Rep Ilhan Omar: Stephen Miller Is A White Nationalist

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White Nationalists would take issue having a Jew called a "White Nationalist".
Perhaps, unless he was actively supporting their causes:

If You Are Defending Stephen Miller, You Are an Ally of Anti-Semitism

He's one repulsive human being. Richard Spencer seems to like him quite a bit:

White Nationalist Leader Says He’s Friends With Jewish Trump Adviser

More here if you can stomach it:

Meet Stephen Miller, the 33-year-old White House adviser who was reportedly behind Kirstjen Nielsen's abrupt resignation

Walks like a duck. Talks like a duck. Probably a duck.
 
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Here we go again... leftists misusing terminology in a slanderous manner yet if you use actual terms in the correct way they are the first to cry hate speech.

The hypocrisy of the new american left knows no bounds.
 
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Stephen Miller Is an Immigration Hypocrite. I Know Because I’m His Uncle.

Let me tell you a story about Stephen Miller and chain migration.

It begins at the turn of the 20th century, in a dirt-floor shack in the village of Antopol, a shtetl of subsistence farmers in what is now Belarus. Beset by violent anti-Jewish pogroms and forced childhood conscription in the Czar’s army, the patriarch of the shack, Wolf-Leib Glosser, fled a village where his forebears had lived for centuries and took his chances in America.


He set foot on Ellis Island on January 7, 1903, with $8 to his name. Though fluent in Polish, Russian and Yiddish, he understood no English. An elder son, Nathan, soon followed. By street corner peddling and sweatshop toil, Wolf-Leib and Nathan sent enough money home to pay off debts and buy the immediate family’s passage to America in 1906. That group included young Sam Glosser, who with his family settled in the western Pennsylvania city of Johnstown, a booming coal and steel town that was a magnet for other hardworking immigrants. The Glosser family quickly progressed from selling goods from a horse and wagon to owning a haberdashery in Johnstown run by Nathan and Wolf-Leib to a chain of supermarkets and discount department stores run by my grandfather, Sam, and the next generation of Glossers, including my dad, Izzy. It was big enough to be listed on the AMEX stock exchange and employed thousands of people over time. In the span of some 80 years and five decades, this family emerged from poverty in a hostile country to become a prosperous, educated clan of merchants, scholars, professionals, and, most important, American citizens.

I have watched with dismay and increasing horror as my nephew, an educated man who is well aware of his heritage, has become the architect of immigration policies that repudiate the very foundation of our family’s life in this country.

I shudder at the thought of what would have become of the Glossers had the same policies Stephen so coolly espouses— the travel ban, the radical decrease in refugees, the separation of children from their parents, and even talk of limiting citizenship for legal immigrants — been in effect when Wolf-Leib made his desperate bid for freedom. The Glossers came to the U.S. just a few years before the fear and prejudice of the “America first” nativists of the day closed U.S. borders to Jewish refugees. Had Wolf-Leib waited, his family likely would have been murdered by the Nazis along with all but seven of the 2,000 Jews who remained in Antopol. I would encourage Stephen to ask himself if the chanting, torch-bearing Nazis of Charlottesville, whose support his boss seems to court so cavalierly, do not envision a similar fate for him.
Pretty bad when your own uncle has harsh words for you, not to mention your rabbi.