Ever since the State Department dispatched Susan Rice to not one, not two, but all five Sunday morning news programs in Sept. 2012 to explain how a YouTube video had incited the fatal attack on the diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, we’re just a little nervous when someone from the administration blankets the networks.

This Sunday morning, a week after an Islamic terrorist slaughtered patrons of a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., Attorney General Loretta Lynch will make the entire circuit, appearing on “This Week,” “Face the Nation,” “State of the Union,” “Fox News Sunday,” and “Meet the Press.”

CBS has promoted Lynch’s appearance with the following tweet, but there seems to be something missing. Something … important.

She’ll discuss the Justice Department’s stance on gun laws post-Orlando (it is really any different?) and support for the LGBT community? Any chance someone might squeeze in a question about, say, the department’s stance on Islamic terrorism?

We’re guessing there’s an “understanding” that the networks will keep the focus on Orlando. Time is limited after all, so they can’t cover everything.

Sorry, out of time for this week.