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California Gov. Brown says Trump supporters “resemble troglodytes”

California Gov. Brown says Trump supporters “resemble troglodytes”

Meanwhile, Brown continues his Climate Change Crusade and is poised to sign the Sanctuary State bill

https://www.facebook.com/jerrybrown/photos/pb.48001409120.-2207520000.1444524094./10152163487064121/?type=3&theater

California’s glitterati are plumbing new depths in their hatred of President Donald Trump.

This weekend, Hollywood elites spent 3-hours deriding Trump and his supporters during the Emmys. Then, the state’s leading, elite politician decided to weigh in with an insulting description of myself and a good portion of the state’s tax-paying population.

California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) ripped President Trump for his recent remarks on North Korea and compared Trump’s supporters to “people who dwell in deep, dark caves.”

Speaking at a climate change event in New York City, Brown criticized Trump for his weekend tweet aimed at North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

“Everything he’s doing is … stupid and dangerous and silly. I mean, come on, really, calling the North Korean dictator ‘Rocket Man’?” Brown said, according to Politico. “He is accelerating the reversal through his own absurdity.”

Brown also mocked supporters of Trump, saying they most resemble “troglodyte[s].”

“You should check out the derivation of ‘Trump-ite’ and ‘troglodyte,’ because they both refer to people who dwell in deep, dark caves,” Brown said.

Brown is continuing to lead the “Cultural Civil War” in his role of “Commander-in-Chief” of California. He is trying to inspire other politicos to join him on his climate change crusade, with the level of sobriety and decorum we have come to expect from “Governor Moonbeam”.

Brown, the Democratic governor of the nation’s most populous state, has been rushing to recruit other state and local governments to sign onto their own nonbinding climate agreements in defiance of Trump. At an event coinciding with the United Nations meeting in New York, Brown said Trump’s election has made it easier to promote climate-related policies, with the rise of a “real adversary that is not believable, is not credible.”

…Brown, touching off several days of climate talks, said of the opposition to Trump on climate change, “It takes what we’re doing today and this week, and all the other things that we have to do to finally put the nail in, I don’t want to say in Trump’s coffin. … That’s a tweet, so I better not do that. But we’re getting there. We’re making change. So I’m very optimistic in the face of Washington’s absent leadership.”

Climate change dealing isn’t the only weapon being lobbed at Trump. The California legislature has just passed the “Sanctuary State” bill that we have been closely following at Legal Insurrection. Governor Brown is expected to sign it when it lands on his desk.

The California Values Act would forbid state and local law enforcement agencies from providing information to or acting as the deputies for federal immigration authorities. The bill also prohibits police and sheriff officers from inquiring about a person’s immigration status.

…A compromise hammered out earlier this week between Brown and California Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León carved out exceptions to the new restrictions.

The changes allowed state and local law enforcement to communicate with federal immigration authorities if a person has been convicted of certain crimes. Corrections officers would also be permitted to work with federal agencies.

As I Californian, I am weighing the option of moving to a cave in one of the other 49 states. At least other governors might appreciate law-abiding, tax-paying, hard-working citizens.

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Cave, you say? We’ll take you in a Mayberry minute:

https://www.romanticasheville.com/linville_caverns.htm

theduchessofkitty | September 19, 2017 at 4:26 pm

Do you want MORE Trump? Because THIS is how YOU get MORE TRUMP!

NONE of these things will benefit Californians. Oh well, you get the government you deserve and california has the government it deserves.

Governor Brown says calling Kim King Un names is stupid, he then proceeds to call Americans names.

I wonder if you can make a good case to dispute California’s electoral votes because they knowingly have non-citizens voting and refuse to prevent them from voting?

    How California chooses its electors is entirely the business of its legislature. It has every right to let aliens vote, to let five-year-olds vote, to let the whole world vote, or even to let nobody vote. The only things it can’t do is restrict the vote on the grounds of race, color, previous condition of servitude, sex, age (other than those under eighteen), or failure to pay any tax.

Jerry Brown’s black bloc militia agree. Trumpsters must be destroyed by any means necessary. Trumpsters aren’t even legitimate human beings.

Lets all smoke some weed, don smiley-face masks and beat people to death with u-shaped cudgels.

That’s Jerry Brown’s utopian world.

Headline: Eloi Governor complains about Morlocks

Better a troglodyte than a proglodyte.

