California Governor Jerry Brown is considering granting rights usually reserved to U.S. citizens to illegal aliens - after he's already extended some rights to illegal alien students.
Here's what Brown did for California
On Monday it was announced that Brown had signed a bill that would allow in-state students to serve on school committees - even if they were illegal aliens.
California Assemblymember Jose Medina (D) celebrated the signing of his bill by Brown from his social media account.
"Excited to announce that #AB1887 was signed by @JerryBrownGov!" he tweeted. "AB 1887 ensures all students that qualify for in-state tuition can participate on college boards and commissions, regardless of age or immigration status," he explained.
"These leadership opportunities help develop critical skill sets and give students experiences that will help launch their careers," Medina added in a statement. "I am proud that the Governor saw the need for this bill and that all California students will now be eligible to participate in this fulfilling college experience."
Medina's statement indicated that the bill included an "urgency clause" which meant that it would go into effect immediately.
Here's what Brown wants to do to California
Brown is considering signing a law passed by the California legislature that would grant illegal aliens the right to serve on planning commissions and state boards.
The bill is called the California Inclusion Act.
Brown has been a combative critic of the president and his policies, especially those having to do with illegal immigration. In April, Brown accused the president of waging a "war on California" through his immigration policies.
“We didn’t get built on just the indigenous people, far from it, we destroyed the indigenous people and had nothing but immigration," Brown claimed at the time. "That’s the story of California, I think we oughta remember that."
Trump has specifically targeted California and its governor for his scorn.
“Looks like Jerry Brown and California are not looking for safety and security along their very porous Border,” he tweeted in April. “He cannot come to terms for the National Guard to patrol and protect the Border.”
"The high crime rate will only get higher," he added. "Much wanted Wall in San Diego already started!"