DOJ Files Arrest Warrant For Steinle Killer

FILE – Nov. 29, 2017, without reaching a verdict in the murder trial that sparked a national debate over immigration policy. Jurors are deciding whether Garcia Zarate meant to shoot Steinle in 2015 or if they believe his claim that the the shooting was accidental. (Michael Macor/San Francisco Chronicle via AP, Pool, File)

December 2, 2017
OAN Newsroom

The controversial verdict for the illegal immigrant who shot and killed 32-year-old Kate Steinle, is reigniting the debate over sanctuary city policy and border security.

Jose Garcia Zarate who fatally shot Steinle while she was walking with her father on a San Francisco Pier, was acquitted of murder charges, after a jury determined he accidentally shot her.

However, lawmakers say Steinle would still be alive today, if it weren’t for sanctuary city policies that protected him.

The 45-year-old illegal immigrant who had seven previous felony convictions, and been deported back to Mexico five times, was found not guilty of murder and manslaughter, but was convicted for felony possession of a firearm.

Months before the 2015 shooting, he completed a federal prison sentence for illegal re-entry, and was transferred to a San Francisco jail to face a drug charge which was eventually dropped.

Under sanctuary city law, the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department released him back on the streets, despite a federal immigration request to detain him for deportation.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a statement saying the illegal immigrant wouldn’t have been released, if it weren’t for the sanctuary city policy; which he says is putting the public’s safety at risk.

President Trump called the verdict disgraceful and said he understood why Americans are so fed up with America’s immigration system.

New pressure is also being placed on the Senate to pass Kate’s law and the no sanctuary for criminals act, which were approved by the House in June and now hang in the upper chamber.

Kate’s law would increase penalties for immigrants who repeatedly re-enter the country illegally, while the no sanctuary for criminals act would deny federal funding to sanctuary cities.

Meanwhile, the Department of Justice issued an arrest warrant for Garcia Zarate on Friday, for allegedly violating his supervised release in 2015.

Federal charges could extend his sentencing, as Defense Attorneys say Garcia Zarate could spend up to three years in prison for illegal possession of a firearm.

  • Lfthnddritie

    california is a boil on the derriere of the Nation, and san fransisco is its oozing crown.

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  • Uncle R

    Two words: “DEATH PENALTY”!

    • badass

      NO, he’d be used an old fashion way with 4 horses dragging him to death. btw, those few juries should also be executed.
      the bottom line, this case should be trialed outside of SF.

  • mickey2829

    people have to understand that we are talking about the state of California.

    • badass

      should put Jerry brown (commie) to trial..

  • Mr. Maga

    it’s about time that Sessions started PRODUCING something, or stepped aside and let a real man do the job.

    • Vera Orsova

      I am so with you on Sessions. Fed up with his “see nothing-do nothing” strategy. Back stabbing POS that should have been fired long time ago.

  • Bobby Green

    Isn’t the 3 strike rule still in effect? If it is this guy should go away for a long time. Doubt he’ll finish his sentence.

  • constitutiononly

    That illegal alien should be placed in general population and tortured.

  • Bruce Johnson

    oh, thars tried by a military tribunal….

  • Bruce Johnson

    build the darned wall, use illegals as chain-gang work crews, ( once they are tried and found guilty to be illegal) they serve the sentance on a work crew. During all of this, arrest any official, mayor, city councilman, or even the damn governor, who will NOT BACK OFF SANCTUARY STATUS. thats just step 1 – if you dont like step 1, you are gonna hate step 2! LOL

  • Denice Adams

    Enforce E-verify and hold employers hiring illegals accountable!

  • Johnny Cajon

    #KatesWall

  • Fergus

    Better safe then sorry, make the call!
    If you see anyone or you suspect anyone might be in the USA illegally or committing other crimes call ICE @ ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) via the toll-free HSI Tip Line, (866) 347-2423 to report illegals and or local officials breaking US laws. OR The ICE website Report Crimes: Email or Call 1-866-DHS-2-ICE

  • Bill Heinbach

    “Under sanctuary city law, the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department released him back on the streets”
    So why can’t the Feds arrest the sheriff for violation of federal immigration laws? Then arrest every successor who does the same.

  • denise

    The only way we are going to see a serious change is when a POLITICAN’s kid gets shot by an illegal.

  • Robert Sigler

    This reminds me of the feds going down south to prosecute murders who walked on local charges back 60’s and 70’s.

  • Dell Wilber

    Find out what hand he writes with and cut it off; then cut off half of the matching foot, then send him back to Mexico…

    • tedlv

      He can write?

      • john smith

        He men’t to say, “Find out what hand he holds his gun with and cut it off.”

      • grandmother5

        That’s what I was thinking.

  • Scotty

    The feds should just drive that creep into the middle of death valley and leave him with no food or water. The buzzards will finish the job. Do the same to all illegals with gang tats

    • tedlv

      Same with all illegal invaders!

    • Mary Hasting

      That would solve the problem of these criminals sneaking over the border time and time again. Great solution.

  • Section Ate

    Reading many o’ these comments, it appears you folk would be LESS outraged had Steinle been accidentally killed by a U.S. citizen.

    • Robert Sigler

      No, “us folks” don’t feel that way, nice try though.

      • Section Ate

        Explain, @Robert Sigler, your need to comment if, as you calim, you don’t feel that way.

