Homeless Man Breaks into CA Governor's Mansion
A homeless man broke into Governor Jerry Brown's Sacramento pad last month, thinking the place would be wide open due to Brown's love of open borders. At least that's what it seems like Steven Seely, said homeless man, is saying. Addicted to meth but woke enough to pay attention to current politics, Seely was startled by a saber-tooth tiger in a dumpster. So he busted into the governor's mansion to flee the kitty. He (or she) who has not barged into a mansion after hearing growling cast the first stoner.
In a jailhouse interview, Steven Seeley, 51, said he ran inside Gov. Jerry Brown's home April 19 through an unlocked side door after being frightened outside.
“He’s an open-door policy kind of guy, so I figured the door would be unlocked, or else I wouldn’t have ran over there if I thought the door would be locked,” Seeley said.
A fair assumption. This coming from a man whose cultural hero is Walter White. Nevermind Seely was running from a trashy feline. He thought he'd get sanctuary in Jerry Brown's posh pad because Brown's an "open-door policy kind of guy."
Steven Seely says he still heard the menacing kitty growls, so he busted out of a window to get away. Or that's how he got into the mansion? Not sure.
CHP confirms a window was broken on the first floor of the home. In addition to trespassing, Seeley was also charged with felony vandalism and a probation violation after being treated at a local hospital for injuries suffered while jumping out of the window.
Seely was charged with trespassing on the property which was not his, despite fearing he may be chased like he's a laser pointer. Devoured then tossed aside like ill placed kitty litter.
Kind of hypocritical of Brown, considering Jerry Brown thinks California, property which is not his but has been charged with, should be freely available to people who do not belong there. Related California Sheriff Fights Sanctuary State Status. Makes Inmate Release Dates Public.
All we're asking, as many Californians are asking, is that we treat America like the Governor of California treats his mansion: keep the trespassers out, capture those who trespass, and put them back where they belong. Regardless of why they're trespassing. Fair?