Donald Trump senior policy advisor Stephen Miller’s debut on the Sunday shows was rife with troubling foreshadowing, with his high-volume repetition of Trump talking points and botched invocation of Trump’s “voter fraud” lie.
There was one moment, though, which stood out for its shocking audacity: Miller explicitly told Face the Nation’s John Dickerson that Trump’s power exceeds that of the judiciary, the people of the United States, the free press, or anyone else.
Miller railed against a “supreme” judicial branch in other television appearances, but on CBS, he made Trump’s despotic ambitions explicit (emphasis added):
"The end result of this, though, is that our opponents, the media, and the whole world will soon see, as we begin to take further actions, that the powers of the president to protect our country are very substantial, and will not be questioned."
Just a reminder that Donald Trump did not run to be president.
He ran to be king. And he will not suffer those he considers "less than" to dare question him, his authority, or his policies.
Even if they are wearing judicial robes and representing the third branch of the government.
By the way this beady eyed little shit weasel made the rounds of the Sunday talk shows, and essentially repeated the same old talking points in each and every interview.
In fact in several of the interviews it appeared that he was reading the answers off of a teleprompter:
Senior Policy Advisor to Trump, Stephen Miller interview on abc this am. FRIGHTENING ROBOT clearly reading not discussing.— Candace McLallen (@candarita) February 12, 2017
Well good, then I wasn't just imagining it.First time seeing Stephen Miller on #ThisWeek. He did not disappoint -- well, except that part about reading from cue cards. #unhinged— Medium Rarely (@MediumRarely) February 12, 2017
So gee look, yet another soulless, dead eyed, seemingly animatronic spokes-liar representing the Trump administration.
I wonder if they build these in a factory, or if they are the result of some frightening Nazi inspired biological experimentation?