Rep Steve King is angry and frustrated by the decision in the Steinle case and what it represents to the American people, lawless, globalist open border destruction of our nation
Rep Steve King (R-IA) is frustrated and angry after the outrageous verdict out of perverse San Francisco in the Kate Steinle murder, in which the 5-time deported illegal alien was given a free pass for her murder.
King note that he is an author of both the Kate’s Law bill and the Sanctuary Cities bill which were both passed out of the House and have now gone over to die sitting on Mitch McConnell’s desk in the Senate. He says he’s trying to move additional legislation and also of raising public awareness in order to put pressure on the Senate.
He says, “But it isn’t just the Senate. I’ve had it with sanctuary cities,” comparing the Zarate decision in San Francisco with the OJ Simpson verdict. He notes that the libtards on the jury who refused to find him guilty of any of the possible charges, down to negligent homicide, yet convicted him on a gun possession charge, are liberals who hate guns but can accept murder.
They discuss the possible retaliation by the Steinle family against this illegal slug in the hypothetical and how if it were a white man who were in the same circumstances, there would have undoubtedly been a guilty verdict.
King describes watching the venomous libtards manipulate and distort the debate into the politically advantages framing, with protecting the borders and national sovereignty now being equated with racism.
He says, “They have now deified criminal illegal aliens and there is a pejority [sic] against white people in America. It’s an anti-white, anti-Western civilization culture that they are fostering. Curt Schilling asks what the future holds beyond the feigned and genuine outrage on television.
Rep King details his response, saying, “I just took a vow to myself this morning that I am going to oppose every attempt at amnesty in this country. Ronald Reagan signed the amnesty act in ’86. He agreed it was a mistake after the fact, so did Ed Meese III, the Attorney General.”
King continued, “We should learn from their admitted mistake and not go forward with any kind of amnesty. We need to establish the rule of law. My sanctuary cities act that’s on the desk of Mitch McConnell, that needs to get to the desk of President Trump, who wants to sign it.”
He notes the importance of a border wall, saying, “Let’s build a monument in America that is a respect for the rule of law, which is an essential pillar, not only of Western civilization but of the American exceptionalism. And if we fail to do that, this country will continue to be flooded with some of the seven billion people on the planet that if they can get here will learn they can stay.”
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