While conservative talk show host Tomi Lahren may love how beautiful it is to live in California, she doesn’t appreciate it’s governor and his liberal ways of trying to regulate everything, except illegal immigration, reports Fox News.

Lahren destroys the recently passed law that doesn’t allow local law enforcement officials to ask a criminal about their immigration status.

“‘Thank you, Governor Jerry Brown, for reminding all Americans and legal immigrants that law-breaking, line-cutting and a general disregard for our nation’s safety and security is celebrated. See, the law known here as SB 54, passed last October, and now in effect, bans – among other things – local law enforcement officials from asking about a person’s immigration status,’ Lahren says.”

Lahren can’t seem to fathom how the 39 million residents of California are possibly ok with allowing illegal and dangerous criminal immigrants run around their state. so she tries to connect with them.

“39 million of you are okay with welcoming and harboring people, from God knows where, here to do God knows what? Are you sure? That’s quite the gamble your favorite Democrats are willing to take,” Lahren asks.

Lahren sees what will happen as a result of this new law, and it isn’t good for any of those 39 million citizens either.

“‘This new law is going to spread faster than California wildfires to the illegal communities. And what will it do? It will open the floodgates for more illegal immigrants, more people living in the shadows, and yes – more crime. That means blissful Californians could be more likely to meet the same fate as Kate Steinle and Jamiel Shaw II – both killed by illegal immigrants,’ said Lahren.”

And what does this kind of stance on immigration say to those who are waiting patiently in line to come to the country legally? Well, Lahren has an answer to that as well.

“I’ll tell you what it says, ‘Why bother?’ Why respect the law when you can cheat, and leaders like Jerry Brown will welcome you with open arms, and pocketbooks?” says Lahren.