Deplorable Troglodytes for Trump!

someone who has been accurately & derisively nicknamed “Moonbeam” for over 4 decades is the last person to be calling anyone names.

ugottabekiddinme | September 19, 2017 at 5:58 pm

Everything old is new again!

We had troglodyte-bashing by our last GOP governor, slamming members of his own party, way back in 1982:

“Some people might take offense at being compared to a troglodyte, particularly by a person who’s at least nominally on the same team. But in 1982, two dozen Republican legislators in Washington took the troglodyte label as a badge of honor, turning it into a kind of club. They had buttons, certificates of membership and a relatively simple set of bylaws: Vote no on any tax increase supported by the man who inadvertently gave them their name, then-Gov. John Spellman.”

Read the whole thing: http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2014/dec/06/state-gops-1982-intraparty-clash-spawned-badge-of/

Humphrey's Executor | September 19, 2017 at 6:16 pm

I respectfully suggest that Brown go perform a biological improbability.

Jerry Brown is finished, and he knows it. This is all he has left. Bash Trump and deliver fact deficient hyperbole rich speeches like a mad raving lunatic with arms flaying about. As the state’s chief executive with a Democrat super majority in the state legislature he could not even get his signature pet projects off the ground, or underground as in the case of his Delta twin tunnel project. HSR has been derailed before the first rolling stock was put on rails that still don’t exist. If HSR ever gets built by 2030, 2040, 2050, It will be a global showcase of finest 1950’s rail technology ever built.

Once he is termed out of the governor’s office there is no where for him to go. The power brokers would never let him unseat Harris or Boxer. I doubt they would let him fill DiFi’s seat. Moonbeam never played well on the national stage. He’s already tried that.

Just let him keep raging on all fire and brimstone, that only he can save us from a California engulfed in eternal conflagration.

“As I Californian, I am weighing the option of moving to a cave in one of the other 49 states. At least other governors might appreciate law-abiding, tax-paying, hard-working citizens.”
Ditto for my wife and me.

    BuckIV in reply to Rick. | September 19, 2017 at 7:21 pm

    Just waiting for the youngest to head off to college and me and the wife are out of here.

    Henry Hawkins in reply to Rick. | September 19, 2017 at 8:34 pm

    Think NC. Mountains, check. Ocean, check. Big cities, check, small towns, check. Plus we’ve got the best college basketball on the planet with UNC, Duke, NC State, Wake Forest, etc., etc.

not really a trump fan, more a hillary enemy.
so whats that make me?

Hey! I’m a now a deplorable troglodyte! Yay me!!

The irony – we Californian “troglodytes” who live in “caves” are actually forced to live, work and breathe in the liberal world. I know what they believe and why – I simply don’t agree with it. I have siblings who are super-liberal and I can tell you they know almost nothing of conservative views save what CNN or NBC tells them. They dwell in a self-reinforcing bubble and don’t even know it. But we’re the ones in cave.

As a former long tiime Californian, I’m telling ya, get out now! Best thing I ever did (although I do miss the Sierra and Yosemite).

Anybody ever seen Rags and Jerry Brown in the same room?

Don’t California state employees have to be drug tested occasionally?

Well he knows he’ll never have a shot at a POTUS run again, ever, so he has nothing to lose…his moonbat state will swoon over these remarks.

Ramsey Bolton: “I don’t need an army, I need 20 good men.”

C’mon guys why not? Live a little. We’ll be in and back before anyone knows what happened. Break his jaw, knock out his front teeth, smash his nose into a wall a few times. Teach the trog to respect his betters.

Breaking: Gov Brown loses fight with Harry Reid’s exercise bike.

My husband & I just moved out of CA. We are afraid the state is going to go bankrupt and the crime rate is going through the roof as the let out hardened criminal out of prison. Do we miss it….nope.

Troglodyte? Yep, that’s me anytime.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JNS42Na2mpc

Really? Sentiment returned with compounded interest. California voters are so regressive they actually recycle their governors from the 70’s. With the same massive bugs up their butt about the same tired obsessions, especially about trains, the nineteenth century solution to twenty-first century problems, that shamefully cannot go any faster than regular trains no matter how many times they’re characterized as high speed. Simply incapable of producing anything promised, save for political graft, corruption, and heavier tax burden.

Doesn’t Brown have a little fish to save at the expense of managing his state’s water supply? Doesn’t Brown have a massive voter fraud problem and illegal immigration problem and crime problem inflicted on the rest of the country that can hold his flighty malevolent attention in his ridiculous one-party state?

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