Ronil Singh’s brother is showing his support for President Donald Trump after hearing him speak out on his family’s situation during the Oval Office address.
“America’s heart broke the day after Christmas when a young police officer in California was savagely murdered in cold blood by an illegal alien, who just came across the border,” said Trump. “The life of an American hero was stolen by someone who had no right to be in our country.”
During an interview with Fox News, Reggie Singh said that while it won’t bring his brother back, it was nice to know that lawmakers were trying to fix the problem.
“It felt good that, you know, something is being done. Ronil is not coming back,” said Singh. “But if we could do something about it, and save other lives, law enforcement, any family, you know, we definitely don’t want any other family to go through what we are going through right now. So, President Trump is addressing the issue. And I just hope that it will be taken care of.”
Reggie Singh — the brother of police officer Ronil Singh, who was allegedly murdered by an illegal alien — says: “If he would've been deported, my brother would still be alive right now…if we make our immigration laws stricter…we could minimize the crime rate we are having” pic.twitter.com/GNmGqChpb7
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) January 10, 2019
He also claimed that border security enforcement is not cruel, but protects all Americans. However, he said that he was happy that the suspect was caught.
“You know, Ronil looking down, I know all he wanted was justice. And you know, the suspect has been apprehended. And you know, people worked, a lot of law enforcement they worked days and nights to make that happen,” Singh said. “It was heartbreaking. Ronil is not coming back, but you know, when the suspect was apprehended, you know, it felt good, it felt good, you know.”