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So We May Attend His Hanging…He So Much Deserves…

Considered Dangerous And The Dr. Goebbels Of The T-RUMP Party
Stephen Miller is an American far-far-far-right political activist, sick nationalist and totally screwed up scumbag who serves as a senior advisor for policy for President Donald T-RUMP.  He is on my get even list for Hanging and some have suggested that is too good for him, possibly do African Ru-Ru ( watch old Tarzan movies) and that thingy where you are Drawn and Quartered modernized using HumVees. 

His Credits

👹  Stephen Miller   is an American government official who serves as a senior advisor for policy  to President Donald    T-RUMP.  .  His politics have been described as far-right, anti-immigration and Hitlerish

👹  He was previously the communications director for then-Senator Jeff Sessions, Another screwball loser and victim of the T-RUMP turnover job corp requirement which demanded you sold your soul to him.

👹  He was also a press secretary for US Representative Michele Bachmann  AKA  “Batshit Crazy”  Noted as the most screwed up broad ever to be elected and not thrown off the rotunda roof.

👹  Press Secretary for John Shadegg, nothing of importance

👹  As a speechwriter for T-RUMP  Miller helped write Trump’s inaugural address.  Considered the dumbest ever spoken or read by a two legged animal on the face of the earth.

👹  He has been a key adviser since the early days of Trump’s presidency as a immigration hardliner… 

👹  Miller was a chief architect of Trump’s travel ban, the administration’s reduction of refugees accepted to the US  Trump’s policy of separating migrant children from their parents.

👹  He has prevented the publication of internal administration studies that showed that refugees had a net positive effect on government revenues.

👹  Miller reportedly played a central role in the resignation in April 2019 of Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen, who he believed was insufficiently hawkish on immigration.  (Thats a joke)

👹  As a White House spokesman, Miller has on multiple occasions made many false and unsubstantiated claims regarding widespread electoral fraud. (He should he creates it… it’s called gerrymandering…

👹  Emails leaked in November 2019 showed that Miller had promoted white nationalist publications and conspiracy theories.

Born: August 23, 1985 (age 32 years), Santa Monica, CA
Office: Senior Advisor to the President of the United States since 2017
Parents:  Miriam Glosser Miller, Michael Darrow Miller

Stephen Miller, True Scumbag, and Certified White Nationalist 

(CNN)  Twenty-five Jewish Democratic members of Congress are calling on President Donald T-RUMP to remove senior White House adviser Stephen Miller from the administration based on leaked emails that showed he promoted stories from white nationalist and fringe media organizations.

The lawmakers are the latest to call for Miller to be fired after hundreds of the Trump adviser's emails during the lead-up to the 2016 election were leaked by a former white nationalist who was working for Breitbart News at the time. The emails revealed Miller's anti-immigration stances and his penchant for sharing virulently white nationalist websites to shape Breitbart's coverage of issues involving immigration and people of color.

In a letter to the President, the 25 lawmakers made clear they are deeply disturbed not only by Miller's influence but also by the way the White House has defended him.

"As Jewish members of Congress, we are calling on you to immediately relieve White House Senior Advisor Stephen Miller of all government responsibilities and dismiss him from your Administration," the letter states. "His documentation of white nationalist and virulently anti-immigrant tropes is wholly unacceptable and disqualifying for a government employee."

Their letter follows a similar call for Miller's ouster in November from more than 100 Democratic members of Congress. 

The emails, first published by the Southern Poverty Law Center, were sent during the two years leading up to Miller taking the job as a senior White House adviser. At the time, he had been working for then-Sen. Jeff Sessions -- an Alabama Republican who went on to become Trump's first attorney general -- and later for the Trump campaign. 

Miller exchanged hundreds of emails with then-Breitbart News editor Katie McHugh in 2015 and 2016. McHugh says she was a white nationalist at the time and was told that Miller would help shape her news coverage of immigration and other issues. She first shared the emails with the Southern Poverty Law Center and then later with CNN.

One of the emails showed Miller had sent her a link to VDARE, a prominent white nationalist website.  In another email, Miller sent a Breitbart employee a link to the fringe right-wing media organization InfoWars.  Miller did not respond to CNN's request for comment.

