EMILY COMPAGNO (CO-HOST): I would be rejected outright obviously because I say "you guys" every five seconds. I mean I would be rejected immediately and then expelled I guess five seconds in. I could never be a soldier.
JANETTE NESHEIWAT (FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR): I say "y'all" anyways so that wouldn't apply to me but you know what? You know, I was actually talking to Congressman [Michael] Waltz (R-FL) and he said to me, "When we're wasting time on this sort of nonsense, you're taking away time to prepare for war. You're taking away time to be prepared against China and Iran and North Korea and Russia." And what else? You know, look, we already have a shortage of military recruits right now. This is going to further deter them and make it more difficult. And you know, especially when they see what's going on in Afghanistan, how we withdrew, and then we have the issues of not being healthy enough, or not making the weight restrictions, or being able to complete their PT tests. You take all of this into consideration, it's going to totally, you know, deter them from joining, and that could be a national security risk if you have a shortage of servicemen and women. So, I just think that we need to really stay focused on what really matters, and that's just being strong enough to fight these wars and be able to protect Americans.