JEANINE PIRRO (CO-HOST): One of the things that we learned -- I suspect everyone at this table learned -- was we learned about good sportsmanship. That when you lose, you have to be polite.
Think about it. In this world today, we're all winners, okay? No one is being taught that, you know, that there's a winner and there's a loser. Everybody is a winner, everybody gets a trophy, that's what's going on in schools today.
It's almost like, then you go to a game and there really are losers. And it's amazing that people who don't even have skin in the game, they're not even a part of the team, they've become so outraged that they are willing to kill somebody.
And we shouldn't have to see stabbings and beatings that end up in a homicide at a sporting event where people supposedly, as you say, go to forget their problems and to join other people. And who knows whether it's the pandemic or COVID or the -- we are in a world where there is a lack of civility, there is a lack of consequence, there is a lack of law enforcement. There is chaos and anarchy. There is no law and order anymore.