        • grandmother5

          “CLAIM”

    • Dakota

      Accidentally that’s bull I’ve handled guns 40 years never had one ever ever go off accidentally that piece of shhhh pulled the trigger he stole the gun and pulled the the trigger. It’s obviously to me you have your head clear up your assssss@section ate. Is it common for city people to just find a gun laying around I think not

      • Section Ate

        Are you racist, @Dakota?

      • AmericanMuscle

        It’s all lies! You don’t find a gun laying around on those piers, it’s like finding one laying around at the mall or the fair.

        Telemundo reporters were reporting on the verdict yesterday and that Kate was shot with one accidentally discharged bullet…yet they were showing footage of the crime scene with officers after the murder and you could clearly see the THREE little “numbered yellow cones” for spent casings, 1, 2 and 3 right next to each other!

      • grandmother5

        Exactly!

    • tedlv

      The difference is, a US citizen would have been convicted of murder.

      • Section Ate

        I disagree, @tedlv.

      • grandmother5

        I believe that. If he was white it would have been life w/o parole.

    • Pat S.

      What kind of person would even make such a heartless statement? The woman did not deserve this, if SF had obeyed the law she could have finished her walk with her father. But I suppose you could care less about her. You are a true peice of garbage.

      • Section Ate

        Grow tougher skin, @Pat S..

        • Pat S.

          Grow a brain tumor.
          Some things go way past what you consider good taste. But then again what would you know about taste.

    • Pat S.

      I truly wish you could have said this in my presence, you would be drinking the rest of your meals.

      • Section Ate

        What’s your address, @Pat S.?

        • grandmother5

          What’s yours?

          • Pat S.

            San Francisco.

          • grandmother5

            LOL! That would explain a lot.

        • Pat S.

          Seymour TN, Anytime puke!

          • tedlv

            Hey, neighbor! I’m near the I-75 I-40 split. Ending about a year ago, I spent 3 years in Chattanooga.

          • Section Ate

            Present the full address, Pat S, your chump.

          • Pat S.

            After you Sissy!

        • grandmother5

          Are you answering a question with a question?

          • Section Ate

            Read the chain posts, @grandmother5. Read!

          • grandmother5

            I have. You still haven’t answered my question.

    • grandmother5

      No it doesn’t. WTH is the matter with you. Sounds like you’re happy it was an illegal POS. “Accidentally” shooting? I really don’t think so. I read a report that he fired the gun three times. Would that be considered an “Accidentally” shooting? Maybe Zarate was planning on robbing them? Either way Zarate if a POS killer. Simple as that.

      • Section Ate

        Look, @grandmother5, José Ines Garcia Zarate was acquitted of all but the least serious charge he faced. Unlike you, it appears this particular jury put facts before politics & that disturbs you. The facts were laid out at trial. Jurors heard all evidentiary facts & statements & determined everything you cite simply is not true. Jurors, to their credit, put aside the political noise & judged the case on its facts.

        Steinle’s family was forced into an unwelcome spotlight by then-candidare DTrump who used this tragedy to ignite his anti-immigration hysteria. Admit it. Kate’s father, Jim Steiner admits it, why can’t you?

        In fact, he says, & I quote, “We somehow or another amazingly got caught up in immigration & and Trump. We have our views on immigration & we have our view on Trump. But this is the death of my daughter.”

        • grandmother5

          OK Perry Mason explain the three bullet casings? Yes he was acquitted, but it was not justice. The father is right, this is about Kate. Was the fact brought out about the gun was stolen, most likely by Zarate. “political noise & judged the case on its facts”. I don’t think so. The Steinle family was force into the spotlight by an illegal named Zarate. I think there should be a wall. I ask you why, if a person wants to come to America, don’t they do it legally? I believe the DOJ, President Trump and the others that is posting their outrage is for Kate. Apparently you could care less about Kate or the others that have been murdered by illegals.

          • Section Ate

            See, @grandmother5, you’re wrong on the facts! A ranger irresponsibly left his loaded weapon in a part of SFRAN where parked cars are frequently targeted by thieves. Prosecutors **AND** police testified that there’s no evidence or info that Garcia Zarate stole the weapon. None. It appears you & others heard Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) wrongly claim Garcia Zarate stole the weapon & fired it multiple times, when he proposed “Kate’s Law,” to stiffen penalties for undocumented immigrants.

            In early-Nov., the defense presented a grainy surveillance video that captured both the shooting & what occurred on Pier 14 the hour before. Half an hour before Steinle was shot, six people could be seen huddling around a swiveling metal chair.

            For nearly 30′, they repeatedly bent down around the base of the chair. 30′ later, Garcia Zarate sat down in the same swiveling metal chair. Video shows him reaching down, presumably to pick up the weapon. Moments later, a bullet from the gun pierced Steinle’s heart. It’s all on surveillance video!!!!!

          • grandmother5

            I must be getting under your thin skin. ” Produce a grainy surveillance video”, “what occurred on Pier 14 the hour before”, “pierced Steinle’s heart”. Key words, “grainy”, “hour”. Was it a lucky shot that “pierced Steinle’s heart”. How about the 3 shell casings?

          • Section Ate

            No evidence of three shell casings were presented as evidence, @grandmother5. There’s surveillance video of the weapon being fired. Garcia Zarate didn’t aim the weapon at nothin’ in particular!!

  • KD

    It’s time to hire hitmen and snipers to take this worthless piece of flesh and other illegals like him out and off our streets.

    • Section Ate

      QUESTION: Yes [OR] no: Would you be LESS outraged had Steinle been accidentally killed by a U.S. citizen? Yes [OR] no?

      • Robert Sigler

        Does it not bother you a life was taken and no one was punished? Are you throwing some race bait out here?

