As Twitchy reported Thursday evening, illegal immigrant Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was found not guilty of murder or manslaughter in the 2015 shooting death of Kate Steinle in San Francisco.

Not surprisingly, a new makeshift memorial to Steinle soon appeared on Pier 14. As The Washington Post reported in its “Morning Mix” Sunday:

Back at Pier 14 in San Francisco, where Steinle was shot in 2015, tall and short white candles were lined up neatly around and on a wooden bench. A picture of a smiling Steinle is taped on a white poster and surrounded by handwritten messages.

“You’re not here because somebody who wasn’t supposed to be was,” one wrote.

Right below Steinle’s picture: “Build the Wall.”

The memorial was created by white nationalists, according to local media reports.

Well, apparently white nationalists were the only ones upset by the verdict, don’t you know. Check out this tweet linking to the story:

“White nationalists angered by Mexican immigrant’s acquittal.” Oh, and pretty much the rest of the country as well.

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