Anchor of “Fox News At Night” Shannon Bream joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to react to NPR reporter Nina Totenberg claiming the “leading theory” is a clerk for a conservative justice leaked the majority draft opinion in a Supreme Court case that could overturn Roe V. Wade.

“My issue is her using the word leading theory. I don’t think that’s the leading theory. Is it a theory? Sure. I think we just don’t know. What I do think is that we will get a name, one of two ways. First of all, the Chief Justice is adamant about protecting the court as an institution and his coworkers. They’re very protective of each other. And they get along well and they want the best for themselves, for the court, for their colleagues. It’s such a small universe of people. I think he’s going to demand that they get an answer. This is not like some Congressional investigation where 18 months from now they’ll put out a 6,000 page report that tells us nothing about who did it. I think he’s going to be much more determined to get that answer. Or, if this person was from a Left-leaning office over there in the court, I think they’ll actually step up and take credit at some point because there’s such praise for them as a potential whistleblower and leaker and person of history and making a difference that I think if there’s enough of that, and it was on the Left, that person will actually step up and raise their hand.”

Plus, Shannon tells Jimmy why she decided to place a little wager on longshot horse Rich Strike to win the Kentucky Derby over the weekend. To hear what else she had to say, listen to the podcast!