        • Section Ate

          Where I come from, @Robert Sigler, folk don’t answer a question with a question. Please answer my question. ATTEMPT #2:

          Q: Yes [OR] no: Would you be LESS outraged had Steinle been accidentally killed by a U.S. citizen? Yes [OR] no?

          • AmericanMuscle

            Would you be outraged if this were your daughter or son or family member?

          • Pat S.

            If you’re waiting for a mature response, it’s not going to happen.

          • Section Ate

            That’s hypothetical, @AmericanMuscle. Look, José Ines Garcia Zarate was acquitted of all but the least serious charge he faced. Unlike you, it appears this particular jury put facts before politics & that disturbs you. The facts were laid out at trial. Jurors heard all evidentiary facts & statements & determined everything you cite simply is not true. Jurors, to their credit, put aside the political noise & judged the case on its facts.

            Steinle’s family was forced into an unwelcome spotlight by then-candidare DTrump who used this tragedy to ignite his anti-immigration hysteria. Admit it. Kate’s father, Jim Steiner admits it, why can’t you?

            In fact, he says, & I quote, “We somehow or another amazingly got caught up in immigration & and Trump. We have our views on immigration & we have our view on Trump. But this is the death of my daughter.”

          • AmericanMuscle

            Typical expected liberal cop out…LMAO! Great job on spewing the leftist party line and talking points…who’s doling them out, Soros, DNC or they coming straight from Mexico?!?

            Those jurors are as un-biased, rational critical thinkers of high intellect as you! [sarc]

            The only thing correct in your post is the murderer’s name…not so with Mr. Steinle (you called him “Steiner”)! You know nothing of jurists, evidence or fire arms.

            Save your lies and misinformation propaganda, it will be a cold day in hell before I care!

          • Section Ate

            Oh, shut up, @AmericanMuscle, with the “conservative-this/liberal-that” bulls. Hit, you leftist-loser-liberal!! You’re the typical transgendered, lisp-talkin’ liberal who’s comments are by emotion & not factual!
            1. First of all, you’re wrong on the facts! A ranger irresponsibly left his loaded weapon in a part of SFRAN where parked cars are frequently targeted by thieves.
            2. Prosecutors **AND** police testified that there’s no evidence or info that Garcia Zarate stole the weapon. None. It appears you & others heard Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) wrongly claim Garcia Zarate stole the weapon & fired it multiple times, when he proposed “Kate’s Law,” to stiffen penalties for undocumented immigrants.
            3. In early-Nov., the defense presented a grainy surveillance video that captured both the shooting & what occurred on Pier 14 the hour before. 30′ before Steinle was shot, six people could be seen huddling around a swiveling metal chair. For nearly 30′, they repeatedly bent down around the base of the chair. 30′ later, Garcia Zarate sat down in the same swiveling metal chair.
            4. Video shows him reaching down, presumably to pick up the weapon. Moments later, a bullet from the gun pierced Steinle’s heart. It’s all on surveillance video!!

          • AmericanMuscle

            You magnanimously exuberant willful ignorance is on full display as is your dimwittedness! I asked you a question and you completely avoided it while exhorting and excoriating others to answer your questions…an excellent executed example of lib loonies double-standards!

            In typical standard misinformation tactics, you have only presented one fact; the “Ranger irresponsibly left their service weapon unsecured in an unoccupied vehicle”! For which I strongly believe they should be held accountable to the fullest extent of departmental policy and criminal law.

            Section Ape 🦍, go shill your lies and propaganda spin somewhere else. I would sooner believe that Harambe would have harmed the child that got him killed, than you not intentionally harming others with decidedly deceitful attempts to influence and inflict Marxism and liberalism on others and our Nation.

          • Section Ate

            You ain’t dispute not a darmn Hong I posted, you dumb. Itch, @AmericanMuscle. All u just did was critique. You ain’t dispute the facts!! Get lost, dummy.

          • Pat S.

            Here’s a question…what if that were your daughter?

            I’m sure I’ll get a silly response as that’s all your capable of.

          • Section Ate

            Bein’ you injected on behalf of @Robert Sigler, fool, you answer the question I raised first & I’d be delighted to address your dumb as. S question.

      • Dakota

        Up yours you fool

      • tedlv

        Why are you race baiting? And do you really think illegal invaders have a right to be here? Do they have a right to murder people? You’re deranged!

        • Section Ate

          Where I’m from, @tedlv, folk don’t answer questions with questions. Answer my question & I’ll be delighted to address yours. Thank you.

          • grandmother5

            What was your question? Are you referring to the 4th grade yes/no question?

          • Section Ate

            Grow up, @grandmother5, ya big dummy. If the question’s so elementary, explain why adults can’t answer it.

      • grandmother5

        Again, WTH is the matter with you? Get it in your head. Nobody, illegal, black, white, brown, racist or any “sane” person would want to murder anyone for any reason. BTW this isn’t the 4th grade taking a test with yes or no questions.

        • Section Ate

          Get lost, dummy. Again, @grandmother5, if you genuinely believe yourself, the jurors, to their credit, put aside the political noise & judged the case on its facts. They decided that the death of Kate Steinle was an accident. I believe the verdict was just.

        • Scotty

          Just block the fool. I did months ago. If everyone blocked him, he’d go away.

  • Liberius Lucanus

    Sparked national debate? Try Sparked OUTRAGE as to the politicians allowing this to happen.