"A bushel of leaked 2015 emails reveals Stephen Miller, the controversial senior White House policy adviser, promoted stories from white nationalist and fringe media organizations to staffers of the far-right website Breitbart. Miller is known for his hard-line immigration stance, and emails show him trying to connect news stories about hurricanes to the possibility of increased immigration. Others show him trying to link race and crime. 

Some emails link to sites and articles that express anti-Muslim speech. Other messages reference VDARE, a prominent white nationalist website, or InfoWars, a site that often peddles conspiracy theories. The messages were published by the Southern Poverty Law Center, and the organization says it’ll release more over time.

For The Damage This Man Has Done, Hanging For Crimes 

Against Humanity And A Nice Rough Rope 

Stephen Miller is a senior advisor to President Donald Trump. Prior to his current appointment, he was the communications director for then-Alabama senator Jeff Sessions, who as of February 2017 is Attorney General of the United States. 

👹  Staff members on Capitol Hill recall Stephen Miller, the 31-year-old White House adviser behind many of President Trump’s most contentious executive orders, as the guy from Jeff Sessions’ office who made their inboxes cry for mercy.

👹  Recently someone said if Bannon was normal… where in the universe do we plant this guy, certainly not the part God Made.  

👹  He is much closer to the Klingon Empire, and Rugasr Bachdadzukoo, current Klingon President said don’t drop this asshole on us…

👹  As a top aide to Mr. Sessions, the conservative Alabama senator, Mr. Miller dispatched dozens and dozens of bombastic emails to congressional staff members and reporters in early 2013 when the Senate was considering a big bipartisan immigration overhaul. 

👹  Mr. Miller slammed the evils of “foreign labor” and pushed around nasty news articles on proponents of compromise, like Senator Marco Rubio of Florida.

👹  Former Breitbart reporter Katie McHugh said she didn’t think about the people she hurt at the time.   McHugh was a willing acolyte of Miller who she says further radicalized her.   "I was a white nationalist," she says. "Whatever you want to call it -- white nationalist, white supremacist. McHugh says she was introduced to Miller in June 2015 by Breitbart colleague Matthew Boyle when she became a reporter, after editing the site's homepage and stories. She was 23 at the time.

👹  Bannon later joined Trump's campaign as chief executive and worked at the White House for about six months as a chief strategist.

"It's very exciting to shape the news," McHugh says. "I wasn't self-aware enough ... to realize like what I was doing was extremely harmful.

That didn’t happen, McHugh says, but she and Miller remained in repeated, sometimes almost constant, contact.  “We spoke so frequently and we were friendly to each other.

👹  And McHugh admits she was traveling further and further down the rabbit hole of intolerance, sending out vile tweets that eventually led to her firing after they were highlighted by CNN among others.  McHugh now says getting fired from Breitbart was the best thing that could have happened to her. 

👹  Miller has been instrumental in immigration policies.  She says she first began to see Miller had feet of clay a few weeks after being fired when he had a contentious exchange with CNN's Jim Acosta over US immigration and the poem on the Statue of Liberty that calls out for "your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free."

"You see him trashing the Emma Lazarus poem at the bottom of the Statue of Liberty," she says. "It struck me as odd that he would direct such, like, vitriol about welcoming like the most desperate people in the world into a better country for that, like a safer place."

When Acosta suggested Miller was "trying to engineer the racial and ethnic flow of people into this country," he hit back, accusing the reporter of "cosmopolitan bias." Critics noted that phrase has been used to counter arguments by racist regimes for decades.   McHugh describes shedding her white supremacist views as akin to “pulling shrapnel from my brain."   Once vilified by the center and the left, she is now a target for all sides, but she knows she is on her journey away from being a white supremacist.  

Head Scumbag Of Immigration Solutions

👹  Trump signaled his appreciation for Miller’s performance on Twitter.  “Congratulations Stephen Miller- on representing me this morning on the various Sunday morning shows,” he wrote on Sunday. “Great job!”  That alone horrified Morning Joe hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, two media figures who have waged war on Miller after Trump signed the executive order to restrict immigration and travel from high-risk countries in the Middle East.

👹  “The White House has got to stop embarrassing themselves by putting this guy up. … That is the worst performance of anybody — that made Susan Rice the Sunday after Benghazi look smooth,” Scarborough said on his Monday morning show.    

After playing a highlight clip of Miller’s performance, Scarborough threw up his hands and dropped his pen in horror as Brzezinski appeared speechless:  “It’s so much worse than I ever thought,” Scarborough stated.  

