Just when we thought politicians in California couldn't get any more horrible, Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom proved us wrong. Apparently, the reason he was absent from Cpl. Singh's funeral yesterday was because he was too busy watching the Sacramento Kings play basketball.
If this doesn't tell you where his priorities lay, nothing will.
Cpl. Ronil Singh, the officer who was killed in the line of duty by an illegal alien last week, was laid to rest on Saturday.
Here's a look at the funeral:
HONORING THE FALLEN: Dozens of law enforcement gather outside the church following an emotional funeral for slain Cpl. Ronil Singh, who was killed in the line of duty during a traffic stop. https://t.co/nMMkjbpzXt pic.twitter.com/JNo2hkZjph— ABC News (@ABC) January 5, 2019
No picture or video can really do justice to the amount of first responders who wanted to honor Corporal Singh. This is just a fraction of them. pic.twitter.com/UXCElSv1qK— Ashley Zavala (@ZavalaA) January 5, 2019
So many lights for Corporal Ronil Singh pic.twitter.com/kTw2aFSTXJ— Ashley Zavala (@ZavalaA) January 5, 2019
Things are absolutely silent right now as law enforcement officials from across the country line the outside of CrossPoint Community Church waiting for Cpl. Ronil Singh’s procession to begin. @ABC10 pic.twitter.com/vfCTR036pa— Lena Howland (@LenaHowland) January 5, 2019
Law enforcement and fire departments from around the country joined in remembering Cpl. Singh and the sacrifice he made:
Dozens of police agencies from across the country showed up in a sea of red & blue lights as hundreds of people lined along the streets to honor the legacy of officer Ronil Singh. It was a tough day but also incredibly heartwarming to see such amazing support from the community pic.twitter.com/rOkpausCfA— CHP Oakland (@CHPoakland) January 5, 2019
We were honored to show our support today in honoring Newman Police Department Corporal Ronil Singh who paid the ultimate sacrifice. End of Watch 12-26-18. We will never forget. #sacpd @StanSheriff pic.twitter.com/YJVsS0WYXt— Sacramento Police (@SacPolice) January 5, 2019
Today, members of the La Verne Police Department joined members of law enforcement agencies from across the country to say farewell to Corporal Ronil Singh who was tragically murdered in the line of duty on December 26, 2018. His sacrifice and service will never be forgotten. pic.twitter.com/pFTRRN47eZ— La Verne Police Dept (@LaVernePD) January 5, 2019
Services for Cpl. Ronil Singh are set to begin at 10 am. Services will be live streamed on Newman PD and Stanislaus Sheriff’s Facebook. Pages. ???? #ronilsingh #rip #thinblueline @ChiefAmirfar pic.twitter.com/ZQ7eU7GToR— Turlock Police Dept. (@turlockpolice) January 5, 2019
We’re inside of the funeral for Corporal Ronil Singh in Modesto now where it’s standing room only full of law enforcement officers here from across the country. RIP Cpl. Singh. @ABC10 pic.twitter.com/3Ay7lXGWgG— Lena Howland (@LenaHowland) January 5, 2019
Today we honored the life of Newman Police Department Officer Ron Singh. Officer Singh was killed in the line of duty on December 26th, 2018 while serving his community. #honorguard #OCSD #NBPD pic.twitter.com/7rSx2roIAU— Newport Beach Police (@NewportBeachPD) January 5, 2019
SCFF 3399 working with our Modesto brothers at the Corp Singh memorial service. pic.twitter.com/ktSRMkSwRk— Stanislaus Consolidated Firefighters (@SFirefighters) January 5, 2019
Some even made the trip from Canada.
Two members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police from British Columbia will attend Cpl. Singh’s funeral. Like Singh, officers Prakash and Maharaj are natives of Fiji. pic.twitter.com/VrgNlgN2i2— The Modesto Bee (@modbee) January 5, 2019
Even the Fiji ambassador to the U.S. made it to the funeral.
Fiji’s ambassador to the U.S. Solo Mara. He flew in from D.C. for Cpl. Singh’s funeral. Other dignitaries expected to speak include CHP Commissioner and Calif AG. pic.twitter.com/7woQDDkzj3— The Modesto Bee (@modbee) January 5, 2019
Attorney General Xavier Becerra was rumored to make an appearance but that has not been confirmed.
But where was Gov. Jerry Brown or Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom? What about Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris?
You're telling me that not one of those four found Cpl. Singh's sacrifice worthy of being in attendance?