If “Jewish pressure” can prevent a private civil rights organization from giving out an award, shouldn’t that pressure be applied to Stephen Miller?
Stephen Miller sounded every bit like an unhinged far right-wing culture warrior.
“Of all the cover-up options, spray-on is THE WORST. Even worse than utilizing Michael Cohen. #BaldIsBeautiful,” Michael Avenatti tweeted.
Protesters played drums and threw biodegradable confetti while chanting “Stephen Miller, what a villain, locking up immigrant children.”
President Trump’s loyalists have changed American politics (for better or worse).
Remembering how stoking fears of immigration helped his 2016 presidential run, Trump looked to Miller these last two weeks for help.
Without HIAS there might be no Google, ‘Lolita,’ or ‘That 70’s Show.’
“He would pour the glue on his arm, let it dry, peel it off and then eat it,” she said. “He was a strange dude.”
Miller’s family started the job, and now his elementary school teacher is back to finish it.
He advocated for cutting the number of refugees allowed in the U.S. to the lowest level in 40 years.