  • Impaler

    The governor of California, Mayor of San Francisco and other politicians are guilty of violating federal law. If this country had any BALLS,which it does not, these politicians violating Federal law should be arrested,removed from their position and put in prison for a time so they can re think their priorities and barred from holding any government employment. As far as Garcia Zarate is concerned, Shoot him in the head and be done with it.

    • Dakota

      Very well said impaler

  • Letmesay

    What do you want to bet he is deep in Mexico right now enjoying his beans and tortillas. He probably got a free ride to the border from some SF liberal at the courthouse…😄

    • tedlv

      He’ll be back.

    • grandmother5

      I bet he’s still here. There’s a weapon charge he needs to answer for. I might add a “stolen” weapon at that.

    • Mary Hasting

      I believe he is now is they custody of ICE.

  • Sylvia Avila

    Yes, California has proven again they are Anti-American haters, and will do anything to break our Countries Laws! Time to Fine these Judges! This family deserves Justice for their loss. Hope sessions follows through with the right Justice!

  • SaidNO2Liberalism

    Arrest warrants should also be issued for the entire San Francisco local government for being an accessories to the murder of a Californian citizen.

  • Section Ate

    This effort by DoJ will fail, constitutionally. Garcia Zarate was tried under “state” law – – not “federal.” Garcia Zarate’s so-called “re-entry” is misleading ’cause Garcia Zarate NEVER physically left U.S. soil!!

    DoJ’s warrant is baseless & has no merit.

    • Jenny O

      He was tried for murder. DOJ filed a different charge.

      • Section Ate

        Again, @Jenny O, I believe DoJ’s arrest warrant, unsealed in W. District of TX, accuses Garcia Zarate of violating his supervised release; however, his “supervised release” was “state”-issue” & not “federal.”

        • Jenny O

          Again, @Section Ate. What qualifies you for deciding what the DOJ can and cannot legally do related to Zarate, who is still illegally in this country, abetted by San Francisco?

          • Section Ate

            You’re commenting strictly in emotion, @Jenny O. I premise my statement w/”I believe.” My educated opinions appear more substantive than your emotional commentary.

          • Jenny O

            No, I am not, and you would not say that to me if my pseudonym was James O.
            You are making legal assertions, and I am asking on what authority you make them. That’s called asking for an authoritative source.

          • Section Ate

            You, @Jenny O, have your opinions; I have mine. I’m flattered you consider my opinions “authoritative.”

          • Jenny O

            LOL! Never said that, but thanks for amusing me with a mental exercise in futile repartee with someone as intellectually challenged as you.

          • Section Ate

            Deliberately overlooked, @Jenny O.

        • Impaler

          Again, he then crossed state lines while also illegally in the United States. Federal violations.

          • Section Ate

            I agree, @Impaler! (You’re the first person to make the argument of “cross[ing] state lines, thus makin’ it, now, a “federal” offense!)

        • tedlv

          Crossing the US border is a federal crime.

          • Section Ate

            It’s a misdemeanor, @tedlv.

          • tedlv

            A misdemeanor is a class of crime.

          • Section Ate

            And? What’s your point, @tedlv?

    • Jenny O

      What qualifies you for announcing baseless and no merit? Are you intimately familiar with the case?

      • Section Ate

        The Roberts SCOTUS subscribes to “states'” rights, @Jenny O.

        • Jenny O

          That was not the point. I question how much you (anyone, for that matters) knows the details of what the DOJ expects to do with regard to Zarate.

          • Section Ate

            Again, @Jenny O, you’ve opinions. I’ve opinions. I’m flattered yout consider my commentary as “know[ ] the details” when all I’m doing is opining.

      • CD Ard

        Thanks for trying…..many of us blocked him/her for trolling. I can benefit from your sensible responses without having to see his/her absurd racist blather…..lol

        • Jenny O

          You’re right. Waste of time. I should block him. He amused me briefly, but now he’s boringly dishonest.

    • Impaler

      He illegally entered the United States from a foreign country and committed murder. Thats federal law,not state law.

      • Section Ate

        Garcia Zarate, did not “commit[ ] murder,” @Impaler.

        • tedlv

          Yes, he most certainly did!

          • Section Ate

            Nope. Because YOU say it’s “murder,” @tedlv, doesn’t make it true. Sorry.

        • Pat S.

          The only way I would have agreed with the jury is if you were his target.

    • Phil M. Kelley

      Thank you for your legal opinion, Professor Knowitall.

      • I. Forgot 2

        You mis spelled “Knownothing”.

      • Section Ate

        You’re welcomed, @Phil M. Kelley. If you need further assistance, please feel free to contact me.

    • grandmother5

      Come on. He has been deported 5 times and came back 5 times. How is that not leaving and coming back? So now you are a lawyer “DOJ’s warrant is baseless & has no merit”. WOW! Who knew you were so smart? I didn’t and I don’t believe it.

      • Section Ate

        YOU’RE entitled to YOUR opinions, @grandmother5.

    • Pat S.

      So your a lawyer, the DoJ should have ran this one by you.
      Look everyone we have a genius in our midst.

      • Scotty

        Lawyer my butt. He’s on Soros’s payroll. I blocked him months ago. I wish EVERYONE here would do the same. He’s a waste of time and effort.

        • Pat S.

          True he’s taking up space in the septic tank. Bad for the tank.

  • Dakota

    Do you think if we all go after the state of California in small claims court for the tax dollars each of us pay to California because they are breaking federal law at least we could swamp there court system to prove a point

    • Section Ate

      This was a jury’s decision, @Dakota – – NOT a “state” one.

