‘I hope they die’: BLM threatens cops outside hospital where 2 ambushed officers were taken… ‘You’re next’

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After two Los Angeles County deputies were ambushed and shot in the head Saturday in Compton, a group of Black Lives Matter-linked extremists paid a visit to the hospital where they were being treated to celebrate and chant for their deaths.

Some of their behavior was captured by their own video cameras, while the rest of it was reported on by local media and local authorities.

One video showed the extremists walking up to St. Francis Medical Center in Lynwood after “two [of] America’s most notorious gang members” were shot to “just check on these murderers right here and see what’s up.”

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The cameramen identified himself as a Kevin Wharton Price, a member of some obscure BLM-linked group known as Africa Town Coalition.

Upon arriving outside the hospital, the extremists argued with security officers who tried to politely explain to them that the private hospital — which the extremists falsely claimed is a public hospital — doesn’t allow visitation.

The next clip showed the extremists expressing their hope that the cops struggling for their lives inside the hospital die.

“I hope they die, motherf–kers! For Dijon Kizzee, motherf–ker!” they shouted.

Kizzee was a black criminal suspect who was fatally shot by the police after he attacked them during an encounter earlier this month.

“The encounter … began when two sheriff’s deputies from the South Los Angeles station spotted a man, later identified by the coroner as Kizzee, riding a bicycle in violation of vehicle codes, according to Lt. Brandon Dean,” the Los Angeles Times reported on Sept 2.

“Deputies attempted to contact Kizzee, but he dropped the bicycle and ran north on Budlong Avenue for a block, with deputies in pursuit, Dean said. Deputies again tried to make contact in the 1200 block of West 109th Place, and Dean said Kizzee punched one of them in the face.”

During the altercation, Kizzee’s jacket dropped to the ground, and a black handgun fell out. When he reportedly tried reaching for it, the officers opened fire, killing him.

Yet despite what happened, the extremists view Kizzee as the heroic good guy and the cops who nearly lost their lives apprehending him as the bad guys.

Similarly, they seem to view the still-unidentified criminal suspect who’d ambushed the two officers who were nearly killed in Compton as the bad guys.

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At one point in the clip above, the extremists attributed the officers’ correct claim that the hospital is private to “white supremacy.”

“You know how white supremacy is,” one of them said, echoing the sort of irrational, fact-free rhetoric often spouted by mainstream media propagandists.

Eventually, several actual police officers came outside to confront the extremists. In response, the extremists told them “you’re next.”

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Besides hassling the police, the extremists also blocked the entrance and exit to the hospital’s emergency room, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

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The extremists’ behavior eventually led to the arrest of two.

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See some footage from the arrests below:

The specific arrest above involved journalist Josie Huang. As proof that her arrest was unjustified, her friends in the media shared a video of the extremists moon-walking in celebration of the two deputies being ambushed …

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It appears Price was not among those who were arrested.

After the “protest,” Price uploaded a video to his Facebook page announcing how the ambush had helped cure some of his recent depression.

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“I’ve been depressed, but this right here lightens my heart. … So if this is a start of retribution, then I think it’s a very good start,” he said.

Others certainly didn’t react similarly.

The clip below appeared to show someone affiliated with the hospital expressing his disgust over the BLM extremists’ behavior:

As of Sunday morning, the two shot deputies remained in critical condition and were “fighting for their lives,” according to local station KABC.

What happened to them was so brutal and horrific that President Donald Trump angrily tweeted surveillance footage from the scene to his 85+ million followers.

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Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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