CHAD AYERS: I think the statistics are upward in the 95% range where someone knew that they were going to commit this attack and did not say anything. So we have to do a better job on what you said, if you see something, say something.
I honestly think this day and age kids are afraid of being the school snitch, and that's got to go out of the window. We have got 14 little children who have lost their lives today, and I'm devastated. But it goes back, Jesse, we have to do a better job training. Showing a 5-minute video at the beginning of the school year to the teachers is not getting the job done.
JESSE WATTERS (HOST): No, it's not. And don't worry about being a snitch when it comes to a school shooter.