Brzezinski mockingly referred to Miller as a “lad” and began a hashtag campaign on Twitter to throw him out.

👹  “The Steven Miller interviews this morning on all the Sunday shows were frightening!  I’m sorry Mr President.  No.. A really bad sign,” she wrote.   She continued, “If the White House thinks that is a person they want to put out front-its beyond sad for our country.  First Kellyanne now this. Embarrassed for USA.”

Supporting Nationalists ( Born Again Nazi’s)  Is A Systemic Problem with this man.

👹  As with the hand-wringing around the punching of Nazis, this touched off a debate around fairness and hypocrisy: If you oppose doxing as a repugnant tool of harassment, how can you ethically celebrate its use, even when it is deployed against someone you hate or oppose?  Rules, after all, are rules or as Miller himself has said so often in defense of the family separation policy, “ The law is the law”. 

It’s how Trump managed to reframe a neo-Nazi rally where a woman was murdered by a white supremacist into a conflict with “some very fine people on both sides”; it’s how Twitter itself managed to cling to the swaying, decaying mast of free speech at all costs for so very long — even when the cost was persistent brutalization, often of its most vulnerable users.

The question of power — and when it can be ignored or used as a protective shield for bad actors — cannot be disregarded in conversations about Twitter and abuse, not least of all because exceptions for the powerful are built into the abuse policies of Twitter itself. 

👹  That means these rules don’t apply to many of its most powerful, news-making users — including the President of the United States, a man who has abused his bully pulpit to dox his political foes and who frequently uses his 53 million user Twitter following as a cudgel against private citizens and even 17-year-old girls. 

So the rules are the rules for everyone, unless you’re really, really important. Power can impact you a great deal if you have it; it can affect you a great deal if you don’t. If only Twitter’s abuse policies cared as much about the latter as the former.

Twitter long touted itself as the “free speech wing of the free speech party,” and its inability to reckon with this legacy — or how blindness and indifference to power dynamics are still embedded into its system — remains a persistent issue. The company’s ban on doxing, or the publication of personal information like phone numbers or addresses with intent to incite harassment, is relatively recent; for years, the platform operated with a laissez-faire attitude that turned its service into a free-for-all playground for harassers and blue-check verified Neo-Nazis. 


The Mouth Talks Of The Brain, 

The Eyes Speak From The Heart

These Men And Women Have No Love In Their Eyes

Hanging Miller Would Be A Good Start…

Like A Dreaded Voice From The Past…

His Twisted  Words Will Make You Aghast

He Has The Substance Of The Dreaded Goebbels, 

With Hate, Like Tower Bells,  Lies More Lied , 

Louder And Louder Ringing, Frantically Heard From Those Who Died

If We Took A Poll To Seek His Soul, We Would Dig Deep And Far

Coming Up Empty And Void, Nary A Star…

For He Is Heartless And Living Dead And Should Be Planted 

Right Next To The Man Hitler Often Read…And Hitler Often Ranted.

Sleep Well You Dog, Soon The Day Of Your Ending  

And I Hope A Few Well-Wishing Immigrants …Will Treat You 

As You Have Caused Them Hurtful Heartrending…

Hanging Would Be A Solution To A Crime, Goebbels Shot Himself,

The Coward That He Was, You Should Be Hanged, Very High, 

So That Those Will Know Your Life Was Nothing More Than One Big Lie.

Herr Hitler Had Dr… Joseph Goebbels As His Writer And Propaganda Specialist

Herr T-Rump Has Stephen Miller As His Minister Of Propaganda, Prejudice, And Hatred…

 Zero Tolerance Program Was All Millers Idea
👹  Washington (CNN)Nearly ever present by the President’s side, perhaps no one is more responsible for the T-RUMP agenda than Stephen Miller.  When you hear the President stumble during a speech , it was probably because there was such bullsh*t in T-RUMPS speeches, not truth just self promoting lies and thats how Stevie the Ogre keeps his job… Think of him as the verbal blow-job in the sh*t house.

👹  President Donald Trump signed an executive order aimed at keeping families together at the border, but not before several days of public outcry over the administration’s "zero-tolerance" immigration policy that had resulted in thousands of undocumented children separated from their families at the border. 

👹  Some of the Trump administration’s most controversial and chaos-inducing policies can be traced back to Miller, including the travel ban and the firing of former FBI director James Comey. 

