The parents of Kate Steinle, who was murdered by an illegal alien, reflected on their daughter’s life in an interview with Bill O’Reilly.
The parents of the 32-year-old woman whose murder by a previously deported illegal alien has revived the debate over sanctuary cities reflected on her legacy in an emotional, exclusive interview with Bill O’Reilly Monday.
Kate Steinle’s parents, Jim Steinle and Liz Sullivan, described her final moments, including her last words, “Help me, Dad.” They hope that their daughter’s legacy could be found in a newly proposed legislation, Kate’s Law, which O’Reilly has championed in an online petition.
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Kate Steinle’s brother also made a bold statement about San Francisco’s sanctuary city policy in his interview with Megyn Kelly.
KELLY: I know you’re not a political man. And you don’t come from a political family. You were not giving thought to sanctuary cities and so on prior to this event. What is your position on San Francisco’s sanctuary city policy now?
STEINLE: Well, I’m a firm believer in the American dream. And I believe that people that come here and striving to make a better life for. And provide a better life for their families, I think that’s a great thing. But the fact that San Francisco has this overreaching policy that essentially rolled out the red carpet for a convicted felon, a dangerous person and said, come into my city. We’ll extend our arms and, you know, come stay here. You know, this is a place where you can do no wrong. And, you know, what the sheriff has said, regarding the fact that they’ve done nothing wrong. I would like him to look me in the eye and tell me that there is no blame to be put on this policy. It is ridiculous.