Father Mourns His Son After Killed By Cold Blooded Immigrant in California

This is a father who is filled with rage but also with a lot of pain and grief for his for the son he lost which won’t let him do anything stupid. His boy was brutally killed by an illegal immigrant in California. After this gruesome act, the father came out live on “Fox & Friends” this Wednesday, just to slam California’s sanctuary state law. And also left an interesting message for Democrat Gov. Jerry Brown, saying “go to HELL”.

“I wish he would get on the bullet train, first stop to hell, and he should get off and stay there. His concern for criminals, be they legal or not, is outrageous and has cost the lives of many Californians,” Don Rosenberg said.

In 2010, Rosenberg’s son named Drew Rosenberg, was ran down in cold blood by Roberto Galo, an illegal immigrant from Honduras. It happened while his son was on his motorcycle in San Franciscan when Galo made sudden turn and crashed into his son. Attempting to flee the scene, Galo continuously ran over Drew’s body, until he made a run on foot leaving his car on the street.

Months before this gruesome scene, the same guy was stopped by the police for driving without a license driving o opposite on one-way street. But instead of arresting him, they cited him and than released him. Rosenberg said the charge against Galo was originally vehicular homicide, but was then reduced to misdemeanour vehicular manslaughter.

He also expressed concern over a potential deal on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, and said the government should fix the rest of the immigration system before addressing the issue.

“Our position is you don’t do anything about DACA until you take care of everything else with illegal immigration and I’m very nervous about that one,” Rosenberg said.

San Francisco is a sanctuary city and recently came under fire for finding Jose Ines Garcia Zarate not guilty for the murder of Kate Steinle. A jury found the illegal immigrant not guilty on all counts, except for felony possession of a weapon.

Steinle’s murder sparked a national debate about the legality of sanctuary cities and the politicization of immigration. Rosenberg appeared in a television ad in May where he referenced Steinle and his son, saying “California should be a sanctuary, for Californians”. He appealed to Brown not to sign the bill making California a full sanctuary state, but Senate Democrats passed the bill on a party-line vote and Brown signed the bill into law in October.