Something terrible happened on Thursday evening. The killer of Kate Steinle was found innocent. I say “killer” despite the fact that he was found innocent because he most certainly was her killer. As a matter of fact, the seven-time felon confessed to her killing in an ABC TV interview. This felon and illegal alien from Mexico was deported five times but came back across our porous border again and again- each time breaking the law. The last time he was released from prison, San Francisco would not allow his deportation. Kate had two killers. Liberal San Francisco was a willing accomplice.
Kate was shot while walking on a tourist pier in San Francisco with her family. She died in her father’s arms. Her last words were, “Help me, dad.”
The illegal alien had the gun in his hand. He fired the gun. Prosecutors claim he aimed it at her. The public defender claimed it was an accident. Either way, the person with the gun is responsible, when the gun discharges and an innocent bystander is killed. Isn't that what liberals would argue if I was holding the gun? If Donald Trump was holding the gun? If a white woman named Kate Steinle was holding the gun that killed an illegal alien in San Francisco? You can bet on it.
This beautiful 32-year-old woman was robbed of her entire future by an illegal alien felon, who had no right to be in our country. The liberal San Francisco jury didn’t care. They found him innocent of not just murder, but manslaughter too. In liberal San Francisco, if you’re holding a gun and it fires, and someone is killed, you’re not responsible. At least not if you’re a seven-time felon, five-time deported illegal alien. That's called "white liberal guilt."
The nation is stunned and outraged. But there is always a way to turn even the worst situation into a positive, to turn lemons into lemonade, to see the glass as half full. Before I got into national politics or conservative talk radio, I was a motivational speaker. I spoke all over the world about the importance of optimism, positive thinking, and action. Anyone is unbeatable with those three attributes. So, let’s look for the bright side, the ray of hope and optimism. Let’s look for motivation. And let’s take action.
“Remember the Alamo” was the image and rallying cry that led to victory over Mexico and independence for Texas. Those heroes at the Alamo died for a bigger cause. Without the tragedy of the Alamo, maybe the history of Texas and America would have turned out differently.
“Remember Pearl Harbor” was the image and rallying cry that led to victory over the Japanese in WWII. Without the tragedy of Pearl Harbor, maybe WWII would have turned out differently.
“Remember Kate Steinle” will be a rallying cry for 63 million Trump voters to dig deep and fight for the wall, secure borders, thousands of added border guards, extreme vetting, and sane restrictions on immigration and travel entry to our country. We cannot let anyone walk into our country. We can't let murderers walk into our country.
“Remember Kate Steinle” will go down in history as the rallying cry that led us to victory, to saving our country, to securing our borders. Because of Kate we won’t give up, or give in, or give an inch. We’ll dig deep and fight like cornered wolverines.
Trust me, Mexico didn’t win at the Alamo. They lost that day. They awakened a sleeping giant. Japan didn’t win at Pearl Harbor. They awakened a sleeping giant. Fighting is in the blood of Americans. We just get complacent from time to time. But that pathetic, disgraceful liberal San Francisco jury just woke up a sleeping giant.
Liberals didn’t win with the Kate Steinle verdict. They will lose big on DACA. No one is passing DACA now.
They will lose big on Sanctuary cities.
San Francisco will lose big. 63 million Trump voters will boycott San Francisco and bring the city to its knees (just as we did with the NFL).
Democrats will lose the 2018 and 2020 elections.
And most importantly, liberals just lost over the battle for the wall. Trump’s wall will be funded. Every inch of Trump’s wall will be built. And now it has a name…
“The Kate Steinle Memorial Wall.”