Two deputies, who were critically injured after being ambushed in their cruiser, were taken to St Francis medical center in Los Angeles where Black Lives Matter rioters gathered to block access to the emergency facilities and take their antics to a new level.
In an update regarding the two critically injured deputies that were shot on September 12th, we had reported on aspects related to protesters trying to block the entryway to the hospital emergency entrance where the two deputies were being treated.
However, new reports state that there was more than just people trying to block the entrance to the hospital – but also protesters trying to force their way into the hospital as well.
WHAT IN THE HELL
After these thugs shot deputies in their cars, protestors tried to break into the hospital?
Media covering up Democrats mayhem and their alliance with Dark, Demonic forces
THIS IS NOT NORMAL pic.twitter.com/dIHIdrghcL
— Ali Alexander 🟧 (@ali) September 13, 2020
To the protesters blocking the entrance & exit of the HOSPITAL EMERGENCY ROOM yelling “We hope they die” referring to 2 LA Sheriff’s ambushed today in #Compton: DO NOT BLOCK EMERGENCY ENTRIES & EXITS TO THE HOSPITAL. People’s lives are at stake when ambulances can’t get through.
— LA County Sheriffs (@LASDHQ) September 13, 2020
Additional video clips have been shared online, where officers guarding the entryway to the hospital can be seen getting harassed by protesters outside.
“We hope they die” is what LAPD stated that a group of protesters blocking entrance to the hospital were chanting
There’s been video of the shooting but I’m the only one with the video of the protesters
It was one guy saying “I hope they die”
They want a civil war so bad. pic.twitter.com/ZyYNsZeJgS
— Keiko 🇯🇲 (@GolferGirl305) September 13, 2020
A tense situation developing in Lynwood as a handful of protesters on sidewalk shout at deputies outside St. Francis medical center where 2 deputies are recovering from surgery after being shot tonight in Compton pic.twitter.com/wwpcnVFvOI
— Josie Huang (@josie_huang) September 13, 2020
Others could be heard chanting “it’s a celebration” on the video as well, essentially making reference to the deputies having been shot.
Another video showcased a man referring to the deputies shot as “two of America’s most notorious gang members” as he was making his way up to the hospital.
BLM protesters trying to breach St. Francis hospital where two officers are fighting for their lives after being shot in an ambush.
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— special agent viti (@selfdeclaredref) September 13, 2020
NBC’s Sunday Today led with the “overnight breaking news” ahead of their coverage of the Wildfires in the West. Correspondent Gadi Schwartz began his report my immediately describing the ambush as “cowardly.”
And Schwartz wrapped up his segment by noting the Black Lives Matter protest at the hospital. “And last night, there was a small protest at the hospital where the Sheriff’s Department says they arrested several protesters who were blocking the entrance of the hospital and shouting ‘death to police,’” he told viewers.
“My gosh. Gadi Schwartz, an ugly scene there in Los Angeles County,” anchor Willie Geist responded as he transitioned between stories.
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