CNN Anchor Refers to Dallas Gunman’s Actions as ‘Courageous and Brave’ [Video]

CNN Anchor Refers to Dallas Gunman’s Actions as ‘Courageous and Brave’ [Video]

CNN anchor Fredricka Whitfield called the attack on Dallas Police Headquarters “very courageous and brave” on Saturday’s “CNN Newsroom.”

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During a discussion on the Dallas Police headquarters shooting, CNN anchor Fredricka Whitfield appears to have misspoken in referring to the gunman’s actions as “courageous and brave.”

Whitfield was speaking to CNN legal analyst Philip Holloway when she said this:

“It was very courageous and brave, if not crazy as well, to open fire on the police headquarters, and now you have this scene, this standoff. So you believe these are the hallmarks of more than one person’s involvement.”

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Holloway’s demeanor visibly changes when Whitfield praised the would-be cop killer.

“Well, first off, I will say that the Dallas police department did an excellent job handling this situation, and no one other than the suspect was injured,” he said. “Yes, I think it’s very likely he had some degree of assistance. These bombs that detonated immediately when the robot made contact with them, that suggests there might be some level of sophistication that may go beyond what this person is capable of.”

 

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