Stephen Miller on Fox News with "New Biden Immigration Plans Invite Violence" chiron

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Sweaty Stephen Miller gets memed after railing against immigration

Now that he's no longer a Trump adviser, he's a meme.

 

Zachary Petrizzo

Tech

Posted on Jan 22, 2021   Updated on Jan 22, 2021, 11:19 am CST

Former senior adviser to President Donald Trump Stephen Miller appeared on Fox News Thursday night to rail against the immigration-related executive order signed by President Joe Biden on Wednesday in the Oval Office. 

While on-air, Miller was equal parts sweaty and disheveled while speaking with host Laura Ingraham.

“Joe Biden gave a speech yesterday about democracy, and then hours later, he suspends hundreds of pages of immigration law with the stroke of a pen. That’s not who we are as a country,” Miller declared.

Miller, who has documented ties to the far-right and white nationalists according to the SPLC, then got memed.

Some of the memes were fire. Literally. Others couldn’t get over the sweat.

https://twitter.com/pecunioushustle/status/1352476089306800128?s=21
https://twitter.com/jamessajur/status/1352456198822440966?s=21

Miller getting memed on Fox News comes after launching a personal Instagram account during the last days of Trump’s presidency.

He also logged on to Twitter.


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*First Published: Jan 22, 2021, 11:15 am CST