STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): It's frustrating to know that had somebody been looking at the monitor and seen the guy break into the house, Mr. Pelosi might not have gotten whacked in the head.
AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO_HOST): I wonder if maybe they don't look at the videos if they know that the Speaker has already left the house.
DOOCY: I think there is great big wall of monitors there.
EARHARDT: They said more than a thousand.
DOOCY: They need more people. Listen, on my phone, I have been -- I've gotten four notifications in the last two hours that there is something in front of my house. It's a cat. It's the neighbor's cat. But if my phone can say there is a cat, you know, at my front door, you would think that they would have some sort of technology to give a notification hey, there's a guy breaking into a house.
EARHARDT Well they need to now because I know all the congressmen and women are probably nervous.
BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): All the misinformation is out there because they have not told the facts, like who opened the door? Was the surveillance system on? Did they even have a security system? How did they get in? Was there a third — all of this is because no one would answer basic questions.
EARHARDT: I read there was broken glass. I don't know if he broke the glass and then went in through the window.
KILMEADE: Then you find out they are wrestling, and then after the cops get in then he gets hit with the hammer? Bizarre.