AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): Rudy [Giuliani] said when he was mayor of New York, remember, he said that he thought it was so inhumane. They're saying it's inhumane to block these areas, to put those boulders up. But he said it was so inhumane to watch these people sleeping on the streets. These are human beings. They're someone's child. He said so he would tell his officers, pick them up, go take them to a shelter so that they have food and they have clothes and they get the medical treatment that they need.
BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): People like Dr. Drew, who started this issue -- and by the way, in San Francisco, you don't have the market cornered on homelessness, Los Angeles is right there. It may be even greater even in places like Orange County and in San Diego. That is why the exit strategy for most Californians has hit almost an all-time high. The taxes are too high. The situation is too untenable. And the quality of life is no longer where it was. And keep in mind, too. This is the state that wants to give and is giving illegal immigrants free healthcare. So it's become a magnet. So why even worry about shelter? You can live on the streets and be taken care of. It's an outrageous series of events.