Shooting Random Cops is One Thing – But Blocking the Hospital So They Can’t Get Treatment?

The Democrat presidential nominee supports the Black Lives Matter agenda, including killing cops. But after the scene of BLM blocking the hospital, he’s struggling to defend his agenda.

As everyone on earth hopefully heard, after the cops were randomly shot in their heads by a Black Lives Matter activist in Los Angeles last week, other activists went to the hospital to try to block the cops from being able to get treatment.

Most Americans support the Black Lives Matter agenda to riot and burn everything to show that black people are abused. Many Americans also believe that blacks should have a right to kill cops.

However, blocking medical treatment is really morbid, and you have to wonder if even Joe Biden is going to be able to defend this.

Tony Cox writes for RT:

Black Lives Matter may finally have found its bridge too far – the point of absurdity and overreaching vileness that finally destroys support for the “Marxist” political movement in all but the most extreme reaches of the left.

BLM has offered up many self-fails in recent weeks, the sort of anecdotes that stick in the minds of observers and turn the tide of public opinion against a cause that millions of Americans were eager to support initially. Even more than the group’s nonsensical demands — such as defunding police departments and “remaking” the US political system – its tactics are making it impossible for politically independent Americans to support.

Those tactics have included spreading false rumors about an Aug. 10 police shooting in Chicago, then racing downtown to loot the city’s most posh retailers, then defending the theft as “reparations.” Then there was the mob attack on a white motorist in Portland, who was pulled from his truck and brutally beaten before being left motionless in the street, and the torching of black-owned businesses around the nation.

Other incidents have brought the senselessness closer to home for many Americans, such as the BLM groups that marched through residential streets of such cities as Seattle and Portland late at night, threatening homeowners and chanting such messages as, “Wake up, wake up, wake up motherf***er, wake up.” Other BLM mobs have descended on outdoor restaurants from Washington to Rochester, New York, screaming at diners and demanding displays of obedient solidarity, such as raising a fist.

But Saturday night’s BLM debacle was the clincher, as protesters blocked the emergency room entrance and exit at a Los Angeles hospital after two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies were ambushed and shot repeatedly in their parked patrol car for no apparent reason. The protesters blocked the ER while yelling “We hope they die,” prompting the Sheriff’s Department to send out a tweet saying, “People’s lives are at stake when ambulances can’t get through.”

As if that wasn’t bad enough, as deputies tried to arrest a protester who refused to disperse, a reporter for government-funded National Public Radio interfered and had to be arrested, the Sheriff’s Department said. The reporter, Josie Huang, did not identify herself as a journalist and didn’t have any press credentials with her, the department said.

Protesters taunted police outside the hospital, saying such things as, “You’re all f***ing dying one by one.”

A video on social media also showed a celebratory reaction at the scene of the shooting, where a smiling witness said repeatedly, “They just aired the police out, ni**a.”

Evidence of the damage that the anti-racism protest movement is doing to itself is showing up in polling, including President Donald Trump gaining ground on Democrat challenger Joe Biden in the presidential race. In Oregon, where violent protests have dragged on for more than 100 straight days, 66 percent of respondents in a DHM Research poll said they disapprove of the demonstrations. To put that in perspective, a Republican presidential candidate hasn’t won in Oregon since 1984.

Trump has had some success in painting Biden and other Democrats as enablers of rioting. The shifting political winds prompted CNN host Don Lemon to sound an alarm late last month, saying Democrats were trying to ignore the problem and risked losing votes in November.

Biden has tried to take a more strident tone against rioting since then and said Sunday that the Los Angeles shooting was “cold-blooded” and “unconscionable.” He said the shooter “must be brought to justice.” Trump took the excoriation further, saying that if the deputies die, “fast trial, death penalty for the killer – only way to stop this.”

It’s hilarious that after months of supporting this movement to kill cops, Biden is pretending like he’s against it because people are shocked by the hospital blocking scene.

It’s simply nonsensical for him to now say, “oh well, I support Black Lives Matter, but just not the part where they’re a bunch of violent cop killers.”

This is like saying, “oh well, I support school shooters, just not the part where they shoot up the school.” It’s totally meaningless gibberish.

Kamala isn’t backing down though.


Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) promised in an interview Sunday evening that she would be more progressive on police reform if she is elected vice president.

Appearing on Desus & Mero on Sunday evening, Harris was asked, “When you get into office, what can we expect from you and Biden and are you going to be more progressive as far as what people are asking about the cops?”

She responded, “Yes, and I’m going to tell you why.” She went on to say she would hold the police more accountable:

So first of all, in a criminal justice system, there’s this phrase accountability and consequence that almost always comes up when people are talking about the person arrested, but never about the system itself and the people who work in the system. Biden and I are committed to saying everybody needs to be held accountable, even when they wear a uniform and wear a badge and carry a gun.

She added that she has been “out there marching with folks” — a reference to the Black Lives Matter protests that have taken place across the country.

“And you know, I’ve been out there marching with folks, and speaking the name of not only Mr. Floyd, but Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud, Jacob Blake, I met with his family, as did Joe Biden,” she said. “It’s got to stop. It has to stop.”

I guess these two are going to play the “good anti-cop, bad anti-cop” routine.

Very clever.

Very clever indeed.