BUCK: Rush, if we could have him from heaven now speak to all of us, he would say, "Serve my audience, guys, help save the country."
Watch Clay cover the infuriating details of what was clearly an epic failure of law enforcement in Uvalde, Texas.
LEO: He passed away a week ago, yesterday, actually, and it's the last great memory I have with him in giving him this letter.
GOV. DESANTIS: I was a good Division One player. I think I hit .336 my senior year. I was a four-year starter.
CLAY: I hope that everyone who made these 911 calls is still alive.
JONES: Sometimes we can smile and enjoy and that’s where it ties into what Americans do on Memorial Day.
CALLER: It's better I die than those kids die. I'm sorry. That's my oath. That's the oath you take to protect and serve.
CARR: We can harden our softest targets here, and we can protect our children, and that should be a top priority.
CLAY: What in the world were they doing, and who in the world was making the decisions on that day?
CLAY: The details on this story continue to get uglier and uglier in terms of the response.