An outraged Megyn Kelly blasted President Obama for using the deaths of young black men to make political points, but ignoring Kathryn Steinle's murder by a five-time illegal deportee in San Francisco because her death "wasn't deemed worthy." "There's no excuse for it! He picks and chooses the victims he wants to highlight," she said angrily.

"When asked repeatedly this week to speak to this case, White House spokesman Josh Earnest declined to weigh in, other than to refer folks to the Department of Homeland Security," Kelly said on her Fox News show Thursday. "A stark contrast to what we saw after Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson, Missouri, a man we now know was attacking a police officer at the time of his death."

"His funeral saw three Obama officials in attendance," she said. "His death drew comments from President Obama personally, and the administration also sent in the DOJ and 40 FBI agents dispatched to Missouri after Michael Brown was killed. Where is the swarm of agents in San Francisco?"

"Then there was Freddie Gray in Baltimore, a repeat drug offender who was killed in police custody," Kelly said. "Here again his funeral was attended by three Obama administration officials, and again the president spoke personally to Freddie Gray's death, and again sent the DOJ in to investigate."

"When Trayvon Martin was killed in Florida, the president spoke to his death which was later ruled to be in self-defense," Kelly said. "But Kate Steinle?"

"Nothing. No comments," a heated Kelly said. "No swarm of FBI agents, no DOJ investigation – nothing. Why?"

"The silence from President Obama is absolutely deafening," said Marc Thiessen, a former speech writer for George W. Bush. "[A] woman is killed by a criminal alien and all of a sudden the president is tongue tied ... in all of those other cases, he had liberal policy points that he wanted to make: about gun control, about police bias, about racial profiling. In this case he has no policy points he wants to make because the policies he supports are the ones that got this woman killed."

Liberal talk show host Richard Fowler said he disagreed with 90 percent of what Thiessen said and that Obama is "outraged" Congress hasn't passed immigration reform.

"Where is the comment on Kate Steinle's death?" asked an impatient Kelly. "Where is the comment about Kate Steinle's murder?"

"[W]e have a broken immigration system … If we had fixed our immigration system we wouldn't be here today," said Fowler.

"Where is his comment on her murder?" said Kelly, growing angry.

"Her murder wouldn't have happened …" he began.

"Stop that! Stop that! Stop that! Answer my question, please," an infuriated Kelly spat out. "I'm asking you, give an answer. You can't! … There's no excuse for it. He picks and chooses the victims he wants to highlight. And apparently, this victim wasn't deemed worthy."

Theissen reiterated that the reason Obama has said nothing is because he is a supporter of sanctuary cities that shelter illegal immigration from Federal deportation authorities. The man who allegedly murdered Steinle was released by San Francisco under their sanctuary city policy even though ICE had requested that he be detained.

Fowler tried to pivot back to fixing "the broken immigration system" and argue that Republicans haven't increased funds for border control.

"Don't dodge," said Kelly. "That's a dodge. Support what you just said, Richard."

"Stop, stop, stop it!" Kelly shouted. "... You keep making these assertions and then you dance off to the sidelines. … You said the president doesn't support sanctuary city policies. What do you base that on?"

"I base it on the fact that if we had comprehensive immigration reform there would be no need for sanctuary cities," Fowler said. "And I'm pretty sure the White House would tell you the same thing tonight. ... and we got rid of the 11 million people who live in the shadows, there would be no need for sanctuary cities."

Kelly cited ICE chief Sarah Saldana being forced to back track her March testimony to Congress that ICE needed the cooperation of local cities on deportations as proof that "this administration is fine with sanctuary cities."