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WH spox points at GOP after murder by 5-time deportee who took asylum in sanctuary city

By Doug Powers  •  July 7, 2015 12:15 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

The White House press briefing room has been officially declared a sanctuary city for shameless liars. People’s Exhibit A: Josh Earnest:

The White House on Monday defended its immigration policies and blasted Republicans following the killing of a San Francisco woman — allegedly by an illegal immigrant.

When asked if the case was a failure of the administration’s enforcement policies, White House press secretary Josh Earnest chided Republicans for blocking a bipartisan immigration bill that would have boosted funding for border security.

“I recognize that people want to play politics with this,” Earnest said. “The fact is the president has done everything within his power to make sure that we’re focusing our law enforcement resources on criminals and those who pose a threat to public safety.”

Kathryn Steinle, 32, was shot and killed Wednesday at a popular tourist destination in San Francisco. The suspect, Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, had multiple felony convictions and had been deported to Mexico five times.

The man has admitted to the killing, and said he chose San Francisco because it’s a sanctuary city. In case Earnest isn’t aware, the idea of sanctuary cities isn’t big with Republicans.

Naturally, the network newscasts ignored the real story and focused instead on… Donald Trump.

In Arizona, a drunk driver who had been deported six times hit a mother and her two young kids, severely injuring them. We’ll wait and see if Earnest can find a way to blame Republicans for this.

If Earnest was trying to say the border isn’t secure because of Republicans, he should first clue in Harry Reid:

**Written by Doug Powers

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