On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Kennedy discussed why she thinks the coronavirus outbreak is not like any other event she's seen before.
"The only thing I can compare it to is a pre-apocalyptic event. I was in kind of two post-apocalyptic events. One was the L.A. riots, when really society fell apart within an hour before my eyes, I'd never seen anything like it. I couldn't believe it. The riots were just gaining steam as they went down Hollywood Boulevard. I'd never seen anything like it. And then people with guns everywhere, firebombing cars, pulling the chain doors open at 7-Eleven, pulling the A.T.M. out, pulling the workers out, crazy stuff. The other one was the '94 earthquake. But that's the reaction after something happens. This, the anticipation is completely different. Most people have never been inconvenienced for 14 days, and so they're panicked and they have decided that the only currency and the only thing they might run out of is paper products. It's the weirdest thing."