Kathryn Steinle

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Iconic Kathryn Steinle portrait

Kathryn Steinle (December 13, 1982 – July 1, 2015) was the 32-year-old female that was murdered by illegal immigrant felon Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez at San Francisco's Pier 14. The news of her death made international headlines following Donald Trump's call to build a wall on the border to protect Americans from criminals entering the country. Lopez-Sanchez was homeless and had been deported five times, only to return and commit murder. Incidentally, the liberal politicians' treasured Sanctuary City policy enabled the death of Steinle.

Steinle's needless death showed how completely out of touch the Establishment politicians from both parties, including Barack Obama, are causing untold problems for society by advocating open borders lawlessness.