Stephen Miller has always been an odd duck. His radical prejudices came through even in high school. Now, we discover that as one of the president’s top advisers, he authored Donald Trump’s horrific and inhumane immigration project that puts babies, infants, and children in black sites. People were not happy.
Surprisingly, Miller, 32, grew up in a Jewish family, and his great-grandfather was an immigrant fleeing persecution. Trump’s wunderkind said it was legal, but there was no such thing as illegal immigration when his family came across the Atlantic from Belarus.
Immigration protesters converged upon Miller’s million-dollar plus condo in downtown Washington, D.C. The group of approximately 20 protesters said they were “concerned D.C. residents,” according to USA TODAY. One bystander caught them on Twitter chanting:
‘Say it loud, say it clear: immigrants are welcome here,” shouts a group of about a dozen people outside Stephen Miller’s apartment building in DC. #civility.’
They marched to Trump’s adviser’s building, handing out fliers to people as they went. Bystander Sue Udry said:
‘I think humans have the right to privacy, but as a public figure, his actions and policies affect people in their homes and in their lives.’
One of the protesters’ organizers, Jesse Rabinowitz, was critical of Trump’s cold-hearted zero tolerance immigration policy told USA TODAY:
‘As long as Stephen Miller and the Trump regime terrorize black and brown communities, penalize immigrants and ban Muslims, they will be met with frequent displays of public anger and moral outrage.’
One of Miller’s neighbors, John Michael Gonzalez, was happy to see the protesters:
‘I believe in what they’re doing. It’s terrible what the administration’s doing to children and their parents. They’ve left their countries fleeing persecution … the first thing they (immigration officials) do is take their children from them.’
Featured Image via Getty Images/Mandel Ngan.