Obama’s silence on Kathryn Steinle killing is deafening

Guess it’s not yet time for a “conversation” on this subject

WASHINGTON POST
by Marc A. Thiessen
July 13, 2015

After Trayvon Martin was killed, President Obama spoke emotionally about his death, declaring “this could have been my son.” After Michael Brown was killed, Obama promised to ensure that “justice is done” and declared: “We lost a young man, Michael Brown, in heartbreaking and tragic circumstances. He was 18 years old. His family will never hold Michael in their arms again.” He even sent administration officials to attend Brown’s funeral. After Freddie Gray was killed, Obama walked out to the Rose Garden and declared: “We have some soul-searching to do. This has been going on for a long time. This is not new, and we shouldn’t pretend that it’s new.” But after Kathryn Steinle was killed July 1, allegedly by an illegal immigrant with seven felony convictions, Obama said . . . nothing. No promises of “justice.” No calls for “soul-searching.” His silence has been deafening. READ MORE

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