our President believe that this is not an act of terror that should be identified by radical Islam? Why is there a focus on guns when every protocol was followed to issue the guns? Instead maybe we should focus on the fact that FBI released this man and others from surveillance as a result of the political correctness of the Obama Administration. Obama had this to say about the attacks in Orlando and our fight against terror:

And let me make a final point. For a while now, the main contribution of some of my friends on the other side of the aisle have made in the fight against ISIL is to criticize the administration and me for not using the phrase “radical Islam.” That’s the key, they tell us. We cannot beat ISIL unless we call them radical Islamists.

What exactly would using this label would accomplish? What exactly would it change? Would it make ISIL less committed to try to kill Americans? Would it bring in more allies? Is there a military strategy that is served by this?

5:30PM EST - Congressman Louie Gohmert of Texas’s first district is here to talk about the horrible things that are happening inside the house and senate with regard to dealing with extremism and terrorism. Director of Homeland Security that Jeh Johnson says that right wing extremists are just as much of a threat to the nation as Islamic terrorists.

One month after the San Bernardino terrorist attack that left 14 innocent people dead, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson told advisors that right wing extremists pose just as much of a threat to the country as Islamic extremists.