8.14.2020

Fuck BLM looters pretending to be protesters... TINY CHILDREN WITH CANCER LIVES MATTER!

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More than 30 families and their sick children were sleeping inside when the looters, who had taken over downtown, ransacking stores and vandalizing properties, started attacking the building.


The Chicago Ronald McDonald House, where families of hospitalized children stay, was targeted Sunday night when looters smashed the door and broke windows, preventing a 2-year-old with cancer from leaving, his parents told "Fox & Friends" Friday.

Valeria Mitchell, the mother of Owen who is fighting stage four cancer, said a Lurie Children's Hospital nurse called to cancel a morning appointment because of the rioting that left glass and other debris on the streets.

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"So that meant Owen couldn't go home like was planned for his birthday," Mitchell said. "We had about a month-long stay at Lurie's and then a two-week stay at the Ronald McDonald's house, so it was like a long time coming, and, you know, it just ruined it."
Brian Buell, Owen's father, had gone out for coffee when he noticed the doors had been destroyed. "All the stores around there were destroyed, glass busted out, all the stores in the surrounding block, it was just crazy," he said.

"I said I'm not going, we don't know what's out there," the mother said.

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Buell said it's been "rough" on top of the coronavirus restrictions that only allow one parent to be with their son at a time.

But in spite of it all, Mitchell said Owen is "doing pretty good" fighting the stage four neuroblastoma, from 21 spots of cancer to three.

As Owen gets treatment, Mitchell's mom is helping the couple to care for their other two boys.



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Brian Buell, Owen's father, had gone out for coffee when he noticed the doors had been destroyed. "All the stores around there were destroyed, glass busted out, all the stores in the surrounding block, it was just crazy," he said.
"I said I'm not going, we don't know what's out there," the mother said.
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Buell said it's been "rough" on top of the coronavirus restrictions that only allow one parent to be with their son at a time.
But in spite of it all, Mitchell said Owen is "doing pretty good" fighting the stage four neuroblastoma, from 21 spots of cancer to three.
As Owen gets treatment, Mitchell's mom is helping the couple to care for their other two boys.