Civil rights attorney Sasha Samberg-Champi challenged Stephen Miller over Miller’s attendance at the women-only “Wonder Woman’ screening in Brooklyn on Thursday, and it didn’t go well.

He tweeted this in response to Miller arguing with someone else that the theater legally couldn’t bar him from the women-only event as it would run afoul of anti-discrimination laws:

Well, since he’s waiting and all:

Ka-Boom.

But rather than admit defeat, Samberg-Champi doubled-down with his call for Miller to produce a federal law that would prevent theaters from discriminating against men:

Since Miller never claimed there ever was a federal law in the week or so he’s been tweeting about this, maybe Samberg-Champi can tell us why these state laws don’t apply to this “Wonder Woman” screening instead of this dumb semantics argument:

Exactly.

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