Video: Ceasefire Activists Attempt to Block LAX, Don’t Receive the Support They Hoped For

Traffic near Los Angeles International Airport was partially blocked Friday afternoon and evening as dozens of protesters marched to bring attention to the Israel-Hamas conflict.

The group is calling for a ceasefire in Gaza, saying “the goal of Friday’s action is to stop business as usual for the systems facilitating the current war and the long-running occupation.” In media statements they described themselves as an “unaffiliated group of Palestinians, Jews, and Angelenos of conscience.”

The group was protesting on roads near LAX for several hours Friday afternoon. By 5 p.m., they were walking slowly over the 96th Street overpass near Sepulveda Boulevard.

They later stopped in the middle of an intersection at 96th and Vicksburg Avenue, just outside LAX, as traffic in all four directions began stacking up.

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Fortunately, the police seemed to be able to block them from entering the airport. But they were still blocking the traffic around the airport, making it difficult for people trying to get there to get in.

Local media interviewed these characters, and one of them summed up what ridiculous self-absorbed people they are.

Funny thing is, no one gives a darn what they “demand,” and it isn’t in anyone’s power around LAX to give them what they want anyway. So, it’s just a pointless exercise to stroke their own narcissism and pretend they are important.

Citizens disabused them of that, and let them have it.

People who just landed at LAX confirmed it was a mess. They called for protesters to be arrested and held without bail “for a month.”

Most of the comments on social media are negative and in some cases regular American citizens confront these pro-Hamas protesters like in the video below!

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That seemed to be the general consensus, as these characters were blasted on X.

Bruce Hoenshell

Bruce Hoenshell is a military historian, he is one of the most prolific conservative writers today, often churning out multiple columns per week. His writings tend to focus on international themes, modern warfare. Style Sampling: “ It is not that we need social networking and Internet searches more than food and fuel, but rather that we have the impression that cool zillionaires in flip-flops are good while uncool ones in wingtips are quite bad.”

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6 months ago

Spot on man congratulations!!!!!

6 months ago

Arrest the ignorant Jerks! Israel is freeing the Palestinians from Hamas!

6 months ago
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Nobody seems to realize that – at least, in the Lamestream Media. They’re firmly in the tank for Ham-ass.

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