Video of the Day: Tucker Carlson shreds California over Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown’s statement

As we reported on Thursday, Gov. Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown accused the Trump administration of going to war with the lawless Sharia-compliant Marxist state of California, where it seems illegal aliens get more protection than American citizens.

According to the Sacramento Bee:

Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday slammed U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions for “initiating a reign of terror” against immigrants in California.

Sessions on Tuesday filed suit against the state over three new laws, passed last year to protect immigrants living in California illegally, that he argues violate the supremacy clause of the U.S. Constitution and interfere with federal immigration enforcement.

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“This is basically going to war against the state of California, the engine of the American economy,” Brown said. “It’s not wise, it’s not right and it will not stand.”

Brown and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra held a press conference at the Capitol to defend the laws following a speech by Sessions to a law enforcement conference in downtown Sacramento on Wednesday morning. In the speech, which Brown dismissed as a “political stunt,” Sessions accused California officials of creating an open borders system and trying to secede from the United States.

Tucker Carlson addressed this as only he can, debating a California Democrat on the issue.

Here’s the segment — Enjoy:

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