Co-host of “Outnumbered” Emily Compagno joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to explain how lawmakers could start to fix some of the major problems facing our country right now, including a nationwide crime spike and an out-of-control situation at the U.S. Southern border.

“We secure the border and we enforce the existing laws. It’s not about new laws, new legislation, new regulation, new anything. Enforce what’s on the books. Every day here is my case study. Every day here is my practice. I get to practice, A, having compassion for people that don’t know how to walk and are lost and are annoying and loud and come out of doors. And also I practice safety and I practice what that looks like in a city that is plagued by violent crime right now. So every day it’s like, I get to try all over again. Every single day it’s a re audition, it’s a new rehearsal, it’s a new practice of me being polite and me also being safe and me recognizing signs. And that’s the sad state of reality. I drove by the Roosevelt Hotel the other day. I mean, we know how to fix it. That’s the thing. That’s why everyone’s moving to Tennessee. That’s why everyone lives in Florida. That’s why everyone wishes we would all move. That’s the whole point. It’s the same thing every day. It’s not rocket science. That’s the unfortunate part.”

Emily also talks about the latest episode of the “Fox True Crime Podcast”. Listen to the podcast to hear what else she had to say!