Wednesday morning on FOX and Friends, Ainsley Earhardt shared an emotional plea after a tragic Texas school shooting left more than twenty people dead. Ainsley shared a powerful message quoting the Bible saying “love your neighbor as yourself,” noting that the Bible does not say “love your neighbor if…” Asking how our country heals from such a tragedy, Ainsley asked parents to take their children to church noting that though she does not know what is going on in the individuals’ hearts who commit such heinous acts, it is certain that they have a void, “a hole in their heart,” that has turned them evil. Ainsley added that we need to help those who need help, love each other, and be united as one country.
Ainsley Earhardt Shares Emotional Plea in Response to Texas Tragedy
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