👹  Originally from California, the 32-year-old senior Trump adviser has been part of the Trump team since January 2016, where he acted as Trump’s warm-up act during the primary and general 2016 election.  During the campaign, Miller would consistently address the crowds at Trump rallies before the then-candidate would take the stage. 

👹  “Everybody who stands against Donald Trump are the people who've been running this country into the ground," Miller said at one campaign rally in Texas. "Everything that is wrong with this country today, the people opposing Donald J. Trump are responsible for."

👹  But amid the administration’s tumultuous first year that has seen historic levels of staff turn over, Miller has remained a constant -- even outlasting fellow travel ban architect and former head of Breitbart, Steve Bannon. 

His Teenage Years - A Known Entity
👹  Miller has peddled the role of provocateur since his teenage years in California. In high school, he ran a student government campaign that included a controversial speech about the role of janitors at the school, according to a recording obtained by Univision.
"Stephen's whole view of immigration stems from high school," Adrian Karima, a lawyer who sat two desks away from Miller in AP Government, previously told CNN. "His negative views of immigration started in high school and just grew over time."

👹  CNN also previously reported that in 2002, when Miller was 16 years old, he penned an opinion editorial for the Santa Monica Lookout that argued "very few, if any, Hispanic students" make it to honors classes because the school provides a "crutch" to those who don't speak English by ensuring "all announcements are written in both Spanish and English."

👹  While at a week-long summer program for rising high school seniors where attendees built their own governments, Miller reportedly ran for a seat on the Board of Supervisors. His stump speech included a proposal for infiltrating enemy groups with a "black ops" force. After winning his election, Miller was involved in a heated incident where he yelled and flipped a table, CNN previously reported. 

Duke University
👹  Following high school, Miller attended Duke University, where he wrote for the Duke Chronicle about topics including the  “ War on Christmas,” immigration and multiculturalism. 

👹  His conservative politics landed him a job with Michele Bachmann, who at the time, was serving as a representative for Minnesota.   “I decided I would take a chance on him because he struck me as a very serious individual," Bachmann previously told CNN, calling Miller "intelligent, hardworking and highly competent.”  

EDITORS NOTES  — Coming from an idiot like her, it appears as a compliment from one who is known as Bat-Sh*t Crazy and years later indoctrinated into the Biggest Dumbass Women’s Club along with Sara Palin, and Sara not-A-Wara

👹  But it was during his time working for then - Sen. Jeff Sessions where Miller became central to Sessions’ immigration messaging and helped shape the Alabama lawmaker’s critique of the 2013 bipartisan immigration reform bill which eventually died in the House.  

👹  Science tells us that scumbags float and true to form, Sessions survived and now served as the US Attorney General under Trump, and was the first sitting senator to endorse Trump in 2015. However he is at odds with the President over his recusal from the special counsel's Russia probe. He also has repeatedly defended the administration’s hardline immigration stances.  T-RUMP dumped him…fast, we think sessions found God and lost his Loyalty Scout badge.

The Hatred Machine Of Immigration
👹  Miller’s role shaping immigration policy continued when he assumed a position in Trump’s White House — and lawmakers have taken notice.  

👹  "I've talked with the President, his heart is right on this issue, I think he's got a good understanding of what will sell, and every time we have a proposal it's only yanked back by staff members. And as long as Stephen Miller is in charge of negotiating immigration we're going nowhere," South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham told reporters in January. "He's been an outlier for years."

👹  Illinois Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin had a similar sentiment in January, telling reporters, "Any effort to kill immigration reform usually has Mr. Miller's fingerprints on it."

👹  Latino workers are the backbone of the restaurant world, at bistros, pizzerias, sushi counters, and rotisseries across the country—many of them are Central American, like the majority of the migrant families being torn apart in recent weeks. 

👹  But for many other Americans, including those leading our government, there is a simple, reflexive disconnect between cultural product and cultural producer, between policy and people. “Everyone hates Mexicans, but everyone at the same time loves Mexican food,” the Mexican-American writer Gustavo Arellano told the Huffington Post, in 2016. “When they’re eating it, they’re able to disassociate it from the people who made it, or who picked it or slaughtered those cows”.

He Is A Sick Individual, His Family Knows It…
Some of Stephen Miller's family members have a problem with the Trump administration as well as their relative's role in it, and have been making their feelings known on their personal Facebook pages. 

