By J. D. Heyes, editor
(National Sentinel)Â Terrorism:Â Unlike the patheticÂ pretend journalists atÂ MSNBC and other “mainstream” media,Â Britain’s prime minister, Teresa May, and tens of millions of other citizens have had enough of Islamic extremism following the latest attack in London that killed at least sevenÂ people.
As reported by the UK’sÂ Daily Mail, sevenÂ people were killed straight away and at least 48 others injured in an on London Bridge and Borough Market last night. ThreeÂ men in the vehicle drove a white van in an ‘S shape’ across the bridge at 50mph, mowing down up to 20 pedestrians, before getting outÂ of the vehicle and “randomly stabbing” people with 12″ knives in crowded bars and markets.
Londoners fought back against the attackers with broken beer bottles and other makeshift weapons. Some victims of the terrorist attackers had their throats cut, witnesses said.
Police shot and killed all three terrorists; during the attack, witnesses said the three men were yelling, “This is for Allah!”
Last night’s attack comesÂ just 12 days after the Manchester attack and 10 weeks after the Westminster atrocity, theÂ Daily Mail reported.
Meanwhile, as Britain was traumatized yet again – more on that in a moment – U.S. mediaÂ types did all they could to not only justify the attacks but also to downplay their significance.
And, of course, take swipes at President Donald J. Trump.
As noted byÂ Mediaite, “MSNBCâ€™s Richard Lui asked a remarkable question: could the London police be overreacting?”
Overreacting?Â Overreacting?Â WhatÂ exactly constitutes “overreaction” on the part of the London police?
Mediaite had this:
During a live telephone conversation with Mustafa Tameez, a former consultant to the Department of Homeland Security, Lui asked that, when it comes to the police dealing with apparent terror attacks if there â€œwas any risk of overreaction.â€ Again, the earliest reports suggest multiple fatalities, stabbings and London police under extreme duress trying to keep their city safe. And the question asked was the risk of the police â€œoverreacting.â€
Tameez immediately dismissed the question, saying â€œI donâ€™t think the response could be too large, to get enough officers and investigators there to quickly quell and find out whatâ€™s going on. Itâ€™s not a question of too many officers. Itâ€™s a question of using them adequately, smartly, getting all the help you can get.â€
For her part, May has had it.
“We believe we are experiencing a new trend in the threat we face as terrorism breeds terrorism,” Prime Minister Theresa May said in a televised statement on Sunday in front of her Downing Street office, where flags flew at half-mast, theÂ Washington Free Beacon reported.
“Perpetrators are inspired to attack not only on the basis of carefully constructed plots â€¦ and not even as lone attackers radicalized online, but by copying one another and often using the crudest of means of attack.”
She added thatÂ the series of attacks represented a perversion of Islam and that Britain’s counter-terrorism strategy needed to be reviewed, adding: “It is time to say enough is enough.”
Meanwhile, over atÂ CNN, it’s another day, another jerkoff taking a shot at Trump, because the presidentÂ dares to use the third terrorist attack in Britain in under a year to rail against the activist Left-wing judges preventing him from keeping Americans safe by blocking his travel bans.
Mediaite, once more:
Reza Aslan, host of CNNâ€™s Believer, tore into Donald Trump on Saturday after the president decided to invoke the ongoing situation in London with his policy agenda.
British police are reacting to potential terror attacks that took place around London Bridge and Borough Market earlier this evening. Before the fatal incidents were formally considered terror accidents, Trump tweeted about how badly America needs to ban travelers from several majority-Muslim countries.
CNN lost any and all credibility years ago, but now the network is just existing on a regular, steady diet of Trump hate – same asÂ MSNBC, with both feeding into the worst base emotions of some of the most unhinged people in America,Â by some of the most unhinged “journalists”Â in America.
ApologistsÂ like AslanÂ and the media cesspool he slithers in areÂ enemies of the United States, and must be consideredÂ as such.Â To attack our president at a time when he’s trying to protect the country from Islamic terrorismÂ is nothing short of aiding and abetting our enemies.