Friday, June 22, 2018

White supremacy and the Trump administration

Stephen Miller

White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller has been one of the driving forces behind the Trump administration’s policy of separating immigrant children from their families, according to The New York Times and The Washington Post.

Miller, 32, was a staffer to Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions before Sessions became attorney general. Miller’s considered an author of the administration’s first attempt at a travel ban. Now Miller is reportedly leading the charge to implement more anti-immigration policies over the coming months, ranging from restricting visas for temporary agricultural workers to collecting the biometric information of visitors to the United States.

Miller, who grew up in Santa Monica, California, has been connected to white nationalist ideas since his college days as an undergraduate at Duke University.

A member of the Duke Conservative Union, Miller worked with classmate Richard Spencer, who would eventually become the de facto face of the white supremacist movement...

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At 5:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So this Jewish man coming from an immigrant family is now a white supremist? Does he drive around with a noose in his trunk or is his strategy out of "Hitler's playbook?"


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