When the Left resorts to digging up someone’s uncle to smear them in the news — you know they’re getting desperate. Yet that is exactly the pathetic length to which anti-Trump forces are going to try to stop the most effective adviser in the White House.
Stephen Miller has been the guiding light of President Trump’s agenda to make America safe again after decades of illegal immigration and open borders. Miller is extraordinary in how he both writes Trump’s speeches and gives him substantive advice on important issues.
It has taken the media a while to recognize that the low-key speechwriter is the Rock of Gibraltar in the White House amid the fake news storms. Miller stayed strong while House Speaker Paul Ryan and other sellouts on Capitol Hill demanded that Trump cave on DACA and other immigration controversies.
Phyllis Schlafly praised Stephen Miller back when he was crafting immigration policy for then-Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama. Miller authored detailed, highly effective reports against open borders, which Phyllis then distributed nationwide. Since then Miller has guided Senator Sessions and then President Trump on the issue, championing the needs of America against those who hate us around the world.
Enter Dr. David S. Glosser, a retired neuropsychologist and Miller’s uncle who wrote a recent article highly critical of his nephew. It’s unclear if Dr. Glosser actually knows Miller well enough to criticize him on a personal level. Instead, Glosser relies on how Miller’s maternal grandmother immigrated through Ellis Island more than a century ago without being able to speak English. But those immigrants worked hard to learn English and assimilate fully into American society, and they raised their children to love America.
There have been bigger leaps taken to try to undermine someone’s credibility, but you’d be har pressed to find any this lacking.
Stephen Miller is a patriot through and through – just like his ancestors who left their homes to become American. Here’s a nugget for anyone seeking information about Miller’s past — he quoted President Teddy Roosevelt in his high school yearbook: “There can be no fifty-fifty Americanism in this country.”