      • Dakota

        Not to be a Sanctuary state California, I’m in my deer stand hunting

        • Section Ate

          Regardless, @Dakota, a “jury” decided Garcia Zarate’s fate – – NOT the “state.” Your weak argument would have limited standing had an “administrative” decision been made or even a “bench” hearing; however, that was not the case.

      • Jenny O

        Zarate should never have been in the US. He was not entitled to a jury of his peers because illegals cannot be on a jury, either. He has no citizen rights in this country.
        The way I see it, is, if California voters and the Steinle family are satisfied that justice has been served, then the rest of us are left with objecting to the failure of national security to enforce immigration–Federal juridiction.

        • Section Ate

          Other than “POW” & “enemy combatants,” **ANY** person on U.S. soil, @Jenny O, is subject to the jurisdiction of the U.S. & the individual states thereunto pertaining. It’d be wise for the U.S. Congress to address comprehensive immigration reform lest tragedies as such happen.

  • Fergus

    If you see anyone or you suspect anyone might be in the USA illegally or committing any other crimes call ICE @ ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) via the toll-free HSI Tip Line, (866) 347-2423 to report illegals and or local officials breaking US laws. OR The ICE website Report Crimes: Email or Call 1-866-DHS-2-ICE

    • Section Ate

      Describe a “suspected” undocumented person, @Fergus. It appears, you’re suggesting white people call ICE on Black & Brown people 25hrs/day & eight days/wk.

      • Jenny O

        No, that’s YOUR racist and prejudiced liberal misinterpretation.
        NOTHING in what @Fergus wrote suggests any suggest thing.

        • Section Ate

          Uh, you’re the only liberal between us, @Jenny O.

          ATTEMPT #2: Describe a “suspected” undocumented person.

          • Jenny O

            Uh, your comments suggest otherwise, @Section Ate.
            “Undocumented” is a PC liberal erroneous label for illegal border crossing. Are burglars who sneak into your home “undocumented” thieves if they neglect to leave behind their name and address?
            If someone works in a capacity that makes them aware of hiring practices and employee documentation, they will know. MVA employees would also have access. Many states/counties simply do not enforce immigration. Years ago, I have had legal immigrants ask me to report to authorities know about illegals in their community who were drug dealers. I did. They later said nothing was ever done.

          • Section Ate

            ATTEMPT #3 (@Jenny O): For the 3d time, kindly describe “how’d” you identify “suspected” undocumented persons.

            You’re avoiding addressing this. Why?

          • Jenny O

            I did tell you how.

          • I. Forgot 2

            Hey Jenny, there is no use trying to hold any form of discussion with that stupid troll. Just flag it as spam and let it die off. What we really need is to be able to flag it for aggravated stupidity.

          • Jenny O

            Very true. Thanks. It was my error for engaging with him for as long as I did, allowing him the opportunity to exhibit any semblance of intellect. I blocked him.

          • Jenny O

            If you’re quibbling about the term “suspected”, then responding to you is pointless because you’re not really interested in a viable explanation as to “how’d” anyone determine a suspected illegal. You simply want to accuse people of racism by claiming they would do so based upon how another person looks. Your entire argument assumes the premise: Anyone who is against illegals are racist who view all non-Caucasians as illegals.
            You’re the racist. My now dead husband was a legal immigrant.

          • Section Ate

            It appears you’re unable to address my inquiry, @Jenny O. Then, you needlessly interject ethnicity into this discussion. This is unfortunate.

          • Jenny O

            You’re remarkably dishonest.

          • Mary Hasting

            A dead giveaway if someone is illegal is they can’t speak English. If they need an interpreter, you can be pretty sure they are illegal.

          • Jenny O

            LOL! Simple and most often true, including they work for cash only…
            Admittedly, I have encountered foreign born legal immigrants living here for decades who never do learn English. They get by living in subcultures of their native land.

  • rinothewarlus

    ASIA FOR THE ASIANS, AFRICA FOR THE AFRICANS, WHITE COUNTRIES FOR EVERYBODY!

    Everybody says there is this RACE problem. Everybody says this RACE
    probem will be solved when the third world pours into EVERY white
    country and ONLY into white countries.

    The Netherlands and Belgium are just as crowded as Japan or Taiwan,
    but nobody says Japan or Taiwan will solve this RACE problem by bringing
    in millions of third worlderrs and quote assimilating unquote with them.

    Everybody says the final solution to this RACE problem is for EVERY
    white country and ONLY white countries to “assimilate,” i.e.,
    intermarry, with all those non-whites.

    What if I said there was this RACE problem and this RACE problem
    would be solved only if hunrdeds of millions of non-blacks were brought
    into EVERY black country and ONLY into black countries?

    How long would it take anyone to realize I’m not talking about a RACE
    problem. I am talking about the final solution to the BLACK problem?

    And how long would it take any sane black man to notice this and what kind of psycho black man wouldn’t object to this?

    But if I tell that obvious truth about the ongoing program of
    genocide against my race, the white race, Liberals and respectable
    conservatives agree that I am a naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews.

    They say they are anti-racist. What they are is anti-white.

    Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.

    • All American

      I have heard that the NFL is taking money to fight breast cancer and redirecting to fund social justice in poor black neighborhoods. I wonder why the million dollar players are not more involved to help the youth in the Democratic built areas?

      • CD Ard

        They assume men believe watching football is more important than curing their mother, sister, wife’s breast cancer. The Commissioner is as dumb as the players.

