It is important to me that you feel safe. That you and your family feel safe. I want you to feel like this can still be your home.
For the most part, people feel safe. They forget to turn the alarm on, leave windows open, patio doors. I didn’t want anyone to feel safe. Why should they have that luxury?
You may have 800 houses, my friend, but none of them is home. We will keep you on the run for the rest of your life, or until we catch you, or kill you. From now on, nowhere is safe.
When I was a kid, we never even locked our doors. Nobody did. Everybody went to church. Now, nobody goes to church, and everybody locks their doors.
We made it. We’re almost home. And when we finish this, when everyone’s safe, we’ll have all the time in the world to do things differently.