TUCKER CARLSON: Qualified immunity has worked so well because police officers, maybe more than anyone else in society, must make difficult split-second decisions on the job, and a lot, they do it constantly. Whether to arrest someone, whether to conduct a search, whether to use force against a suspect. Sometimes, actions they sincerely and reasonably believe are legal are found later by courts to be unconstitutional. Sometimes the very laws they enforce are struck down. That's not their fault, obviously but without qualified immunity, police could be sued for that personally. They could be bankrupted they could lose their homes. That's unfair, it would also end law enforcement. No one would serve as a police officer.