        • All American

          With you on this👍🏻another blunder that will put the NFL way down under.
          My family, friends and neighbors stopped watching the 49’ers last year. This year we watch only College because they cut kneelers from the team. High School’s are too. It’s called nipping it in the bud.
          I wonder how the NFL players will do in our real workforce next season. Hopefully for them they excelled in scholastics while in College.

    • CD Ard

      Zimbabwe. There were 3rd generation Dutch white farmers. Over 20 years ago Mugabe and his VP had them evicted and murdered claiming they had no right to own and occupy black property. Racism. The farmers had never lived elsewhere, so had no where to go…so were murdered on their farms. Zimbabwe economy went in the toilet since then…now the VP assuming Mugabes position states he wants the white farmers back to help the economy. He is a murderous despot and he incited the slash and burn policy under Mugabe. Mugabe had offered 18% interest on banking for foreigners to move there and invest. Many did, then had to flee for their lives in a few years. Never never never forget the insidious racist agenda of ‘black power’. Zimbabwe is laying the trap again.

      • Savatage (Always Deplorable)

        Wasn’t South Africa doing pretty well and booming before that whatsisname got released from prison and had all the whites and blacks peacefully intermingling again?
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        .
        Not so well these day, is it.

      • constitutiononly

        South Africa is doing the very same thing to Boer farmers who have held and farmed their lands since the 17th century. Those white Boer farmers are the kind of legal immigrants that the USA could use to keep independent farming alive.

        • Mary Hasting

          And I am betting they would assimilate into OUR culture.

    • coda alexander mars

      Your post is absolutely on target. Many are not even aware of the Kalergi plan and how its implementation has progressed in the Motherland of Europe.

  • AllAmericanTDS

    Just let him amongst the skinheads for a day.

    • Section Ate

      Oh, pa-leez, @AllAmericanTDS, skinheads are scared o’ ISIS/ISIL, for cryin’ out loud, yet alone the Mexican cartels. Give me a break.

      • Savatage (Always Deplorable)

        Cant stay away from these news sites can you.

      • AllAmericanTDS

        In your dreams muslim commenter

    • AmericanMuscle

      If only it are that easy…the Mexican gangs will probably hail him as a hero!

      Sad when law abiding folks have to look to outlaws for justice…where’s The Godfather when you need a favor? “Today this scumbag would be suffering, just like you’re suffering.”

  • Jenny O

    Right, Zarate “accidently” murdered Kate Steinle…and he “accidentally” entered our country illegally multiple times, and “accidentally” committed felonies.
    That’s right. He’s a peach…one of those upstanding, hard-working, just-seeking-a-better-life ILLEGALs.
    PLEEEASE, Sessions, get this guy.
    PLEEESE, crack down on ILLEGAL aiders and abetters–deceitfully, a.k.a “sanctuary” cities
    PLEEEASE, BUILD WALLS.
    PLEEEASE, enforce immigration laws.
    Thanks.
    Sincerely,
    An Angry American.

    • Mary Hasting

      If we truly want a crack down on these aiders of illegals and “sanctuary cities”, the everyone needs to really get on their Senators backs with calls and letters telling them we, the people, want them to vote for the Kate Steinle Law. The Senate is where this bill has been languishing for several months. It’s time for our Senators to do their job and pass it. Let’s stop funding these “sanctuary cities” and see how long they can survive.

      • constitutiononly

        I’ve been pelting Cruz and Cornyn for many months about illegal aliens. Cornyn is pro-illegal alien. Cruz bends with the wind. McConnell is a RINO, so who knows.

        • Mary Hasting

          That’s what we ALL need to do with our Senators. Keep up the good work. It probably won’t work on Cornyn, but I think Cruz might do the right thing.

      • Thomas Swartz

        If the law passes how long before one of Obama’s judges declares it illegal and stops all enforcement? Judges making law from the bench need to be impeached.

        • Mary Hasting

          Totally agree. But then it could be taken to the Supreme Court to be ruled on. These libturd Obummer judges don’t have the final say. Hopefully, we can get rid of all these libturd judges who think they can make law from the bench.

    • Tyrone

      Liberals will argue that illegals are only killing people that Americans can’t be bothered to kill.

      • Savatage (Always Deplorable)

        Genius response… LOL!

        • Tyrone

          Please share it

      • Jenny O

        LOL! Clever comparison to that tiresome liberal claim that illegals are only doing work Americans can’t be bothered to do.

        • Tyrone

          Thanks, feel free to share it

      • Scotty

        I like that. Best quote of the week!

    • aldoro

      That makes two of us.

  • landy fincannon

    Two issues.
    First: why can’t the official who denied the immigration hold be held accountable.?

    Second: why was he put on three years of supervised release?
    Forget the California drug charges , he should’ve been deported immediately.

    • wildfire1944

      That is a good question. Either deport or jail.

      • landy fincannon

        Three years at 100 dollars a month, for seeing the for five minutes. Yea, it’s about the money.

        BTW 100 was a guess.

    • Phil M. Kelley

      Deportation does no good with this guy. We have already deported him five times and he just keeps coming back up, like a bad bowl of chili. In Portland, Oregon, they just sentenced one for murder who had been deported 21 times. That’s what Kate’s Law is all about. Re-enter after being deported and you automatically get 20 years with no parole.

      • Scotty

        Deport him to death valley with no food or water. The buzzards will finish the job.

  • Rob H

    “Justice” in the San Francisco context is a misnomer.

  • Floridastorm

    I would love to see the San Francisco police try to stop the Federal Marshals from arresting him claiming that they have a right not to release him to under the sanctuary city policy. Possibly a few SF police officers need to be shot to convince that stupid city they are on the wrong side of the law. If SF persists then Sessions should federalize the national guard and send them in. He should also arrest the police chief and mayor for resisting.

