One man went to facebook to express his frustrations on how the anti-Trump protests are putting lives in danger. It appears that he was transporting the father of a 4-yr-old girl to the hospital. They ran into some of these road blocking protests and had to drive around the block taking 45 extra minutes out of their way to the hospital. This detour caused complications to the father who died. HERE is his facebook post:
“I have to unfacebook for a few days. I had a patient die during a transfer last night because our ambulance was stopped by protesters and had to drive an extra 45 minutes around the blocked roads,” the anonymous post reads.
“I can’t today. They can give their f**king safety pins to my patient’s fatherless 4 year old daughter,”
He mentioned ‘safety pins’ because that is a new campaign created by anti-Trump protester snowflakes. It’s their way of showing their support for those they deem vulnerable. No, we’re not talking about handicapped, the unborn or even the aging. No we’re talking about normal people like ‘minorities, immigrants, women and L.G.B.T. Now are any of these people vulnerable or indefensible? Not really. They are just normal people like the rest of us… just chugging along in life doing our thing.
The only ‘vulnerable’ ones I see being threatened by the election of Donald Trump are the bystanders whose neighborhoods are being vandalized, or passers by who are having things thrown at them or the injured and dying trying to pass down a road to get to a hospital. Protesters this year have been known to block roads slowing ambulances and other emergency vehicles from arriving in their destination.
These anti-Trump protesters are nothing but the worst sore losers ever seen. They excuse their terrible sportsmanship by saying they are fearful and disenfranchised. But honestly they are just not used to getting second place because since kindergarten they always received a participation trophy. Imagine at 22 or 25 you have your first ‘failure’ in life having been saved from learning about losing at young ages when your parents are there to help you back up again.