Good Grief – CNN Anchor Fredricka Whitfield Says Dallas Gunman “Courageous and Brave” – For Trying To Kill Cops…

Safe to say CNN choose not to hide their cop hatred on this occasion:

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78 Responses to Good Grief – CNN Anchor Fredricka Whitfield Says Dallas Gunman “Courageous and Brave” – For Trying To Kill Cops…

  1. Amy says:

    Can you imagine if a white person said that? Can you imagine if a white person said they don’t give two shits like Rachel Dolezal said about not caring about what white people think?
    This is beyond..

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  2. Wonder what the white house paid for that statement? Geez..

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  3. belle says:

    Wow. I had to listen to this 3x to make sure I heard her say courageous. God help us!

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    • amwick says:

      It took me two takes. I hope she knows how terrible that sounded. If that wingnut was courageous and brave, then POTUS is the best president ever, Miss Mosby should be on the Supreme Court, and Hilary Clinton never erased her gov. emails.

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  4. I would love to say I’m surprised by this but…

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  5. WeeWeed says:

    Good God. Further proof that even morons can get a job in this administration’s media machine.

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  6. franker01 says:

    Possibly this woman went all didactic as a result of some overly aggressive attempt at skin pigmentation a la Rachel Dolezal? LOL

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  7. georgiafl says:

    The ‘News’ media grows more ludicrous every day. Mouths moving, noises coming out, but nothing really worth hearing.

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  8. joanfoster says:

    If she is not fired by tomorrow, every American should boycott the sponsors of all programming on CNN. What a total incompetent idiot to be the face of your news room. This is beyond outrageous. We have seen a lot of Obama sons and daughters, I believe this nitwit is either a sister or girlfriend.

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  9. AdukeLAXobserver says:

    This woman’s statements goes to show everyone how successful all this anti cop propaganda has been. And we can’t just blame the left for it. Plenty of anticop stuff at places like reason.com.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      You cannot have a debate about something if everyone agrees on everything. Somebody had to draw the short straw on this subject. You see this stuff all the time on MSM, one person taking a side and you know damn well they do not believe what they are saying.

      I am going to put my cards on that she was just taking the other side of the argument for the sake of providing commentary.

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      • kpm58 says:

        Pardon my ignorance, but what is there to debate?

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      • franker01 says:

        Don’t think so. This situation was so clear that it would have been like her saying the Twin Towers Killers were somehow courageous and just regular guys!
        Bull Hockey.
        She is a Clown.
        IMO

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        • bertdilbert says:

          It was a suicide by cop, with just frills added to make it not look so obvious.

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          • patrickhenryrevisited says:

            It looks to be just that.
            The only part that has me wondering is whether or not this guy intentionally did not take innocent people with him.
            Given the number of rounds that he fired, it is rather extraordinary that no one was hit.

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        • lovely says:

          Remember what the vile Bill Maher said after the savages flew planes into the world trade center;

          We have been the cowards. Lobbing cruise missiles from two thousand miles away. That’s cowardly. Staying in the airplane when it hits the building. Say what you want about it. Not cowardly.

          The MSM has long been an anti American propaganda tool.

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  10. Burnt Toast says:

    It’s OK, not like she really views ‘courageous’ and ‘brave’ as admirable qualities.

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  11. manickernel says:

    I was reading a lot of the comments on the ABC coverage about the guy. I was amazed at how many were basically saying they empathized with him due to the family court system. Weird.

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    • franker01 says:

      Family Courts are often screwed up but to have a MSM (admittedly minor MSM since it was CNN) Hack say the things that she did should get her butt fired.
      IMO

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    • patrickhenryrevisited says:

      I could empathize with him if he is another victim of bureaucratic incompetence.
      I could understand a high level of frustration at being unable to attain a just outcome.
      Neither of those things is justification though for endangering the lives of anyone else.

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      • Although on the surface I agree with your comment, what exactly is the appropriate response when you reach your limit? The system is rigged, the courts compromised, the politicians corrupt and the people indifferent at best. Most foolishly think posting a comment is taking action and assuage their conscious while moving on to deciding what to have for dinner. Maybe he should have been more specific in targeting his oppressors? I don’t support his action but understand his desperation…

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        • patrickhenryrevisited says:

          I don’t support or excuse his actions in any way.
          The answer to ‘what is the appropriate response when someone reaches their limit’ (with the caveat that there are NO limits on self control) is a call I would only make for myself.
          My take on his ‘solution’ is that he committed suicide.
          I suppose that would preclude further torment in this world for him.
          With no intent to be facetious I believe suicide is both a selfish and ineffective way to solve problems.
          Fighting (and prevailing) ‘City Hall’ within the system isn’t easy, but it’s not impossible.

