Between frothing about “cosmopolitans” or getting escorted out of CNN by security, it’s rare to capture Senior White House policy advisor Stephen Miller in a humanlike moment.
We take what we can. Like today for example, when Jim Lo Scalzo from EPA photos captured Miller asleep during President Trump’s wildly delusional over-an-hour-long briefing on school shootings.
I strongly encourage the Pulitzer committee or at least my mom to take a look at this person’s fine work.
I can correctly blame Miller for the downfall of our nation, but I can’t quite penalize him for falling asleep during Trump’s speech, which was particularly divorced from reality today.
Perhaps these quotes triggered the poor snowflake into sleep.
“We lose a lot with Canada. People don’t know it. Canada is very smooth. They have you believe that it’s wonderful. And it is — for them. Not wonderful for us; it’s wonderful for them. So we have to start showing that we know what we’re doing.”
“So we have to confront the issue, and we have to discuss mental health, and we have to do something about it. You know, in the old days, we had mental institutions. We had a lot of them, and you could nab somebody like this. Because, you know, they did — they knew he was — something was off. You had to know that.”
Here’s what Twitter had to say.
Poor Stephen Miller.
— David Leopold (@DavidLeopold) February 26, 2018
I don’t know about our school kids, but I feel personally safer knowing that Stephen Miller is asleep on the job. https://t.co/Mr6eoQK83M
— Ami Nahshon (@AmiNahshon) February 26, 2018
i guess you could say stephen miller was a DREAMer https://t.co/4NcRva1ctX
— kelly cohen (@politiCOHEN_) February 26, 2018
Of course, Miller can in no way match Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s infamous nap during the State of the Union when she got a little white wine drunk.