    • Sir_Tanly

      I don’t think Sessions actually CAN “federalize the National Guard”. I DO think that he could make a federal matter of him ever holding a firearm. And there are probably a number of statutes that I am unaware of that would also apply.

      If nothing else and they are forced to release him, they could release him somewhere near a southern swamp.

      • Phil M. Kelley

        Hey! Are you trying to give the alligators indigestion?

  • kaiju

    Way to go Sessions. Hope you can figure out how to serve this guy the justice he deserves.
    Are you seeing this SanFran? Your justice system is filled with traitors. If Kate had been gay would the outcome have been different?

    • All American

      Or if she was moonbeams daughter for sure

    • Phil M. Kelley

      That’s Lesbian! Please get your LGBTQ designations straight here. You could offend one of he transgendered sea lions choking the Fisherman’s Pier wharves.

      • kaiju

        Ha!!! Thanks for pointing that out. Wouldn’t want to offend any LGBTQXYZ folks.

        • Savatage (Always Deplorable)

          Like I like to point out to my friends… Doesn’t matter what designation those LGBTQ’ers go by, it’s always about the “richard”, to wit:
          They can hate males, they can hate being male, they can hate being masculine… They can only want to be with women, they only want to BE a woman, they want to act and be seen AS a woman.
          But when it comes right down to it… In the bedroom.. It’s ALL about the “richard”.
          For me, the LGBTQ designation and label is not only a sham and a lie.. It’s hypocritical and bigoted to boot.

          • kaiju

            I’m a straight male, but to be politically correct I identify as a cross-dressing lesbian.

          • Savatage (Always Deplorable)

            Heh heh.. Yep, a lot of those around… We should protest and wear funny hats.

          • Mary Hasting

            AW, you guys just want to use the womens restroom. LOL

        • Scotty

          Doesn’t take much to do that. I just offended them by saying that.

  • Just A Guy

    I still can’t believe that the feds haven’t come down hard on so-called sanctuary cities. They’re violating federal law!! But then again, maybe there is no one in federal government that wants to. This is nothing more than a too little, too late token effort by swamp monster Sessions.

    • CDG

      Unfortunately, what we have seen over and over is federal judges blocking common sense policies that the Trump Administration is trying to implement. DOJ under Sessions has been trying to fix the sanctuary city problem but the court system keeps blocking him at every level. Anti Trump agenda people keep filing federal lawsuits in liberal, democratic areas. They purposely judge shop to get the verdict they want. It’s complete crap. Every federal law or policy change challenged should immediately go to the Supreme Court for review. Up or down right there. Going up each level of a cherry picked court system is slowing to a crawl any changes the Trump Administration is trying to implement.

      • kaiju

        We’ve got a bunch of trolls here that love to bash Sessions at every chance too. They have no idea what kind of mess Obama and company turned the DOJ and FBI into.

        • Huks

          I tend to agree with you kaiju.

          • I. Forgot 2

            A lot of us do.

        • Just A Guy

          Why is it when someone voices an opinion that you may not agree with you resort to name calling? That’s a liberal trait. No one is trolling here, except for maybe you. (In)Actions speak louder than words kaiju, that’s why Sessions continues to take heat. Your beef is not with people who want action, it’s with people who don’t deliver. God Gawd…grow up and act your age.

          • kaiju

            Well, I think you just proved my point, so I’ll leave it at that.

          • Mary Hasting

            I do believe you are Just A Guy who is also fed up with the way things are run in our Judicial System. However, I also think that CDG has hit the nail right square on the head. Please don’t blame Mr. Sessions for the lack of things getting accomplished. Every time anyone in the Trump Administration tries to accomplish anything good, the libturds run to their Federal Judges (who were appointed by Obama) and file injunctions to stop it. It isn’t that Mr. Sessions isn’t trying, (just like the rest of the current administration), it is that they are blocked by these swamp creatures at every turn. Liberal judges don’t interpret the Constitution, they make the laws (which is NOT their job). When we get rid of all these law-making judges and get real Constitutional Judges in place, only then can we expect a real Judicial system.

          • kaiju

            Maybe he is just a guy, but we need to be careful. Trolls have adopted a technique of pretending to support Trump while sowing doubts that anything good can happen and launching outright attacks against his key people.

          • Sir_Tanly

            I believe the term is called “concern trolling”. They act concerned. But the net takeaway from their trolls is always FUD (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt) … a war tactic used to weaken your foes confidence in success … or even survival.

          • kaiju

            Thank you clarifying that. We have several “concern trolling” among us.
            Personally I have encountered at least five different handles here that play that game. They may all be the same person, but seem to have a unusually large amount of free time, judging from the number of posts and variety of sites they visit.

          • Just A Guy

            Well…let me know when things change.

      • Just A Guy

        Lets be honest here CDG, we all liked and wanted Sessions as the AG…and that’s what we got. But the fact of the matter is he hasn’t accomplished a dammed thing of significance since he’s been in office. That’s factual and irrefutable. While I hope that he gets his act together one of these days I remain skeptical. Have a great day sir.

        • Sir_Tanly

          By strengthening the forfeiture policies, he nudged Soros into donating the bulk of his wealth to one of his foundations. Erm, $18 bn, I think. Something like that. He’s greatly increased prosecution of MS-13 which, so far, the courts aren’t inclined to block him on and he’s gotten rid of 59 Obama-era lawyers.

