Thursday, October 22, 2015

Fox’s Bill O’Reilly was outraged this week when Senate Republicans failed to get legislation passed that would cut funding to Obama’s precious “sanctuary cities.”

The legislation was called “Kate’s Law,” and it was named after Kate Steinle, the young woman who was killed at random by an illegal alien who had been deported from the U.S. five times. Her law would have required a mandatory five-year prison term for deported illegals who return to the U.S.

Senate Democrats teamed up with one Republican, Mark Kirk (Illinois), to block the law. According to IJ Review, O’Reilly was enraged by this and he annihilated congress during his “Talking Points” segment.

Here’s what O’Reilly had to say:

“We are a nation of laws no longer. We saw that Wednesday in the Senate as 44 Democrats and one Republican voted against defunding sanctuary cities as well as punishing illegal alien felons who defy deportation. 45 senators failed to uphold federal law, violating their oath of office. Where is the outrage?”

The Fox host added that it’s time for Americans to DEMAND change:

“There comes a point where the American people are going to have to take back their government. When a 32-year-old woman can be gunned down by an illegal felon who had been deported five times, and you can’t get a strict law punishing illegal alien felons passed, when that happens, you don’t have a functioning government.”

Finally, he issued a warning to Kirk, who betrayed all Republicans:

“Now I want you to tell Senator Mark Kirk, a Republican from Illinois, that he better wise up. He was the lone Republican who voted against defunding sanctuary cities and Kate’s Law. He better wise up, this man, all right? I’m coming after him unless he changes his mind.”

What do you think about what he had to say? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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