On FOX Across America with Jimmy Failla, Fox News contributor Johnny "Joey" explains why asking people to stay home for two weeks to fight the coronavirus is not as big a sacrifice as Americans have been asked to make in the past for their country.
"In World War II, people were asked to sacrifice everything about their livelihood so that we could survive the war and win it and what came from it was was one of the most prosperous times this country's ever seen in the '50's and 60's. When you see what happened with 9/11, a very small fraction of the country was asked and answered the call. But through it, the entire country united and felt like they were a part of it. And then you look what's happening today and literally we're asking the next generation to stay home, to be responsible, to wash their hands. We are not in dire straits. Across the board, there are people in dire straits, but staying home for two weeks is not dire straits."