Watch Stephen Miller Disgustingly Explain Why He’s Suing Joe Biden on Behalf of White People

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In an interview, Sunday former White House adviser Stephen Miller told Fox News host Maria Bartiromo that he’s suing the Biden administration to keep Black people from having an unfair advantage over people of other races.

After you stop laughing I’m going to give you something else to laugh about, thanks to Raw Story. He’s claiming a COVID-19 relief law isn’t fair to white people because it’s allocating $5 billion to Black farmers who were denied federal help due to — you guessed it — discrimination. 

Miller, of course, doesn’t care about that. He’s really little more than a white nationalist in a business suit and the lawsuit is patently ridiculous because white farmers benefited greatly from the largesse of the Trump administration during the pandemic, Axios reports. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack told The Washington Post that only 0.1 percent of the COVID-19 relief aid passed by the Trump administration went to Black farmers.

That’s just plain shameful and disgusting. But that’s the Trump administration in a nutshell.

Now Miller is claiming white farmers should also receive federal aid that’s set aside for African-American farmers.

“We filed two lawsuits,” Miller told Bartiromo. “One lawsuit to ensure that farm aid is delivered irrespective of one’s race and ethnicity.”

Haven’t white people already taken enough away from Black people? Our ancestors (mine included) owned slaves, beat them, raped them, and killed them, so really when, dear white people, is enough actually enough?

And I’m saying this as a white person. No wonder we need Black Lives Matter. Really, we do. But we have pond scum like Miller, who also told Bartiromo:

“The Biden administration has specifically excluded people solely based on skin color. That’s outrageous.”

But no, there’s nothing “outrageous” about it. The former administration was full of racists, with ex-President Donald Trump being the worst among them, followed by Miller. If anything, Biden is trying to repair the damage caused by the previous administration.

Not content to leave the situation at that, Miller has also filed a second lawsuit in the hopes that it will force the Biden administration to take stricter actions against undocumented immigrants and migrants.

“Imagine you were living in an apartment building and a new landlord came in and he ripped off all the doors, he ripped out all the windows and he said that any lawbreaker, any trespasser, any vandal, anyone — even criminal — who wants to come into your building and your unit is free to do so,” Miller said. “That’s what President has done to the country.”

Well here’s an interesting fact from the University of Wiscon-Madison, which conducted a study on this last year. The study focused on arrest and conviction records in Texas and what it found is insightful, and Miller could learn a thing or two:

“Compared to undocumented immigrants, U.S. citizens were twice as likely to be arrested for felonies in Texas from 2012 to 2018, two-and-a-half times more likely to be arrested for felony drug crimes, and over four times more likely to be arrested for felony property crimes…”

The study was published in the Proceeds of the National Academy of Sciences.

So if Miller wants to do something that’s actually productive, maybe he should go after the domestic terrorists who attacked the Capitol building on Jan.6. Sue some of those idiots.

Now that would be productive.

Anyway, here’s the video below, featuring Maria Bartiromo wearing her living room drapes.

And yes, sometimes I’m catty. It goes with the territory when you write on politics.

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