Nick Givas, DCNF
Jamiel Shaw Sr., whose son was murdered by an illegal immigrant, slammed California Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown Thursday on “Fox & Friends,” saying the state government doesn’t care about average Americans.
Fox ran a clip of one of their reporters, Griff Jenkins, attempting to interview Brown about illegal immigration and Brown immediately became defensive.
“You could just see the anger in [Brown’s] heart,” Shaw said. “Just the way he jumped on [Jenkins] like that, you know, like he just doesn’t even care about the victims. Like we’re just dead bodies or a piece of trash in the cemetery.”
“And then he’s defending these illegal alien gangbangers and criminals and holding them up like they are good people — knowing from day one they broke into the country, and then they just pillaged the communities, no one does anything,” Shaw continued.
He also accused the police in Los Angeles of being incompetent and said they are failing to step up to stop these crimes before they happen.
“[Brown] has turned LAPD, L.A. County sheriffs into nothing,” Shaw conduced. “The way that the national Guard — that’s how the LAPD and sheriff’s department is. They just show up, no one does nothing. They drive by these gang bangers. Don’t even care.”
Pedro Espinoza, a 19-year-old illegal Mexican immigrant, shot and killed Shaw’s son, Jamiel Shaw Jr., in 2008. He was only 17 years old.
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