Outgoing California Governor Jerry Brown said the death of police officer Ronil Singh has “nothing” to do with the state’s “sanctuary” status. He’s just another power mad Dem who knows he gets away with saying and doing whatever irrational thing he wants to do.
Singh, a 33-year-old Newman police corporal with a six-month-old old baby, was said to have been killed by an illegal immigrant gangbanger when Singh stopped him for possible drunk driving. Singh was a legal immigrant to the United States.
Mexican national Gustavo Perez Arriaga, 32, was arrested as he was preparing to flee to Mexico, according to authorities. He has been charged with murder.
NO CONNECTION WHATSOEVER
Brown was asked by ABC-affiliate KXTV whether California’s sanctuary law was at fault. “I think people now are looking to blame somebody because of the terrible things that happened,” the Democrat told the outlet, adding, “but it had nothing to do with the law of California.”
Former Governor Jerry Brown is now making headlines after he says a Newman police officer’s death had nothing to do with sanctuary state laws. pic.twitter.com/c2tTYYLFyd
— Amicia Ramsey (@AmiciaKMPH) January 8, 2019
What? You can’t fix these irrational people.
Reggie Singh — the brother of police officer Ronil Singh, who was allegedly murdered by an illegal alien — says: “If he would've been deported, my brother would still be alive right now…if we make our immigration laws stricter…we could minimize the crime rate we are having” pic.twitter.com/GNmGqChpb7
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) January 10, 2019
Brown feels no sense of urgency over gangbangers coming into the country illegally, but he thinks fighting climate change is like fighting Nazis.