‘We’re in this together’: Fox News anchors are standing up for safety goggles

Fox News’ Joe Kernan and Sean Hannity are standing together in opposition to the Safety Glasses.

Fox News anchors Joe Kernans, Sean Hannity and Mike Huckabee are standing side by side in opposition of the Safety Gloves.

The safety goggles have been in the news recently for a variety of reasons, but there is one issue that is perhaps not mentioned much in the discussion: they are not worn by the people who actually wear them.

According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, there are currently approximately 4.4 million people who have a “safety helmet” and approximately 10.5 million who do not.

And in terms of wearing them, the vast majority of people who wear them are wearing them in a workplace setting.

In order to help them understand why these devices are necessary, Fox News and Hannity are sharing a video with their viewers.

The video, which can be viewed here, features the hosts discussing the issue of safety goggles and how they should be worn.

In this video, Hannity is joined by two other hosts, who discuss their own personal experiences wearing safety goggles.

In the video, the hosts acknowledge that wearing a safety mask while on duty is “a pretty serious thing,” and Hannity acknowledges that people who do wear safety masks may feel uncomfortable when they first try them.

The two hosts also discuss the importance of the safety goggles, and Hannity says that he has never felt safer at work.

Kernans, however, does not feel comfortable wearing the safety glasses, even in a professional setting.

He tells Hannity that he doesn’t feel comfortable walking down the hallway and having someone stare at him, and that he feels more comfortable when he wears a mask.

Hannity also asks if there is a difference between wearing safety glasses while on the job and while wearing a mask, and the hosts reply, “Not that big of a difference.”

Hannities comments come after several conservative news outlets, including Fox News, were forced to issue retractions after they ran stories with questionable content.