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  12. patrickhenryrevisited says:

    It’s doubtful that this shill actually knows the meaning of either the word ‘brave’ or ‘courageous.’
    It is however notable that the ability to speak out of ones backside with that sound appearing to come out of the mouth is common among this species.

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  13. Lou says:

    I’m still trying to figure out if she used a poor choice of words or she meant it in a malicious way. the way it sounded when I initially heard it though sounded malicious.

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  14. Gary says:

    Am I alone in feeling as though there just aren’t any more “cheeks” left to turn?

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  15. partyzantski says:

    This is unsurprising.

    America’s police depts may have some issues, but they sure do not deserve having the media paint targets on all of them. I would urge CNN to retract those statements and issue an on-air apology, forthwith.

    This level of official hate coming through the media should be a clear warning to all Americans that bad things draw near when a group gets officially vilified. It is sounding more and more like 1936 all over again. That did not work out so hot last time. We as a nation have some time left to rethink this, but not that much time. It is hard to tell how close the falls are when all sound is drowned out by the roar of water.

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  16. mcguffin says:

    She should be fired. At.
    How brave and courageous that would that be!

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  17. John Galt says:

    The woman thinks the lunatic was courageous and brave and the man thinks that a mercury switch is sophisticated and beyond the comprehension of an average guy.

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  18. greatgranny says:

    good grief is right – what is this world coming too??

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  19. angie says:

    Ok, I’m sorry but the chemtrails are not spraying disease, they’re spraying hallucinogens because this world is crazy.

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  20. Millwright says:

    I’m still trying to wrap my head around the “brave and courageous’ justification proffered by the CNN talking head !! Crapola like this on a major media program is irresponsible, at the very least. The ‘head’ could have expressed concern with discovering the reasons for the attack. What’s “brave and courageous” about a surprise attack on ‘those that didn’t do it’ ? But her partner did raise an interesting element. He reported the ‘pipe bombs’ found were readily triggered by the robot indicating some higher level of sophistication that would have been expected. Hopefully time will tell the whole story.

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  21. JeremyR says:

    CNN reaches rock bottom, continues to dig. There are bad cops out there, but even if this guy had walked up and shot Dallas’ worst cop, it would not be justice. it would not be courageous, it would not be honorable.
    One part of me hopes the boys in blue show their respect for the CNN folks by ticketing every last one of them if they exceed the posted speed by just two miles per hour. They won’t though.

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  22. west1890 says:

    She’s not a school principal so I guess it’s OK………..//s

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  23. revbacon says:

    I actually just think she’s a complete moron. If she had used the word, “brazen” or “cocky” or “hubristic” she wouldn’t have been taken to task so roundly. In her uneducated mind, there is no difference between that and the line she used.

    There do exist brazen, cocky, fearless lowlifes who would think nothing of trading their lives for the lives of those rough men who stand ready to do violence on our behalf. The connotations of the words “courageous” and “brave” do not fit such lowlifes. Failure to know and learn that, in my mind, is failure to know and learn what this country was once about. It is the same type of failure that might cause one to utter such odious lines as “all that for a damn flag?” or “I was never proud of my country.”

    #blacklinesmatter

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    • Sandra says:

      I understand your point. Her vocabulary is insufficient. But think about of the recent high profile killers, like the Colorado guy who is on trial, or the Boston bombers. Would she have referred to any of them as “brazen” ?

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  24. littlelaughters says:

    Fire. Her. Now.

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  25. JunieG says:

    She is a news reader with many years experience. Presumably she has a better vocabulary than most. She could have chosen words like “bold, ” “brazen, ” and “audacious,” but she didn’t. She could have said “ballsy, ” which is vulgar. She chose “brave” and “courageous, ” adjectives with positive connotations. She knows the difference. She didn’t misspeak, but said something I find deeply disturbing. Richard Sanchez was fired for far less than this. Whitfield needs to go.

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  26. lovely says:

    Think of the outrage there would be if she said that the sharpshooter who killed the gunman was “courageous and brave.” She would have already been fired or forced to resign.

    Courageous New World AKA Fundamental Changes.

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  27. ThankYou,Treepers says:

    Both on broadcast corporate media or personal electronic social media, blacks are increasingly showing themselves to be:

    1) unable to accurately grasp facts and distill truth;

    2) morally detached from the values necessary for civilized citizenship; and

    3) relentless advocates of their group narrative demanding more appeasement with no regard for fairness, justice or truth.

