An illegal immigrant in the state of California recently interrupted court room proceedings by launching into a horrifying tirade after being charged with the murder of two police officers.

Luis Enrique Monroy Bracamontes actually laughed about his crimes back in January as the prosecutor of the case began describing the murder of Sheriff’s Deputy Danny Oliver and Detective Michael Davis Jr., which occurred outside a motel in Sacramento.

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Surprisingly, the state of California has given Bracamontes the death penalty.

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The Daily Caller is reporting:

Bracamontes interrupted the courtroom on the first day of his trial to call Davis Jr. a “coward” for retreating from the continued gunshots before he was killed.

“I wish I had killed more of the motherf**kers,” Bracamontes told the jury. “I will break out soon and I will kill more, kill whoever gets in front of me … There’s no need for a f**cking trial.”

Bracamontes defense attorneys used court rant as a talking point, saying he is mentally unfit and cannot stand trial.

Placer County Sheriff’s Department tweeted out their support of the court’s ruling after trial, saying they “are very grateful for the jury’s decision to sentence Luis Bracamontes to death.”

Bracamontes is the poster child for why this country needs a wall at the southern border. He’s the type of person we are trying to stop from coming into our nation, someone who is bent on the destruction of innocent lives, who cares little for the inherent value of other human beings.

The question that needs to be posed to liberals is whether or not they’d let someone like Bracamontes inside their homes if he knocked on the door. If not, why should we allow people like him freely inside our country?

Anyone with a drop of common sense knows they should lock their door at night. Why is this basic principle of security not being applied at the federal level?

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