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Kamala Harris visits Jacob Blake but not LA officers who were ambushed and shot

Gov. Scott Walker blasted Vice Presidential hopeful Kamala Harris for visiting Jacob Blake in his hospital bed in Wisconsin, but not the two injured officers who were shot in her own state of California.

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Former Wisc. Gov. Scott Walker blasted Vice Presidential hopeful Kamala Harris for visiting Jacob Blake in his hospital bed in Wisconsin, but not the two injured officers who were shot in her own state of California.

The two officers, with the LASD Transit Security Bureau, were shot in an apparent ambush as they sat inside their vehicle. In a video, a "dark skinned male shooter" can be seem approaching the vehicle and then opening fire "without warning or provocation."

After they were taken to St. Francis hospital, there was a demonstration outside as Black Lives Matter activists blocked the entrance, preventing emergency vehicles from coming or going. It was at this demonstration that some agitators said the hoped the officer "f***ing die."

Jacob Blake was shot by police in Kenosha, Wisc., an event that kicked of protests and rioting in that city. Blake's shooting was touted as an incident of police brutality in the hours afterwards, and Kenosha became a hotbed of violence, looting, and arson over the next few days.

Though it was later revealed that police had only been called to the scene of the arrest because a complaint was made about Blake by his former girlfriend, and there had been a warrant issued for his arrest. Harris visited the family and praised them for their courage, calling them "incredible."

Harris posted to Twitter her feelings that those who shot the two officers in LA should be brought to justice, but she has not yet announced any plans to meet with them or their families.

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