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    • Sharon says:

      Both on broadcast corporate media or personal electronic social media, some blacks are increasingly showing themselves to be

      ……

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      • ThankYou,Treepers says:

        “some”

        A disappointingly large portion who sound of group unanimity because nothing or next to nothing is heard from blacks speaking out against the popularly held but flawed views.
        Black criminality is hideously excessive.
        Policing it is dangerous, hard, sloppy, necessary work. So those doing it, like all humans, make mistakes (although not in the recent high profile cases of Mike Brown, New York Gardner, Walter Scott, Baltimore Freddie, Craig Ranch, etc., as revealed here). The black community is always the segment most devastated by black criminality so the law abiding citizens there need the police most. There should be shows of support for police within that community by people who understand that criminals and contingent fee civil attorneys have every motive to constantly falsely accuse police of wrongdoing.
        Anybody rational sees it’s irrational not to profile muslims for air traffic safety.
        If you’re black and the police profile you in an effort to stem the devastating flow of black crime, don’t blame the police for trying to protect the community.
        Blame your black brothers who have done all the crime that makes profiling rational and necessary.

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  28. yakmaster2 says:

    At first I thought she must have made a freudian slip of the tongue with the words “very brave” and “courageous” and that she must not be reading correctly (or at all) from her teleprompter, but then she goes on to add a qualifier to that description by adding “if not crazy.” So, she didn’t misspeak. Apparently to her, the gunman was either very brave or crazy to fire on police headquarters. Well, if Whitfield is going to speculate on the gunman’s character (very brave and/or courageous) how about a description like “violent vigilante” and if hazarding a guess about his state of mind, how about “murderous rage?” I can’t imagine Whitfield ever letting the police off the hook regarding character or state of mind the way she did this gunman. She’s just got a creepy way of thinking.

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  29. doodahdaze says:

    They must know something about the perp.

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  30. lorac says:

    I just listened to the video. It sounds like she is saying that the male whom she is interviewing used those words, and she is repeating them to open up the conversation. If those words are hers, I think she was meaning that one person going up against a police station took guts, especially since she says “or crazy”. I don’t know these two people’s work, so I could be wrong, but listening to this clip, I didn’t get the idea that she is an idealogue who thinks it’s cool to shoot cops….

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    • PatrickSMcNally says:

      It was sloppy language, but I agree that this has been overblown. It reminds of when Louis Farrakhan once created a stink by referring to Hitler as “a great man.” The defense of Farrakhan was that he did not really mean to pass any judgment on the validity of Hitler’s politics but was only commenting on Hitler’s indisputable talents as a leader who mobilized great numbers of followers.

      There was much fuss at the time and people correctly pointed out that the Nation of Islam has promoted the Protocols of the Meetings of the Learned Elders of Zion to its followers. But it wasn’t worth haranguing forever about what Farrakhan meant when saying that Hitler was a great man. There was more important dirt about the NOI to be exposed. I imagine that the same thing applies with this CNN-mouthpiece.

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      • mosey says:

        Patrick, what you don’t understand is that Ms Whitfield’s comments are the window into the soul of what these brain dead media types really feel. Thanks to Uncle Sugar (Oblama), Sharpton and Ms Mosby, its now in vogue for these clowns to openly show their disdain for the po-leese. Ms Whitfield will benefit from this as the dinner party and cocktail invites will soon be tumbling in from those on the Upper West Side, Georgetown and Malibu. Let the games begin…

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  31. joanfoster says:

    Just imagine the fall out if Megan Kelly had said Darren Wilson was brave and courageous. All hell would have broken loose.

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    • mosey says:

      Speak the truth, Joan Foster. If Megan would have found herself in the scenario you suggested, oh lawdy, lawdy!!! Fredericka, Katie, Mika and the other liberal newswomen would have stormed Fox News HQ with torches and pitchforks….

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  32. TwoLaine says:

    If you look real hard, you can also see her tin foil hat. 😉
    With any luck, the white coats will be there soon to take her back home.
    Se is disgusting beyond belief.

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  33. mosey says:

    Frederika Burgundy is the poster child for why flyover country despises the MSM. This scank lives in a world so detached from reality that she can float through a whole day without coming into contact with the common man. She is part of the narcissistic, self absorbed media sisterhood that includes Katie, Mika and Savannah. Thanks to Oblama, Holder and Marilyn Mosby, its now considered vogue in liberal precincts to bash the “po-leese…”

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  34. lovely says:

    Looks like Fredricka is going to apologize for her “sloppy choice of words”. Or so they say, I will guess it will be a game of semantics to sway the minions.

    Fredricka Whitfield To Apologize for Calling Police Attack ‘Courageous and Brave

    http://www.adweek.com/tvnewser/fredricka-whitfield-to-apologize-for-calling-police-attack-courageous-and-brave/264874

    I don’t know who the idiot Christi Paul is she is also in the article for posting a picture with popcorn and saying “Glad everyone is ok so far”

    Suggested banner MSM should run “Warning Propaganda Machine at Work”.

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  35. mosey says:

    Here is how this situation will play out;

    1) Fredericka may work the casting couch with a CNN exec or two as penance for keeping her job.
    2) Within the next 24 hrs there will be an apology written by someone other then Ms. Whitfield.
    3) Said phony apology will be used by other hags in the media sisterhood as they turn the tables and try and paint Ms Whitfield as the victim…

    MSM = emotionally bankrupt and morally exhausted.

