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JENKINS: “One NASCAR driver is showing her support for law enforcement at Kentucky speedway. Driver Angela Ruch joining forces with The Wounded Blue organization. The Trump features the motto never alone, never forgotten as well as the thin blue line flag. Here with more, Angela Ruch and the founder of the wounded blue, lieutenant Randy Sutton. Good morning to you. Angela, I want to start with you. You are a superstar in the racing series, and now you’re taking this action by putting back the blue on your car. Why you doing it?”
RUCH: “You know, I’ve got to be honest with you, it was not an easy decision for me knowing that, you know, sponsors could fire me at any given point or time or, you know, I could lose my second season of my reality show all by voicing my opinion. So it was a difficult thing to do, but in the end in my heart I believe in backing the men and women in blue and doing this great honor for this incredible man sitting beside me and everything they have to offer.
JENKINS: “Well, Randy, what’s your reaction and to the thousands of men if women in law enforcement across the country, how do they feel about what Angela’s decided to do?”
SUTTON: “Well, I can tell you right now that the men and women of American law enforcement are are looking at Angela and thanking her. She’s one of the few people in the sports world that is standing up for them. And our organization, The Wounded Blue, is the national assistance and support organization for injured and disabled law enforcement officers. This group of men and women has sacrificed so much, and they’re seeing what’s been happening to the brothers and sisters in the field. Many officers have been injured just in the last two weeks in all the violence, and that’s what The Wounded Blue is all about. When we say never forgotten, never alone, that’s what we mean, because these men and women feel like they’re under — men and women feel like they’re under siege.”
JENKINS: “This is going to be rallying something to watch. Angela, my hat’s off to you with. I know your uncle won the Daytona 500 in 1990, maybe you’ll win backing the blued to. If you want to donate, visit The Wounded Blue.org and, of course, tune in tonight to the gator outdoor truck racing series starting at 6 P.M. On Fox Sports 1. You don’t want to miss it. Angela Ruch, good luck to you. Randy Sutton, thanks for all you do.”
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