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THEY’RE NOT STANDING: #BLM Chant “We Hope They Die” As LA Cops SHOT In Crompton 

BLACK Lives Matter protesters chanted “We Hope They Die” after two LA cops were shot in Crompton, Police have claimed. 

Hours earlier on Prime-Time television in the UK, Britain’s Got Talent judge Ashley Banjo who has faced a backlash after performing a violent pro-BLM dance routine on the previous weeks show walked on stage to Elton John’s “I’m still standing”. 

Hours later, a gunman in America shot two police officers and Black Lives Matter protesters chanted “We Hope You Die”outside the Hospital they were receiving life-saving treatment at whilst blocking emergency vehicles.

Police took to Twitter on Saturday writing: “Moments ago, 2 of our Sheriff Deputies were shot in Compton and were transported to a local hospital.”

“They are both still fighting for their lives.”

“One male deputy and one female deputy were ambushed as they sat in their patrol vehicle.”

“Both sustained multiple gunshot wounds and are in critical condition.”

“They are both currently undergoing surgery. The suspect is still at large.”

“The gunman walked up on the deputies and opened fire without warning or provocation.”

They added: “To the protesters blocking the entrance & exit of the HOSPITAL EMERGENCY ROOM yelling “We hope they die” referring to 2 LA Sheriff’s ambushed today in #Compton: DO NOT BLOCK EMERGENCY ENTRIES & EXITS TO THE HOSPITAL.”

“People’s lives are at stake when ambulances can’t get through.”

Does Banjo still back the violent police hating BLM? and is ITV finally going to apologise for promoting this horrible violence on PRIME TIME TV? 

We won’t hold our breath.

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