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Slimy Stephen Miller Finds It ‘Deeply Insulting’ to Say that the Trump Admin Border Policy Was ‘Inhumane’


Without compassion for misery or suffering; cruel.

Stephen Miller wants you to know that he finds it deeply insulting to describe what he and the Trump administration did as “inhumane.”

We find it deeply insulting that Stephen Miller thinks he can play the American people like this and we find it deeply concerning that about 40% of the country will agree with what Miller says. Actually, words cannot express our anger. Perhaps prison sentences could.

With the Trump administration, the cruelty was the entire point. Trump himself has come awfully close to admitting it out loud. He took pride in the “Wall” thing because it was a giant symbol, “We are better than you, you are like animals,” we are talking about a person who wanted some kind of moat filled with alligators and snakes. Cruelty was the entire point.

Stephen Miller has been said to be the point man on the child separation policy. Wiki would be a triple-checked authority on the policy:

The Trump administration family separation policy was an aspect of US President Donald Trump’s immigration policy. The policy was presented to the public as a “zero tolerance” approach intended to deter illegal immigration and to encourage tougher legislation. It was officially adopted across the entire US–Mexico border from April 2018 until June 2018.

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Under the policy, federal authorities separated children and infants from parents or guardians with whom they had entered the US. The adults were prosecuted and held in federal jails or deported, and the children were placed under the supervision of the US Department of Health and Human Services. A 2021 review done by the Biden administration found that more than 1,400 parents were ultimately deported without their children. 

You would think that would be enough, correct? But no, and as you read, just know that Stephen Miller finds it deeply offensive if you think this is inhumane:

In January 2019, the administration acknowledged that thousands more children may have been separated from their families than the previously reported figure of 2,737, with officials uncertain of the exact number. Investigation showed that the child separation policy had actually begun in the summer of 2017, prior to the zero tolerance policy announced in April 2018. Federal officials said there were no plans to attempt to reunite these children because “it would destabilize the permanency of their existing home environment, and could be traumatic to the children.”

The penalty for attempting to immigrate was the loss of your child, forever, “no plans to reunite.” Also, don’t let it go that “officials were uncertain of the exact number” because Google knows the “exact number” of T-shirts we buy online, or the exact number of prescriptions purchased, without us knowing they know. Yet they want us to believe that somehow the U.S. government is “uncertain of the exact number”? The U.S. government knows the “exact number” of dollars in its bank account. But doesn’t know how many kids? Why would they be so bad at keeping numbers? Cruelty was the point.

Oh, and last thing:

Trump’s senior adviser Stephen Miller has been characterized as being the driving force behind the Trump administration’s family separation policy. NBC News reported that officials in attendance of a meeting of senior advisers said that “Miller warned that not enforcing the administration’s zero tolerance immigration policy ‘is the end of our country as we know it’ and that opposing it would be un-American.

Yes. This man wants you to know that you’re deeply offending him for calling him inhumane:


Lacking human qualities of compassion and mercy; cruel and barbaric

Stephen Miller is inhuman, what they did was inhumane.

Peace, y’all
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Jason Miciak is a political writer, features writer, author, and attorney. He is originally from Canada but grew up in the Pacific Northwest. He now enjoys life as a single dad, writing from the beaches of the Gulf Coast, getting advice from his beloved daughter and teammate. He is very much the dreamy mystic that cannot add and loves dogs more than most people. He also likes studying cooking, theoretical physics, cosmology, and quantum mechanics. He likes pizza.


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