Immigration Activists Protest At the Home of Fascist Trump Adviser Stephen Miller

Presidential adviser Stephen Miller, the most hard-line advocate for stricter immigration laws in the Trump administration, was with the president at a campaign rally in South Carolina last night.  While he was gone a group of demonstrators went to his Washington home anyway to make their feelings known about his right-wing immigration policies.

For a while they chanted their pro-immigrant views as seen in the video below:

Say it loud, say it clear: immigrants are welcome here,” shouts a group of about a dozen people outside Stephen Miller’s apartment building.”

And since Miller wasn’t home they brought flyers to hand out to Miller’s neighbors. The flyers say that Miller is “Wanted” and that the U.S. government has kidnapped 2,500 children.

“They are handing out these flyers to Stephen Miller’s neighbors at the luxe CityCenterDC”

The protesters have targeted Miller because the New York Times reported earlier this month that it was Miller who convinced President Trump to implement the controversial policy which takes away children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.

And even though Trump signed an executive order last week saying that the child separation policy would end, most children have not been reunited with their parents, and it is possible that the separation policy may actually continue.

Because of the controversy and bad publicity caused by Miller, a Republican Congressman, Rep. Mike Coffman of Colorado, called for Miller to be fired last week, as discussed in the below video:

VIDEO: House members call for Stephen Miller to resign.”

Last week Miller was accosted at a Mexican restaurant in Washington and protesters yelled at him and called him a “fascist.”

Similarly, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen also had to face protesters at a different Mexican restaurant in D.C. last week and she eventually had to leave because of the disruption.  Protesters also went to her home in Virginia to express their displeasure over the child separation policy that has been administered and enforced by the Department of Homeland Security which she leads.