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the Nazi in the White House

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  • Liberal Democrat
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    Stephen Miller has been "under the radar" lately, but he is a truly evil man:

    https://tohell-andback.blogspot.com/2019/04/the-nazi-in-white-houe.html

  • Liberal Democrat
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    Name one trump appointee who isn't evil or loyal to him.
  • Independent
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    that guy in AZ Wrote:

    Stephen Miller has been "under the radar" lately, but he is a truly evil man:

    https://tohell-andback.blogspot.com/2019/04/the-nazi-in-white-houe.html

    Yes I wrote about that as well ; reading your "attachment" it gives me the shills; My Dad got murdered at Neuengamme in 1943; I finally got the hand written paperwork from the Netherlands.

    The thing what gets me that at present people here have forgotten what happened in Germany; Miller is extremely dangerous as is the whole Trump regime.

  • Liberal Democrat
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    Arizona -- Thanks for sharing your blog spot on Stephen Miller. Excellent research. Yes I agree he is an "evil man" as we learned right away when Trump brought him into his campaign in January 2016. I looked again at his early life and tried to find something that "radicalized" him. I suspect his embrace of fascism is more a product of his DNA and parental upbringing rather than anything identifiable in his early life. Just reading a book is not enough to convert a person, but it can enhance and solidify a person's political persuasion that was already there.

    Whatever, in the absence of other "adults in the room", Stephen Miller is now the most influential and very dangerous person guiding Trump's policies. Jared Kushner is seemingly relegated to the closet brigade.

  • Liberal Democrat
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    The Daily Caller reported today that the House is investigating Miller's involvement in the DHS shake up. Since the Trump administration is not cooperating on ANY of the other investigations, it is going to be a while before Miller is "strung up and hung out to dry."

    https://dailycaller.com/2019/04/26/democrats-dhs-miller-house/

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    that guy in AZ Wrote:

    The Daily Caller reported today that the House is investigating Miller's involvement in the DHS shake up. Since the Trump administration is not cooperating on ANY of the other investigations, it is going to be a while before Miller is "strung up and hung out to dry."

    https://dailycaller.com/2019/04/26/democrats-dhs-miller-house/

    I hope it will be an "trial" like in Nurenburg after WWII
  • Liberal Democrat
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    The current administration is far from the only one hat has taken a hard line on immigration.

    One of the earliest examples is probably the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, which declared that Chinese immigrants were ineligible for naturalization. The act was not repealed until 1943, just after we started the Japanese internet project.

    https://www.history.com/topics/immigration/chinese-exclusion-act-1882

    Executive order 9066 established the policy of Japanese internment in 1942, and it lasted until 1945:

    https://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/japanese-american-relocation

    Today marks the anniversary of yet another stab at limiting immigration.

    On this day in 1924, president Calvin Coolidge signed the Immigration Act of 1924.

    https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/coolidge-signs-stringent-immigration-law

    Many Americans saw the enormous influx of largely unskilled, uneducated immigrants during the early 1900s as causing unfair competition for jobs and land.

    The Japanese government viewed the American law as an insult, and protested by declaring May 26 a national day of humiliation in Japan. The law fanned anti-American sentiment in Japan, inspiring a Japanese citizen to commit suicide outside the American embassy in Tokyo in protest.? As a result, the seeds of WWII were actually sown in 1924.

    Under the new law, immigration remained open to those with a college education and/or special skills, but entry was denied to Mexicans, and disproportionately to Eastern and Southern Europeans and Japanese. At the same time, the legislation allowed for more immigration from Northern European nations such as Britain, Ireland and Scandinavian countries.

    Remember Operation Wetback?

    https://www.britannica.com/topic/Operation-Wetback

    Trump's latest immigration plan gives preference to people with a college education and/or special skills, which ignores that fact that we REALLY need a lot more unskilled immigrants picking our lettuce crops, which are rotting in the field.

    When Trump was criticizing the "shit hole" countries, he was wondering why we did not get more immigrants from Norway. He likely wouldn't understand that people from Norway now consider the United States to be a "shit hole country" now that he is president, and that more people immigrate from here to Norway than the reverse. Ironically enough, Norway was once considered to be a "shit hole" country.

    https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2018/01/12/577673191/trump-wishes-we-had-more-immigrants-from-norway-turns-out-we-once-did

    The year that Coolidge signed the Immigration Act also happened to be one of the peak years for the KKK in America. At its peak in the 1920's, 15% of our population (around 5 million men) belonged to the KKK. One of them was Fred Trump.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ku_Klux_Klan

    Presidents McKinley, Wilson, Harding, and Truman were also members.

    https://www.britannica.com/topic/Operation-Wetback

    Wilson was known as a virulent racist and actually helped Klan membership skyrocket by providing screenings of The Clansman and Birth of a Nation for members of his Cabinet, Congress, and the Supreme Court.

    Calvin Coolidge was a well known and active Klan member who allowed cross lightings on the Capital steps and also reviewed the giant Klan parades of 1925 and 1926 that were held in Washington D.C..

    History of the Democratic Party on their website conveniently leaves out party history from 1848 to 1900, avoiding publication of information related to the party’s racist roots. Understanding the past is a vital part of not repeating mistakes in the future, and

  • Independent
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    Arizona, excellent. For many Americans this "truth"' hurts.
  • Liberal Democrat
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    It wasn't long ago that Trump effectively appointed Stephen Miller as his "immigration czar". Like virtually all of Trump's officials, he did not last very long in his position.

    Yesterday, Trump called Thomas Homan out of retirement to be the "immigration czar". Truth be told, he really is not much of an improvement over Miller.

    Here are a few key phrases from the article listed below:

    Homan has a controversial reputation. Under his leadership, border arrests during the Obama administration surged. In 2016, The Washington Post began a profile of Homan: “Thomas Homan deports people. And he’s really good at it.”

    Later, he defended the Trump administration’s policy of separating families at the border, telling Fox News the month that he retired that “you’d have to put the blame on the parents.”

    After leaving the Trump administration, Homan joined Fox News as a contributor.

    Trump announced the appointment during a phone interview with FOX.

    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/06/14/trump-names-thomas-homan-former-acting-ice-chief-border-czar.html

    No word yet on what role Stephen Miller will continue to play on immigration, but (ideally) it will be more limited than it is now.

    A few sentences from his bio paint a very good picture of Miller's character:

    Tapper accused Miller of dodging questions, while Miller questioned the legitimacy of CNN as a news broadcaster, and as the interview became more contentious, with both participants talking over each other, Tapper ended the interview and continued to the next news story.[71][72][73] After the interview was over Miller refused to leave the CNN studio and had to be escorted out by security.[74]

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