The MSNBC talk show host said she feels “much more terror” every time she sees blue lights.

Jolie A. Doggett
Oct, 15, 2014

Melissa Harris-Perry says she is more fearful of police brutality than she is of Ebola or ISIS.

During a discussion about people losing faith in the police following the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, the ESSENCE columnist and MSNBC talk show host said she feels “much more terror” every time she sees blue lights than when she thinks about Ebola or ISIS.

"I feel like 'Please God, don't make me have to interact here'" Harris-Perry said, "Because these videos make it feel like there is nothing that keeps you safe."

What do you think of Harris-Perry’s stance?