Thursday, July 16, 2015

An Unchecked ILLEGALS Crime Wave

Border: President Obama argues his immigration enforcement policy focuses on felons, not families. Now that a San Francisco woman has been killed by a five-time deported illegal, that hardly seems believable.
The coverage of the brazen, daylight shooting of 32-year-old Kathryn Steinle as she strolled with her father on San Francisco's touristy Pier 14 near the Bay Bridge last Friday started strangely, with TV reporters getting robbed of their cameras.
The story got stranger. Steinle's killer was not "a Texas man" as first reported, but a politically inconvenient illegal alien with seven felonies on his record and five deportations to Mexico. Not two. Not three. Five.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement had asked to deport him a sixth time after his release from jail last April through an immigration detainer, something done only for the very worst under federal policy.
But San Francisco's 1989 "sanctuary city" law thwarted that. The sheriff's office later said it would have nabbed him if ICE had issued a warrant. Really?
Fact is, many city, state and federal officials' hands are stained with blood. An unguarded border that lets in any felon, terrorist or killer — multiple times, as Sanchez showed — is a crisis, with law-abiding citizens such as Steinle paying the price.
Problem one is the White House, which won't enforce immigration laws. As tens of thousands of Central Americans, including children, cross our border to join illegals that number at least 11 million, the administration refuses to deport them.
Bowing to the open border lobby and vote-hungry Democrats, the White House pretends to focus on "felons, not families." The Steinle murder by illegal alien Francisco Sanchez puts the lie to that.
Nobody worries about deportation these days. The Obama administration favors illegals, using executive orders to protect them. In 2014, Obama ordered the Department of Homeland Security to release 30,558 illegals with criminal records onto U.S. streets, after releasing 36,007 illegals in 2013.
And in the past three years, these same illegals murdered 131 Americans, not counting Steinle or the El Paso woman murdered by an illegal with a hammer last weekend. How big a problem is the illegal crime wave? A 2011 Government Accountability Office report says some 300,000 inmates of federal prisons are illegals.
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