"With all familial affection, I wish Stephen career success and personal happiness, however I cannot endorse his political preferences," Miller's uncle David S. Glosser wrote in a lengthy comment on the Johnstown, Pennsylvania, newspaper Tribune-Democrat's Facebook page in November, in response to a story about Miller's roots in the area. Stephen's mother, Miriam (Glosser) Miller, who is David's sister, grew up in Johnstown with her family.

“The Glosser family escaped Europe as dirt poor immigrants, joined the community, built businesses, and honestly sold goods to their fellow friends and neighbors from Johnstown ” Glosser wrote. “My nephew and I must both reflect long and hard on one awful truth. 

"If in the early 20th century the USA had built a wall against poor desperate ignorant immigrants of a different religion, like the Glossers, all of us would have gone up the crematoria chimneys with the other six million kinsmen whom we can never know."




It begins at the turn of the 20th century in a dirt-floor shack in the village of Antopol, a shtetl of subsistence farmers in what is now Belarus. Beset by violent anti-Jewish pogroms and forced childhood conscription in the Czar’s army, the patriarch of the shack,  Wolf-Leib Glosser, fled a village where his forebears had lived for centuries and took his chances in America.

He set foot on Ellis Island on January 7, 1903, with $8 to his name. Though fluent in Polish, Russian, and Yiddish he understood no English. An elder son, Nathan, soon followed. By street corner peddling and sweat-shop toil Wolf-Leib and Nathan sent enough money home to pay off debts and buy the immediate family’s passage to America in 1906. 

That group included young Sam Glosser, who with his family settled in the western Pennsylvania city of Johnstown, a booming coal and steel town that was a magnet for other hard-working immigrants. The Glosser family quickly progressed from selling goods from a horse and wagon to owning a haberdashery in Johnstown run by Nathan and Wolf-Leib to a chain of supermarkets and discount department stores run by my grandfather, Sam, and the next generation of Glossers, including my dad, Izzy. 

It was big enough to be listed on the AMEX stock exchange and employed thousands of people over time. In the span of some 80 years and five decades, this family emerged from poverty in a hostile country to become a prosperous, educated clan of merchants, scholars, professionals, and, most important, American citizens. 

What does this classically American tale have to do with Stephen Miller? Well, Izzy Glosser is his maternal grandfather, and Stephen’s mother, Miriam, is my sister.

I have watched with dismay and increasing horror as my nephew, who is an educated man and well aware of his heritage, has become the architect of immigration policies that repudiate the very foundation of our family’s life in this country.

I shudder at the thought of what would have become of the Glossers had the same policies Stephen so coolly espouses— the travel ban, the radical decrease in refugees, the separation of children from their parents, and even talk of limiting citizenship for legal immigrants— been in effect when Wolf-Leib made his desperate bid for freedom. The Glossers came to the US just a few years before the fear and prejudice of the “America First” nativists of the day closed U.S. borders to Jewish refugees. 

Had Wolf-Leib waited, his family would likely have been murdered by the Nazis along with all but seven of the 2,000 Jews who remained in Antopol. I would encourage Stephen to ask himself if the chanting, torch-bearing Nazis of Charlottesville, whose support his boss seems to court so cavalierly, do not envision a similar fate for him. 

Like other immigrants, our family’s welcome to the USA was not always a warm one, but we largely had the protection of the law, there was no state sponsored violence against us, no kidnapping of our male children, and we enjoyed good relations with our neighbors. 

True, Jews were excluded from many occupations, couldn’t buy homes in some towns, couldn’t join certain organizations or attend certain schools or universities, but life was good. As in past generations there were hate mongers who regarded the most recent groups of poor immigrants as scum, rapists, gangsters, drunks and terrorists, but largely the Glosser family was left alone to live our lives and build the American dream. Children were born, synagogues founded, and we thrived. This was the miracle of America. 

Acting for so long in the theater of right wing politics, Stephen and Trump may have become numb to the resultant human tragedy and blind to the hypocrisy of their policy decisions. After all, Stephen’s is not the only family with a chain immigration story in the Trump administration. Trump's grandfather is reported to have been a German migrant on the run from military conscription to a new life in the USA and his mother fled the poverty of rural Scotland for the economic possibilities of New York City. (Trump’s in-laws just became citizens on the strength of his wife’s own citizenship.) 