          That’s something. That’s actually quite a bit, considering that he’s standing knee deep in the vipers den.

          • kaiju

            Sessions is a good guy and always has been. We are infiltrated with trolls on this site who viciously attack him and other Trump appointees while pretending to support Trump. I personally think they are paid trolls who sow discouragement and launch attacks on those that are actually hurting the left.

          • Phil M. Kelley

            We do not need a “good guy” as AG. We need an ultimate cop/lawyer, a hardball player who uses his power to seek justice or at least to enable his boss’s agenda. What we have needed from the beginning is Rudy Guiliani. He did not want the job so how about Trey Gowdy?

          • kaiju

            Your boy Gowdy, didn’t want the job either. Like the way he talks, but so far it’s just talk. Sessions stepped into the line of fire and as Sir_Tanly has pointed out, has been doing some serious damage to the leftists. Not many would have done that, given the number of landmines BHO put in his department.

          • Phil M. Kelley

            I do not recall the AG position being offered to Gowdy. I could be wrong, though. Lord knows it happens every decade or so *grin*

          • kaiju

            Actually I was thinking along the same lines as you. I thought Gowdy gave a stellar performance in questioning Comey and company. He’s quick witted and got Americans up to the boiling point with the ludicrous excuses for Bill and Hill’s crimes. Was disappointed to hear he wasn’t inclined to consider the AG job, but like I said I can understand it.

        • CDG

          While I am disappointed with the slow pace of progress to date it is the basis of our system of government. Checks and balances. I’m trying to look at things (in regards to progress) over the next four years. Specifically, after the 2018 mid terms. If more pro Trump Senators and Congressman are elected then more change will happen. Ultimately, the President is Constitutionally limited to mostly Executive actions (which as we have seen even those can be challenged in court). It’s why the Obama legacy is basically Obamacare today and not much else. Trump has already rolled back most Obama Executive Actions. Have a great weekend.

          • Just A Guy

            He has indeed. That’s why he has my utmost respect. As well sir…have a great weekend.

      • Tyrone

        We need to vote for people who will actually help Trump drain the Washington Swamp.

        • CDG

          Hoping this happens during the 2018 mid terms.

    • kaiju

      According to you trolls, every good move by the government is bad too. Would you rather that Sessions hadn’t stepped in so this guy could come murder your wife or daughter. Sessions made a good move and you dog him for it. I’m highly skeptical of the motivation behind the constant attacks on Trumps top people. If you think your helping, your not.

      • Just A Guy

        Enough of your childishness. Blocked.

        • Sir_Tanly

          Flagged and blocked. Welcome to retirement.

        • wildfire1944

          Blocked

        • Scotty

          Blocked. You’re not fooling anyone.

          • Just A Guy

            Some many gullible delusionists…so little time. Good riddance. 😉

    • georgec

      They try but liberal ( Obama appointments) keep blocking every move. This was Harry Reid when he went to simple majority for a vote Yes Dems you started this first

      • TwoElks

        Federal Judges have done more harm to our nation that any group of terrorists could ever dream of doing. A shame our elected officials protect illegal aliens more than American citizens.

        • USAagainstGlobalists

          Makes them complicit. Makes them enemies by aiding and abetting. Proof that Obama appointed a cabal of American-hating communists that are dying to feel what is like to be a facist/Marxist. Yeah, that’s right… feelin’ the power. Scum. Writhe, shrieking in agony in hell.

          • kaiju

            Know where you are going with that. There is a black guy with ears that stick out and he used to be on TV almost daily. At times I thought it might almost be worth going to hell just to torment him.

    • Tyrone

      There have been too many Establishment Swamp Creatures from both sides.

      • Just A Guy

        Totally!!

    • constitutiononly

      I would like to know the process necessary to cut off all federal funding, including all welfare money, to a city. Does it have to go through Congress, or can the Secretary of HHS (useless agency/department) simply cut off the money? Can a state do it?

      • Just A Guy

        I believe that POTUS Trump can, indeed, withhold funding. However it must meet certain Constitutional criteria that you just know will be addressed by the loony left in court. I can see this becoming an issue of determining what the definition of “is” is. LOL! Here is a snippet from the Congressional Research Service, authored by Brian T. Yea, Legislative Attorney:

        “Commonly known as the Spending Clause, Article I, Section 8, Clause 1 of the U.S. Constitution has been widely recognized as providing the federal government with the legal authority to offer federal grant funds to states and localities that are contingent on the recipients engaging in, or refraining from, certain activities.

        However, the Supreme Court has articulated certain limitations on the exercise of this power. In its 1987 decision in South Dakota v. Dole, which arguably remains the leading case regarding the use of the federal government’s conditional spending power, the Court held that legislation enacted pursuant to the Spending Clause must be in pursuit of the “general welfare”.

        ”In addition, the Dole Court held that any conditions attached to the receipt of federal funds must: (1) be unambiguously established so that recipients can knowingly accept or reject them; (2) be germane to the federal interest in the particular national projects or programs to which the money is directed; (3) not violate other provisions of the Constitution, such as the First Amendment or the Due Process or Takings Clauses of the Fifth Amendment; and (4) not cross the line from enticement to impermissible coercion, such that states have no real choice but to accept the funding and enact or administer a federal regulatory program.

        The fourth of these criteria, in particular, is intended to ensure that any conditions on federal grant funds do not run afoul of the Tenth Amendment’s prohibition on the federal government’s “commandeering” of state or local governments or officials by requiring them to carry out federal programs.”