The father of a young man who was murdered by an illegal immigrant appeared on "Fox and Friends Weekend" today to share his frustration with President Obama's immigration policies.

Jamiel Shaw's 17-year-old son was gunned down in 2008 by an illegal immigrant who had just been released from jail the day before.

Shaw said to Pete Hegseth that it's "mind-boggling" that Obama can speak out about incidents in Baltimore and Ferguson, but remain silent on murders committed by illegal immigrants, such as those of his son and Kate Steinle.

"Everyone’s not for illegal immigration," Shaw said. "So if he’s gonna force it down our throats with executive orders, the least he can do is make sure no one is murdered by illegal aliens."

"He should ask himself, he should soul-search himself and say what would he do if someone murdered his child?" Shaw said. "What would he expect from politicians, from the government, if his child was murdered? And then maybe he would get more of an understanding."

Watch the "Fox and Friends Weekend" interview above.


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