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WATCH – California’s Gov Moonbeam Insinuates He Wants Protesters Dead *VIDEO* #o4anews #California

Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
November 11th, 2017

Was it sarcasm, or was California’s Governor Moonbeam telling protesters he wanted them dead when he said he wanted them “put in the ground”?


“I agree with you, in the ground. Let’s put you in the ground so we can get on with the show here,” Brown, a Democrat, responded to protesters Saturday yelling as they chanted about fighting pollution and keeping oil in the ground.

Moonbeam was babbling at the left-wing organization, the U.S. Climate Action Pavilion, on behalf of the tree hugging “movement” as it were, “America’s Pledge,” which brings together leftist leaders from both the private and public sector to ensure America continues wasting money by doing their part to uphold the Paris Agreement.

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Gov. Brown is on a 10-day visit to four countries while on his way to the United Nations conference on climate change reports the Washington Examiner.

It is unknown at this time how much jet fuel was necessary to burn in order for the hypocritical Governor to arrive at his destinations.

“I wish we could have no pollution, but we have to have our automobiles,” Brown fantasized aloud to the protesters disrupting his speech.

President Trump announced in June that the U.S. would withdraw from the Paris Climate agreement, saying it would “undermine” the U.S. economy.

It has been recently revealed that the Paris Climate Accord will actually have little to no effect on the environment.

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