Brad Steinle, whose sister, Kate Steinle, was killed by an illegal immigrant, said on "The Kelly File" that he and his family are upset with the White House's response to yesterday's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on illegal immigration.

Steinle's father and others who have lost family members to illegal immigrants were calling for stronger enforcement of U.S. immigration law, including Bill O'Reilly's petition for "Kate's Law," which would crack down on aggravated felons who are deported and come back to the U.S.

"It's narrow. It's black and white. We're just trying to keep felons off the street and keep Americans safe," Steinle told Megyn Kelly. "And it doesn't go much further than that."

Steinle also revealed that they've waited for weeks for a call from President Obama, but haven't heard anything.

Megyn Kelly pointed out that birth control activist Sandra Fluke received a call from Obama after Rush Limbaugh called her a nasty name, but the president can't find the time to call the grieving Steinle family.

"They don't see Kate. They don't see her death as something that's meaningful," Steinle said. "But we're going to keep pushing. We're going to keep on trying to find like-minded people that understand what we're trying to accomplish."

"And we're trying to keep people from having to deal with what we're dealing with today."

Watch the "Kelly File" clip above.


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