TRAYVON ‘PROTESTERS’ SMACK Houston Grandmother – Won’t Let Family Take Child to Hospital (Video)

Trayvon protesters beat on cars during a rally in Houston this week.
The ‘protesters’ beat on a car, beat a grandmother and wouldn’t let a local family take their child to a hospital.

The protesters smacked the grandmother in the car as she was trying to get to the hospital.
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“It wasn’t peaceful. It was terrifying.”
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The family also took this photo:
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A local ambulance was also stuck on the highway during the “peaceful” march.

Click2Houston reported, via Free Republic:

Hundreds of people marched in protest to the George Zimmerman verdict on Monday.

“No justice, no peace,” they yelled as they walked from the Byrd Funeral Home in the 2500 block of Wheeler to the Southmore Street overpass bridge near Highway 288.

Just after 7p.m. Monday, the demonstrators spilled out onto the road and blocked traffic for about 15 minutes.

“I looked up and I see all the protesters, they’re everywhere,” said Georgia, who asked that her last name not be used. “So, we got into the traffic and they’re stopping us and not letting us go.”

Georgia was on her way to Texas Children’s Hospital in the Medical Center because her 7-year-old granddaughter was having an allergic reaction to some medication.

Georgia’s daughter was driving and tried to go around the demonstrators by driving on the grassy shoulder.

“One of them was hitting the windshield and I was just screaming, ‘We’ve got to get to the hospital,’ and they were screaming and chanting,” she said. “All I could think of was, I got to get my granddaughter to the hospital.”

“My mom rolled down the window,” said Georgia’s daughter. “She said, ‘We’re trying to get my granddaughter to the hospital,’ and a guy just started hitting her.”

And, of course, this won’t make any national headlines.

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