Richard Lui is an MSNBC/NBC host, formerly of CNN Worldwide and he is a graduate of the far-left UC Berkeley. He was covering the London terror attacks for MSNBC last night and asked an NBC law enforcement analyst if London police could be overreacting during last night’s terror attack.
While on a live phone interview, Lui asked Jim Cavanaugh if there “was any risk of overreaction” during these terror attacks.
“You’ve analyzed these incidents post-facto as well as during as you have so many times with me and others here on MSNBC and NBC News.
Lui asked, “What is the risk–there’s certainly a risk of under reaction, but is there any risk of overreaction? Of deploying too much? You know as we’ve been watching all of this live coming in……Is there ever a point where you go well that’s too much, or you shouldn’t be applying that amount of force there?”
It was a very strange question given the fact that there were numerous people mowed down by the terrorists’ van and a number of others, including two police officers, were stabbed.
Cavanagh dismissed the question, saying “I don’t think the response could be too large, to get enough officers and investigators there to quickly quell and find out what’s going on. It’s not a question of too many officers. It’s a question of using them adequately, smartly, getting all the help you can get.”
At least two cops were injured including a British Transport Police officer who was stabbed in the face by the sick extremists – the officer’s injuries are not life threatening.
Another of the cops injured was a rugby player who armed with just a baton took on the three knife-wielding terrorists as he battled to help innocent victims.
Imagine unarmed police with the threats the Brits are facing? That’s an under-reaction.
Sadly this left-wing nut teaches journalism to students as young as high school age. He’s a jerk so he should have a long, fruitful career at NBC and MSNBC.