Absolutely gobsmacking. And nauseating.
Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, a.k.a. Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, the illegal alien, five-time deportee, and seven-time convicted felon who killed 32-year-old American Kate Steinle in July 2015, was sentenced to time served on Friday after being convicted in November of possession of a firearm by a felon.
Zarate was acquitted of the murder and assault charges he faced, in what critics called an example of jury nullification in the politically-charged case.
Zarate was sentenced to three years in state prison, but “will be on parole for 48 months and will remain in custody to face federal charges,” according to Fox News. Those federal charges include weapons and immigration offenses.
Another cold, hard slap in the face for her poor grieving parents, for whom it should have been more than enough to have lost their lovely daughter to a vicious, predatory animal who shouldn’t have been here in the first place after his first half a dozen deportations. “Sanctuary cities”? Not for decent, sane people, they ain’t.
This is a truly monstrous flouting of anything one might remotely consider justice, and crosses the line from “stupid and insensitive” right over into outright evil. But the only interest the sick toads responsible have in justice is in destroying it. It’s the only conclusion any rational person could possibly reach. And I’ll say it once more, not that it will ever have the smallest impact on any fool so far gone in dementia as to be unperturbed by this sorry saga: nobody—NOBODY—has any “right” to enter this country in defiance of the laws and procedures established to manage immigration. Period fucking dot.
Trump was right to propose his “big beautiful wall,” just as he was right to threaten yanking all federal funds from “sanctuary” cities and states. I hope he follows through on it, just as I hope that the next victim of a violent attack by an illegal alien is one or more of the oxygen thieves behind this atrocity. I guess their act of extreme violence against the very concept of justice makes sense in a way, seeing as how they damned well better hope their ain’t none in this world.