Jerry Brown pushing depopulation in California: Too many people, not enough water, something has to go!

Monday, June 22, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: J. D. Heyes
Monday, June 22, 2015

Californians might want to pay a bit more attention to the governor of their state, as he is openly musing about a draconian idea to deal with the ongoing drought: depopulation.

As reported by The Daily Caller, Brown recently stated before the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California board that, at some point, if more water does not flow into the Golden State, it could eventually mean that there will be too many people for the available water to support. He also hinted that so-called “global warming” was only making California’s drought worse.

John Myers and James Nash, who were in attendance, respectively tweeted:

“At some point, how many people can we accommodate? ” asks @JerryBrownGov abt CA’s future at MWD #cawater meeting.

#Climatechange distinguishes #California’s current drought from past dry spells, @JerryBrownGov tells Metropolitan Water District board.

No question that California’s enduring drought has created great strains on the state’s water supplies, but the thought of forcing American citizens from any state to relocate is chilling – even if some think it might someday be necessary.

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