Left-Wing Mob Targets Stephen Miller's D.C. Apartment—While He's Traveling With POTUS
A group of about 20 left-wing protesters gathered outside the apartment of White House senior adviser Stephen Miller in Washington, D.C., Monday evening to protest President Trump's border policies. The activists chanted slogans and handed out "Wanted" fliers depicting Miller as a "white nationalist" who kidnaps children, among other "crimes against humanity."
One of the residents hung a couple of the fliers depicting her neighbor as a kidnapper in the building's elevator:
Unfortunately for the activists, Miller wasn't home -- he was attending a campaign rally with President Trump in Columbia, South Carolina. So his neighbors in CityCenterDC got to be the beneficiaries of the group's annoying theatrics.
According to WFMY News 2, the protesters refused to name which group sent them, identifying themselves simply as "concerned D.C. residents." They stood in front of Miller's apartment building chanting "Not in our name" and "Immigrants are welcome here."
"This evil man lives in this building and we want our neighbors to know that he is dangerous and we won't -- we won't stand for it," a protester declared through a bullhorn.
The "concerned citizens" blared a ProPublica audio clip of crying immigrant children, which coincidentally, is the same audio the Soros-linked CREDO Action group blared outside of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen's Virginia townhouse on Friday.
WFMY reports that "CityCenterDC is a mixed-use development of million-dollar-plus condos, apartments, offices and upscale shopping, including Dior, Bulgari and Louis Vuitton."
At one point, according to WFMY, an annoyed building resident reportedly got into an argument with one of the protesters. However, some of the residents reportedly supported the demonstration.
In the past week, protesters have targeted Trump-supporting officials such as Press Sec. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Kirstjen Nielsen, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, and Miller, harassing them in public and at their homes. And members of Trump's family -- including his young son -- have been viciously attacked on social media.
"If you see anybody from that cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them," CA Democrat Maxine Waters urged fellow travelers over the weekend. "You tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere."