“Dad – help me.”

Those were the last words spoken by Kate Steinle as she fell into her father’s arms while they strolled on Pier 14 on a summer’s evening in San Francisco.

The 32-year-old had been struck by a bullet in the back and died shortly thereafter.

The gun used to kill Kate was thrown into the bay by the person who had fired it, even as he tried to dodge detection as a crowd gathered.

He was arrested within the hour.

He said he’d never held a gun. He said he stepped on the gun and it misfired. He said he was shooting at sea lions.

That gun didn’t fire itself, but that’s not what the City of San Francisco and the State of California would have people believe when, after eight days and 30 hours of deliberation, the jury found that the man who confessed to the shooting was not guilty of anything more serious than holding the gun.

The jury did find that Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, who was in the United States illegally at the time of the murder after being deported five times, was guilty of possession of a firearm. Zarate is a seven-time felon.

This is the state of affairs the U.S. finds itself in as the common sense of common law no longer reigns, but has been subverted by the liberal policies of the past that allowed open borders, lax enforcement of immigration laws, and the establishment of safe haven cities that protect illegal aliens while risking the safety of U.S. citizen and legal immigrants.

Kate Steinle was killed just two weeks after Donald Trump had announced his candidacy for the presidency and he adopted the Steinle family as “angels” who had suffered a loss at the hands of an illegal who not only was in the country illegally but who was afforded all the protections of the U.S. Constitution after the commission of a crime.

“Justice for Kate” became a rallying cry as Trump’s campaign took him around the country, and voters responded with a single voice that took him to the White House.

Trump’s efforts to force local governments to cooperate with federal Immigration & Customs Enforcement authorities have met with stiff resistance from liberal federal courts, but the responses of U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and President Trump to the shocking verdict that could see Zarate set free – once again – on American streets would indicate that the fight to bring sanctuary cities into line with law will continue.

In the meantime, Kate’s family will celebrate another Christmas without her and Americans will remain unsafe in their own cities.

Do you think the verdict in the Kate Steinle murder cases will help further the cause of defunding so-called 'sanctuary' cities like San Francisco and requiring compliance with federal immigration officials?

Source: 100 percent fed up

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