On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Anchor of “The Faulkner Focus” and “Outnumbered” Co-Host Harris Faulkner discussed her new Fox Nation show, “When Seconds Count,” which focuses on the brave actions of first responders, so of which go uncelebrated each and every day.
“Law enforcement doesn’t want to be thought of the way that it’s being talked about today. These are more than just people’s jobs and livelihoods that you’re talking about defunding. It’s their calling for some of them. For most of them, it’s their dedication. 19% of our law enforcement today are former military. It’s a calling for them. They actually have an ‘I love you’ complex. ‘I love America. I’m a patriot. I want to help my community.’ And just law enforcement in general has a complex, and a very positive use of the word, which we don’t often hear it like this, but a mindset and identity wrapped up in what they can do for us. And EMTs and firefighters are an extension of that. I just really honestly feel that we got to this point because we are addicted to one thing. It’s a drug, it’s called cancel. Have you seen it? People snort it because they got to cancel everybody. They just want to cancel. It’s more than a culture. It’s a drug.”