JESSE WATTERS: About what the FBI profiler said and what Greg mentioned about hardening these softer targets, where is the obstacle to having, politically, to having one single armed security guard in every single public school K-12, in the country? It doesn't seem like that is that huge of a deal. Where would be the pushback on that, judge?
JEANINE PIRRO (HOST): The pushback is that people today, many of them are intimidated, they are triggered if there is someone with a gun, they are frightened, that is this new narrative, when you see a gun you should be frightened as opposed to appreciating what they are doing for you. And I know Texas has SRO, school resource officers, and definitely the middle schools and the high schools, the elementary schools, I wouldn't be surprised. But this will be a political issue, make no mistake and again I don't want to get into it, but it's about guns and safety of someone having a gun and protecting you with a gun.
I'll tell you, this is every parent's nightmare. When I heard this, I was shaking. And if you are not a parent, you've got -- you can feel for these children and the long-lasting impact on this. We have a duty to protect citizens, we have a duty to protect children. We have to recognize that crime is becoming pervasive again, the way it was in the '90's. This is crime. This is you know, this is a society where there is no respect and a belief that you can get away with it.