The American people are still tearing up at the thought of Kate Steinle who was murdered by an illegal immigrant. Some people in Philadelphia are criticizing their mayor, Jim Kenney, for not dismantling the sanctuary city status after a child was raped by an illegal immigrant because the Philadelphia system was not allowed to send him packing to ICE. Here we are again, with yet another illegal immigrant completely destroying the life of an innocent girl, named Mollie Tibbetts, by murdering her and leaving her body in a cornfield to rot while her loving family and friends have their entire lives turned upside down.
All of this would have been preventable had there been stronger immigration laws, perhaps even a big beautiful border wall, much like other places on the planet – even some of our own front yards. How many people have a fence to keep people off their lawn? This is not much different. Yet here we are with a nation who is absolutely distraught over the illegal immigrant murdering a college girl whose life was bright and ahead of her.
Is this the America we want it to be? Or do we want to be the land of laws in which everyone is held accountable to the same rules and responsibilities? This man broke into our country, should have been stopped and this senseless murder could have been prevented. It wasn’t.
President Trump isn’t happy with it either. Trump slapped back hard in action for Mollie Tibbetts and the tragedy that has struck the nation. He and other big notable political figures have spoken out in support of Mollie and her family, as well as striking hard for the need of stronger immigration laws.
The Daily Mail reported the following and there’s a video below to show more:
“President Trump was among the first to turn talk about the tragedy of Mollie Tibbetts’ murder to calls for tighter immigration laws on Tuesday after it was revealed the 20-year-old Iowa student was murdered by an illegal alien.
“According to police, Mexican national Cristhian Rivera, 24, has been living in Iowa and working illegally for anywhere between four and seven years. His attorney Allan M. Richards stated in a court document filed Wednesday that an employer has said Rivera was in the U.S. legally.