Black Lives Matter Protesters Block Bridge During Child's Medical EmergencyChris Menahan
Jul. 12, 2016
Antifa Protester to 9/11 Widow: 'Your Husband Should F***ing Rot In The Grave'
NY High School Calls Cops Over 'White Student Union' Instagram Page With Single Pic Of Ben Shapiro
Gaetz: Video Shows Cash Being Handed Out to Honduran Migrant Caravan Headed For U.S.
Secret Service Intervenes When CBS News Reporter Confronts Kushner On An Airplane
Leftist Site Which Cheered The Banning Of Alex Jones Just Got Banned Too
Black Lives Matter protesters blocked off a bridge and prevented a suffering child from traveling to the hospital so they could hold up some protest signs while browsing the internet on their cell phones.
From Fox 13 Memphis:
An ambulance had to be dispatched to pick up a child on the I-40 Bridge during the Black Lives Matter protest Sunday night.
Protesters began their march downtown and eventually made their [way] onto the bridge, which caused it to be shut down for several hours. As a result, the child’s parents were stuck on the bridge, and they could not drive the child to Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital.
His parents were worried about his condition and considered it an emergency, so they called an ambulance. Bobby Harrell was the paramedic on that call.
"We were escorted by the Crittenden County Sheriff's Office up the wrong way on the interstate to pick up the child out of the traffic," Harrell told FOX13.
Harrell and his medical team picked up the boy and detoured through West Memphis onto I-55. They eventually made it to the hospital for treatment.
The emergency worker told FOX13 the patient was stable the entire time, but his condition could have gotten worse because the protest delayed the transport.What nonsense, what cause is greater than trying to become The Next Top Protest Star like Ieshia Evans?
The media has assured me blocking traffic in defense of child-raping gang members being shot by police is the noblest of causes.
If some kids need to die because they can't get to the hospital, I think we can all agree that's a small price to pay in order to get a great photo.
Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter and Facebook.