I am utterly dumbfounded, virtually speechless. I had already advised everyone I know that however bad you imagined things could get, I guarantee it will get worse and worse and worse. Now we see this monster, this Nazi, and we can see precisely what is happening. I do not need to spell it out—Stephen Miller can do that for me.
Miller was the most despised student at his Santa Monica high school—any surprise there? Well just in case you cannot immediately spot a virulently odious human being, let me give you some more pointers.
People who knew Miller in middle school said he was a bigot back then and expressly ended childhood friendships with Latino students over their ethnicity. “I can’t be your friend any more because you are Latino,” Jason Islas says he was told by Miller the summer before they began high school. In fact, in an amazing piece of investigative journalism from Univision, they uncovered instance after instance of bigotry, xenophobia, and homophobia from throughout Miller’s time as a student at Santa Monica High School. Because it was simply not that long ago, witnesses and documents have been relatively easy to find.
Students said he ended all relationships with any non-white students that “he used to make fun of the children of Latino and Asian immigrants who did not speak English well.” Not only that, but in his own writings uncovered by Univision, he regularly complained about the rights and privileges of Muslim students, LGBT students, and particularly Latino students—who made up over 30% of his school—the largest school in the district. The very existence of a gay club spooked him. He could not believe that the school invited a Muslim guest speaker.
This universal loathing continued after high school:
“He’s the most sanctimonious student I think I ever encountered,” said John Burness, Duke’s former senior vice president of public affairs and government relations. “He seemed to be absolutely sure of his own views and the correctness of them, and seemed to assume that if you were in disagreement with him, there was something malevolent or stupid about your thinking. Incredibly intolerant.”
Stephen Miller worked for Jeff Sessions. Most people recognize Jeff Sessions as racist. Now we have more proof of that. Obviously Jeff Sessions has no problem with this creep.
In the White House right now, serving as Chief Policy Adviser, is a young, inexperienced bigot whose racist roots go back to his childhood. Another student, Natalie Flores, said Miller had “an intense hatred toward people of color, especially toward Latinos.” Yet another student, Charles Gould, who attended elementary through high school with Stephen Miller, called him “an unabashed racist.” Gould continued, “he was constantly making disparaging remarks about the African American, Latino, and Asian students at our school.” Multiple former classmates, including professional baseball player Cody Decker, have all spoken of how Miller was booed off of stage “by 4,000 students” when he was running for class president. In the speech, Miller alluded to how students should not have to pick up their own trash or clear their own cafeteria plates, because the cafeteria workers, who were almost exclusively black and Latino, should do it for them.
The more I look at this guy, the more incited I get. If too many Americans became like this, if this is face of America, who would not want to punch it in the face? How can this be the good guy? What type of Soldier would want die for America—protecting this mans vision, this man’s Voldemort visage? America would finally have to grapple with a simple question:
Below, Stephen Miller has a moment of introspection:
What the hell is the point of trying to tackle ISIS, to take an extreme version of bad guy, if you cannot even gather the moral authority indicative of any shred of decency. This is not the grey area between good and evil—this is just plain evil. Well this kid is all grown up now, and apparently no one has torn him to shreds. Thus he has found his home, his comfort zone—he is a linchpin of Stupidparty land, he is in the White House, in with the Klan, and he gets to play being an even creepier adult. His dreams have come true.
On February 12, 2017, Miller appeared on CBS’ Face the Nation, where he criticized the federal courts for blocking Trump’s travel ban, stating: “…we have a judiciary that has taken far too much power and become, in many cases, a supreme branch of government. … [O]ur opponents, the media and the whole world will soon see as we begin to take further actions, that the powers of the president to protect our country are very substantial and will not be questioned.” Miller’s assertion was met with criticism from legal experts, such as Ilya Shapiro of the Cato Institute (who said that the administration’s comments could undercut public confidence in the judiciary) and Cornell Law School professor Jens David Ohlin (who said that the statement showed “an absurd lack of appreciation for the separation of powers” set forth in the Constitution). In the same appearance, Miller made unsubstantiated accusations that there was significant voter fraud in the 2016 presidential election and that “thousands of illegal voters were bused in” to New Hampshire; independent investigations into such claims have determined them to be false. Miller refused to provide any evidence in support of his accusations.
Only a very sick mind cannot be offended by this. The fact that the White House has allowed this representation is proof of very sick minds in the White House. The White House is now America’s biggest enemy—by far. Do you really need more…?
Well Stephen Colbert has more—for it will be endless…
All Trumpeteers must suffer eternal shame and humiliation—because everyone with half a brain knew that Trump was totally unfit for the job. If Stephen Miller is your man, then you know precisely what you represent, what you would be doing in Nazi Germany.