Governor Newsom announced he is sending 120 CHP officers to Oakland to "crack down on crime."
Riverside Assemblyman Bill Essayli called in to talk to John about Newsom's latest dog & pony show as California crime rates skyrocket.
Here is what Newsom's dopey plan is:
Governor Gavin Newsom announced today that he is increasing state law enforcement personnel in Oakland and the East Bay — temporarily deploying California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers, including specialized units, and advanced investigative technology to crack down on crime and improve public safety. As part of the announcement, the CHP will begin a law enforcement surge operation in Oakland and the East Bay — deploying 120 officers who will work in partnership with local law enforcement agencies on a targeted crackdown on criminal activity, including vehicle theft, retail theft, and violent crime.