“Even the newspapers never talk to the true victims” who lost loved ones or were badly injured, Don Rosenberg said. “They make the victims appear to be the illegal aliens.”
The Star ran a story Sunday about Don Rosenberg, a Westlake Village man who embarked on a crusade against unlicensed drivers after his 25-year-old son was killed in a traffic accident in 2010. Here’s some more information about his ordeal that will enhance the original article.
In February, Rosenberg dressed down the Los Angeles Police Commission for proposing to refuse to impound vehicles of unlicensed drivers.
“There’s over a million unlicensed drivers in California, and they’re killing people every day,” he said.
“Almost all of them are illegal aliens,” Rosenberg told immigration expert Michael Cutler in a May interview.
It doesn’t take a leap of logic, then, to see that illegal aliens–some of whom who are learning how to drive “on the job” in California–are killing people every day.
After his son died, Rosenberg did some research and was “shocked” at what he found.
“All the killings, all the tragic accidents, and fifty or sixty thousand fender benders [were] caused by illegal drivers and nobody seemed to care,” he said.
That understanding places Rosenberg–who describes himself as a “pretty far-to-the-left liberal”–at odds with the government and the media. He’s testified against a bill from a Democratic legislator, called Jerry Brown’s administration an “absolute disaster”, and said the Los Angeles Times exhibited “a dereliction of their responsibility beyond belief.”