Thursday, February 16, 2017

WashPost Releases Miller video

Now the Washington Post has placed half of the 2002 documentary on its website.

It shows a racist, right-wing young man speaking against the janitors on his high school campus.  "He's just joking," says a friend, but jokes against a lower social class are not in good taste.

That's the point my daughter Ellen makes when her friend interviews her in the documentary.

Stephen Miller's  mother refused to allow the 6 minutes to be shown at Santa Monica High School. She thought it might be detrimental to his future.

The future is here now, and the entire nation can watch Miller being booed off the stage at his school assembly.

See the report by Rosalind S. Helderman:

How do you get a person who hates Mexicans and immigrants and Muslims?

How do you make a prez like this or a Stephen Bannon or an Adolf  Hitler?

Certainly you need to understand what influenced the person as he was growing up.   Eventually we will learn more about the childhoods of dt, Stephen Bannon, and Stephen Miller. We know much about the making of Adolf Hitler.

For now, we will have to be content with this snapshot of Miller at age 15, so similar to the man he is at 31.

See my five previous posts about Miller, starting with January 14:

Then Jan. 30, Feb. 13 (two posts), Feb 15.

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