At a rally in Illinois with TFG, Congresscritter Mary Miller (White Supremacist-Illinois) said the quiet part on blast about Friday’s SCOTUS ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.
Miller faced criticism for her remarks, which caused her campaign to go into damage control mode to help clean-up another one of her messes.
Campaign spokesman Isaiah Wartman said, “You can clearly see she is reading off a piece of paper, she meant to say ‘right to life.'”
MAGAt Miller later tweeted, “I will always defend the RIGHT TO LIFE!”
This isn’t Miller’s first dust up with White Supremacy.
The day of the MAGAt attack on our nation’s Capitol Building, newly-sworn in MAGAt Miller stood on the steps and quoted the German Nazi leader, Adolf Hitler, and claimed he “was right on one thing.”
Miller’s husband’s pickup truck was seen on Capitol grounds on January 6, 2021 with a rather prominent decal promoting the “Three Percenters” militia group. Chris Miller claimed he knew nothing about the “radical militia group” and said his son received the sticker “from a family friend who said that it represented patriotism and love of country.” His own social media posts proved otherwise.
In videos posted online, including one video posted to his own Facebook page, he stood in front of a Three Percenters banner — and a QAnon sign — last year as he railed against Democrats.
“We can be thankful [that] neither ‘Crooked Hillary’ or ‘Creepy, Sleepy Joe’ will ever be the president of the United States,” he said in the video, which was shot at a May 2020 rally in Springfield, Illinois, where he and many others protested state measures to curb the COVID-19 pandemic. “We can be thankful … that we have a great American patriot in the White House that is determined to make America great again.”
In another video of his remarks posted online, Chris Miller declared, “We have identified our domestic enemies as Nancy Pelosi.”
Take a few moments to watch the video clip below. It’s pretty much what many of us have been saying about the real reason Roe had to go: