Monday, July 27, 2015

In San Francisco, Support for Kate Steinle, Opposition Sanctuary Cities

Kate Steinle
Francisco Sanchez, an illegal alien with seven felony convictions and five previous deportations, was attracted to San Francisco because, as a sanctuary city, he felt safe there. San Francisco, however, is not as safe for  law-abiding citizens such as Kate Steinle who was callously shot to death earlier this month on SF's Pier 14.  Sanchez has been charged with her murder.

Today, concerned citizens held a press conference on Pier 14 to call for an end to "sanctuary city" policies in San Francisco and across the nation:

Debbie Bacigalupi, who ran in 2012 as the Republican nominee for California's 14th congressional district, is shown below speaking for the cause: 

At the site of this press conference, flowers and a photograph mark the spot where Kate Steinle died:

Kate Steinle had every reason to feel safe: her murder occurred in a tourist section of San Francisco.  As you can see below, Pier 14 has a view of the Transamerica Pyramid (shown below, near center) and the pier is within a block of the SF Ferry Building which, newly renovated, attracts both tourists and locals to upscale and gourmet food shops (the Ferry Building's famed Clock Tower is visible below on the right).

Looking the other way, visitors to Pier 14 have a view of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge:

 Another view of the crowd attending the press conference:

Kate Steinle is not alone.  There have been 121 murders attributed to illegals released by the Obama administration.  The Remembrance Project was created to raise awareness of these tragedies and stop the policies which allow these needless murders.

San Francisco's politicians undoubtedly think that they are being kind-hearted by providing safe harbor to those who violate US immigration laws.  That such policies naturally attract violent criminals to the city seems not to be their concern.  As long as the left has "sympathy" for illegals, their 'rights' will trump those of mere US citizens.

1 comment:

Betty Sakai said...

Our forefathers fought for our security and liberty. Today, we must do the same. Politicians not bound by an obligation to protect the people they serve--opportunists disrespectful of our American way of life--are trash to be removed and discarded. Having them suffer financially is the best way.

The City and County of San Francisco, and every Supervisor severally, should suffer being sued by this victim's father, mother, siblings, each extended family, as well as suffer being sued by thousands of San Francisco residents, travelers, and tourists who feel threatened by San Francisco's Sanctuary City policy gone wild. Suggest asking $1,000,000 per suit. Would a charitable legal foundation provide the step by step legal framework for citizens to follow?

Make noise. Orchestrate against tyranny -- Get their money.

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