InfoWars is reporting (though the incident remains admittedly unconfirmed) that while blocking roads to perform their selfish and misguided Anti-Trump protests an ambulance was unable to get through, delayed by the crowds, and in the process a patient died due to the delay which caused an additional 45 minutes to get the ambulance to the hospital. The victim, the report states, was the father of a four-year-old child.
While the report remains unconfirmed, one wonders how many times the protests against Trump since the day he announced he was running for President have delayed people from emergency situations. How inconsiderate is that? How dangerous is that? Should the protesters, if such a death occurred, be guilty of a crime? Accessory to manslaughter?
During the DNC-sponsored violent shut down of Donald Trump’s rally in Chicago back in March, anti-Trump agitators were caught on camera blocking an ambulance outside the UIC Arena.
– Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary