JEANINE PIRRO (CO-HOST): While the police are assessing what to do, those parents are screaming, the children are bleeding out, if indeed they were shot for the first few minutes.
GREG GUTFELD (CO-HOST): Yeah. I mean, it's terrible. And no doubt there will be investigations. There are devastated parents. This is how truth unfolds. It unfolds over time and it's always been my personal feeling that you let the truth unfold over time.
You know, I know that we're criticizing the reaction times of the police, but it's not like we're experts. And we do this a lot, but I would rather just wait for the facts to come out. I mean, sure, you could argue, should they have gone right in or should they have waited for SWAT? What was their training? But I'm not going to pretend that we're right when we come to situations. I mean, we're the media. We're terrible at rushing to judgment. We push out a lot of inaccurate material. A lot of the facts that have come out in this story have turned out not to be true.
So, we're getting another bite in the apple of this story and I just would rather just pull back instead of start condemning people and what they should have done and what they should not have done because the facts always end up changing in this stuff. It always does. So, I don't think there's any benefit to pushing out information, whether it is inaccurate or not, because frankly, what the hell do we know? Really. What the hell do we know?
PIRRO: We don't know. We weren't there.