Model-actor Fabio argues Gov. Jerry Brown and anti-police, liberal attitudes are ruining California, leaving law enforcement ‘demoralized’ on Tucker Carlson Tonight.
Fabio Lanzoni said Thursday on Tucker Carlson Tonight that people have to stand behind law enforcement, not the criminal.
Fabio said among his friends, about 14 have been victims of robbery, residential burglary or vehicle burglary.
During the segment, Fabio said that Gov. Jerry Brown turned his back on law enforcement. He said one side is the people and law enforcement, and the other side is the criminals
Fabio quoted a written statement from Gov. Jerry Brown as an example …
“It’s perplexing why these DA’s would deny the people of California their right to vote on this important public safety measure.”
Gov. Jerry Brown was commenting in February 2016 about California prosecutors that asked a judge to block a newly amended ballot “Public Safety and Rehabilitation Act” pushed by Gov. Jerry Brown that would make it easier for nonviolent prisoners to get parole.
In 2015, the Los Angeles Times reported that “law enforcement officials and others have blamed Proposition 47 for allowing repeat offenders … to continue breaking the law with little consequence.” The Washington Post reported a case of a criminal offender who brought a calculator inside a store to make sure shoplifted items didn’t total more than $950 — the minimum amount with the new law that allows criminals to escape a felony conviction with a misdemeanor offense that avoids prison.
Fabio has been living in California for about 14 years, but became a U.S. citizen last year.
See also …
Jim Miller (February 12 2016) Prosecutors’ lawsuit challenges Jerry Brown’s crime initiative. The Sacramento Bee.
Eli Saslow (October 10 2015). In California, Prop 47 has turned into a ‘virtual get-out-of-jail free card’. Washington Post.
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