These facts are important not only for their grim historical irony but because vulnerable people are being hurt. They are real people, not the ghoulish caricatures portrayed by Trump. When confronted by the deaths and suffering of thousands our senses are overwhelmed, and the victims become statistics rather than people. I meet these statistics one at a time through my volunteer service as a neuropsychologist for the Philadelphia affiliate of HIAS (formerly the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society), the global non-profit agency that protects refugees and helped my family more than 100 years ago. I will share the story of one such man I have met in the hope that my nephew might recognize elements of our shared heritage. 

In the early 2000s, Joseph (not his real name) was conscripted at the age of 14 to be a soldier in Eritrea and sent to a remote desert military camp. Officers there discovered a Bible under his pillow which aroused their suspicion that he might belong to a foreign evangelical sect that would claim his loyalty and sap his will to fight. Joseph was actually a member of the state-approved Coptic church but was nonetheless immediately subjected to torture. “They smashed my face into the ground, tied my hands and feet together behind my back, stomped on me, and hung me from a tree by my bonds while they beat me with batons for the others to see.” 

Joseph was tortured for 20 consecutive days before being taken to a military prison and crammed into a dark unventilated cell with 36 other men, little food and no proper hygiene. Some died, and in time Joseph was stricken with dysentery. When he was too weak to stand he was taken to a civilian clinic where he was fed by the medical staff. Upon regaining his strength he escaped to a nearby road where a sympathetic driver took him north through the night to a camp in Sudan where he joined other refugees. Joseph was on the first leg of a journey that would cover thousands of miles and almost 10 years.

Before Donald Trump had started his political ascent promulgating the false story that Barack Obama was a foreign-born Muslim, while my nephew, Stephen, was famously recovering from the hardships of his high school cafeteria in Santa Monica, Joseph was a child on his own in Sudan in fear of being deported back to Eritrea to face execution for desertion. He worked any job he could get, saved his money and made his way through Sudan. He endured arrest and extortion in Libya. He returned to Sudan, then kept moving to Dubai, Brazil, and eventually to a southern border crossing into Texas, where he sought asylum. In all of the countries he traveled through during his ordeal, he was vulnerable, exploited and his status was “illegal.” But in the United States he had a chance to acquire the protection of a documented immigrant. 

Today, at 30, Joseph lives in Pennsylvania and has a wife and child. He is a smart, warm, humble man of great character who is grateful for every day of his freedom and safety. He bears emotional scars from not seeing his parents or siblings since he was 14. He still trembles, cries and struggles for breath when describing his torture, and he bears physical scars as well. He hopes to become a citizen, return to work and make his contribution to America. His story, though unique in its particulars, is by no means unusual. I have met Central Americans fleeing corrupt governments, violence and criminal extortion; a Yemeni woman unable to return to her war-ravaged home country and fearing sexual mutilation if she goes back to her Saudi husband; and an escaped kidnap-bride from central Asia. 

President Trump wants to make us believe that these desperate migrants are an existential threat to the United States; the most powerful nation in world history and a nation made strong by immigrants. Trump and my nephew both know their immigrant and refugee roots. Yet, they repeat the insults and false accusations of earlier generations against these refugees to make them seem less than human. 

Trump publicly parades the grieving families of people hurt or killed by migrants, just as the early Nazis dredged up Jewish criminals to frighten and enrage their political base to justify persecution of all Jews. Almost every American family has an immigration story of its own based on flight from war, poverty, famine, persecution, fear or hopelessness. These immigrants became the workers, entrepreneurs, scientists and soldiers of America. 

Most damning is the administration's evident intent to make policy that specifically disadvantages people based on their ethnicity, country of origin, and religion. No matter what opinion is held about immigration, any government that specifically enacts law or policy on that basis must be recognized as a threat to all of us. Laws bereft of justice are the gateway to tyranny. 

Today others may be the target, but tomorrow it might just as easily be you or me. History will be the judge, but in the meanwhile the normalization of these policies is rapidly eroding the collective conscience of America. Immigration reform is a complex issue that will require compassion and wisdom to bring the nation to a just solution, but the politicians who have based their political and professional identity on ethnic demonization and exclusion cannot be trusted to do so. As free Americans, and the descendants of immigrants and refugees, we have the obligation to exercise our conscience by voting for candidates who will stand up for our highest national values and not succumb to our lowest fears.