"Today you should be a senior in school. We should be celebrating love," Fred Guttenberg wrote in a Twitter thread marking the third anniversary of his 14-year-old daughter's murder.
Fred Guttenberg, who lost his daughter in the Parkland school shooting, said he was overcome with emotion when shouting out at President Donald Trump's address.
Security quickly moved to escort Guttenberg out of the chamber as Trump defended the Second Amendment, Newsweek can confirm.
"Putting out a tweet like this, full of your BS on a day when 3 children died is disgusting @senatemajldr," Fred Guttenberg wrote.
"Under what scenario could somebody think this was a good idea? This has me so upset," Fred Guttenberg tweeted.
"You are using the pain of the victims of gun violence to speak in a way that allows you to look like you're going to do something but only to play games with their emotions," Fred Guttenberg said.
"To try and suggest that a wall on the southern border would have saved my daughter's life just makes him an inept representative," Fred Guttenberg said.
"Please, come at me. Attack me with your stupid words, because you're pro-life," Scarborough said to the pro-life community.
"The judge recognized the man and the gesture. He does nothing. Turns away. And then security escorts him," Cuomo said.
An encounter caught on video showed a man arguing with Milano while another man accused her of being a "hypocrite" for having armed security.
"There's nothing else I think about wanting to do," said Fred Guttenberg. "There's nothing else I care about."