Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) said the “not guilty” verdict in the Kate Steinle murder trial, in which Jose Garcia Zarate, a five-time deportee and seven-time felon, shot and killed the 32-year-old woman in sanctuary city San Francisco, was “an outrage.” Partial transcript as follows: VARNEY: I want to talk to you about the Steinle case and how it might relate to building a wall. You’re a Congressman from Texas. The wall’s on the front of the border, right. Surely this adds impetus, does it? Build the wall. GOHMERT: Oh, absolutely. Stuart, it adds all kinds of impetus for us to do all kinds of things. The wall is just a starter; and, thank God we elected a president that wants to do something about it –that’s the only good news I can see out of this … how a jury could come down like they did is absolutely astounding. I had thousands of felony cases come to my court, when I was a felony judge, and juries can sometimes surprise you; but, this is such an outrage! Just as you just heard –especially when they even said ‘no’ to any kind of homicide. It didn’t even require intent, just negligence.