Woman in Labor ‘Not Allowed’ to Cross Street to Hospital Because of Obama’s Impending Motorcade (Video)

Woman in Labor ‘Not Allowed’ to Cross Street to Hospital Because of Obama’s Impending Motorcade (Video)

Apparently, just blocking traffic for us mere peasants isn’t good enough for King Barack anymore — now, he’s stepped up to preventing a woman in labor from walking across the street to go to the hospital. All hail the king!

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Witnesses say a pregnant woman in labor was prevented by authorities from crossing a Los Angeles street to a hospital Wednesday because the road had been closed for President Barack Obama’s impending motorcade.

The unidentified woman was barred from walking the few hundred feet to the hospital for at least 30 minutes as authorities waited for the president’s motorcade to pass by, witness Carrie Clifford told TheBlaze early Thursday morning.

“I felt bad for her,” Clifford said. “It does happen when Obama comes to L.A. or I’m sure anywhere else. It paralyzes the city, it does make it complicated.”

“You can’t do the things you had set out to do because the president is in town,” she added.

What was so pressing that the motorcade couldn’t wait 30 seconds for a pregnant woman in labor to get to a hospital? A fundraiser, of course! Murdered Americans, women in labor… nothing is as important as getting King Barack to his fundraisers and golf games.

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