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  36. shipley130 says:

    I wonder who the CNN stank would call if her home was broken into at 1 a.m.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      She could call JJ and Sharpton – within 30 seconds after the Dynamic Duo arrived burglar(s) would be left standing in nothing but their underwear, stunned and wondering what hit ’em.

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  37. czarowniczy says:

    Wellllll…she could be auditioning for a position as Obama’s next press secretary

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  38. czarowniczy says:

    Just now there’s a piece on TV about the integration of the William Frantz school in New Orleans in 1960. Narrator’s telling us how this was done to ensure a quality education for all black children in what was then one of the nation’s top school systems. Fast forward 40 years that system’s become among, if not THE, worst school systems in the US.

    Progressive model was to just integrate the system with no way of ensuring that the system would function for all concerned. Parents were not as engaged in the child’s education as they were in ensuring the child got into the system – were surprised that the teachers just could drill some small hole into the kids’ heads and pour knowledge in. Oh, forgot, the system was also one of the nation’s most dangerous for students – home life reflected in school life.

    Now we have a plan to just willy-nilly plop public housing projects into the middle of prosperous neighborhoods of well-educated and hope that the residents can drill little holes into the lives of the perpetually culturally clueless and pour prosperity in. What was that definition of ‘insanity’ again?

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    • ytz4mee says:

      Anyone who has tried to “teach” in these environments can tell you you can’t make chicken soup if you start with chicken poop.

      As to the importation of DIE-versity into every neighborhood, TPTB are keenly aware that this is a failed strategy. The research of the dissolution of public housing in Memphis and the Section 8 voucher program proved this.

      http://www.commercialappeal.com/lifestyle/partners-in-crime-research

      No, my friend, they keenly understand what is going to happen when they mandate Low Income Housing in affluent, successful and stable neighborhoods. Insert the predators into the cage with their prey. It’s a deliberate strategy to spread the anti-white intifada throughout America. The previous OPS were taking too long, gotta escalate the conflict and the inevitable outcome.

      They know EXACTLY what they are doing. The problem is, the majority of American citizens still can’t grasp that THEY (decent, law abiding people who believe in the Constitution and individual liberty over mindless collectivism) are the enemy and THE obstacle to the Progs achieving their ultimate goals.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Sure they do – they ‘propose’ without follow-through or consequence control. Our old house, when we first bought into the neighborhood in the early 80s, was in a hood where nearly all of the residents had upper middle class jobs – nurse managers, engineers, various ship builders and offshore platform workers. When the oil/ship business folded, and so many oil companies relocated from New Orleans to Houston (one of the stated reasons was the poor/dangerous school system) we suddenly had a raft of vacant houses. Banks were pressed to issue loans to folks who might have trouble were they not helped and the entire hood changed. An illegal interstate moving company moved in diagonally across the street – parked their rigs on teh street. Acrtos sthe street was a drug/fighting pitbull rental. Down the street an independent 18-wheeler driver who usually parked his tractor on his lawn or the whole rig on the street. Backyard parties with super loud music, drinking and weed on many weekends (on some weekdays during the summer) – not your average middle class neighborhood any more.
        Last estimate from a realtor was that even after the $20k we put in the house to refurbish it post-Katrina, even with teh banks once again giving out almost freebie redline loans, we could get about what we paid for it in ’82 minus the refurb money we put in. Oh yeah, the social engineers know EXACTLY what they’re doing and why.

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      • pspsst says:

        Lest we forget Freddie and Fannie Mae which was the beginning of the US economic decline. Low Income Housing is the administration’s new (dare I say it?) Medusa.

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  39. pspsst says:

    “It was a very courageous and brave act …to fire on police.” — CNN mouthpiece.

    Repeat 100 times across the country in various guises and manner.

    This is part of the mass brainwashing. Obama is the new Hitler. 1.5 years to go before he becomes official dictator of the new anti-Jew and anti-white Amerikkka.

    Part of the brainwashing to duo-fold. To antagonize Patriots into war so he has the right to inflict WACO on the country.

    Situational awareness is more important than ever. Don’t panic. Stay calm and alert. The best offense is a good defense.

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  40. Rachelle says:

    Obama has declared war on the police. He has done it with his public comments and the comments and actions of his stooges in the DOJ and by funneling money, one way or the other, to these appalling ‘protest’ groups. Now blacks think it is good to attack police or, at a minimum, praise those who attack the police. Majority black US cities are rapidly sinking into the conditions found in black communities in Africa and Brazil . . . horrible, lawless conditions.

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  41. franker01 says:

    Wonder if this CNN Numbskull would describe a Rapist as “Energetic and Purposeful”?
    LOL

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