White House adviser Stephen Miller’s heated exchange with CNN’s Jim Acosta revolving around the poem on the Statue of Liberty sparked any number of hot takes. Among the Left’s talking points: Miller’s knowledge of a detail about when “The New Colossus” was added to the Statue of Liberty was a clue that he’s a… well, here’s former Obama Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes making the accusation:
Perhaps because Stephen Miller is a white supremacist. https://t.co/c16J1gX4IH
— Ben Rhodes (@brhodes) August 5, 2017
Bonus points for using ThinkProgress as a source for the accusation.
— Lean Dunham (@PCrapedmymother) August 5, 2017
Based on no evidence whatsoever https://t.co/6Ccjg2i4ym
— Ben McDonald (@Bmac0507) August 5, 2017
— Shawn (@Merica1stNow) August 5, 2017
Bwahahahahaa…. when all else fails…… https://t.co/seBMFsyQfh
— JohnnyBravo (@JohnBouchell) August 5, 2017
Attacking Jews again Ben? https://t.co/BIIbP1KuQq
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) August 5, 2017
Perhaps you are under investigation and saying wildly deflective things https://t.co/9izxVBxB7a
— Zombie Bill Hicks (@ChaosApathy) August 5, 2017
"everything I don't like is white supremacist" yawn. https://t.co/3rbkGUvgB1
— Elijah Sowry (@ElijahSowry) August 5, 2017
Ah, the Obama team is still utilizing the strategy that put Trump in the White House, I see. https://t.co/TUpT6m3TNG
— Tommy (@tciccotta) August 5, 2017
They STILL don't know why they lost.
This would be laughable if not so sad. https://t.co/kWW6e1wE5o
— Rich Weinstein (@phillyrich1) August 5, 2017
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