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(Politicus USA)   Bargain bin Nosferatu Stephen Miller is suing Joe Biden over his acceptance of immigration   (politicususa.com) divider line
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2021-04-23 4:08:51 AM  
If you want to make up lawsuits, champ, be ready when Pauly Shore comes at you for copyright infringement for looking like him.
 
2021-04-23 4:13:44 AM  
He really misses those pictures of kids in cages.
It has been a whole month since he saw any.
 
2021-04-23 4:14:17 AM  
Stephen Miller is Stephen Miller, I was gonna insult him but nothing I could come up with compared to just how....pathetic and evil he is.
 
2021-04-23 4:17:56 AM  
Lol. What a cuck.
 
2021-04-23 4:18:41 AM  
So, treating someone humanely is grounds for a lawsuit?

Yeah, fark off you Nazi. He's not even hiding it now.
 
2021-04-23 4:21:15 AM  
"Will no one rid me of this turbulent miller?"
 
2021-04-23 4:22:55 AM  
I thought Trump said sitting presidents can't be sued?
 
2021-04-23 4:23:29 AM  
Yeah, this will be about as "successful" as the 60+ "Kraken" lawsuits that tried to keep your incompetent joke of a boss in power.
 
2021-04-23 4:24:13 AM  
Ah yes, the "diseased immigrant is going to replace you, what are you going to do about it white man?"
 
2021-04-23 4:24:40 AM  

taipei_lad: Yeah, this will be about as "successful" as the 60+ "Kraken" lawsuits that tried to keep your incompetent joke of a boss in power.


The public stunt of the lawsuit and establishing that all immigration is Joe's fault is the goal.
 
2021-04-23 4:25:00 AM  
flooding their estate with untested, Covid infected illegal immigrants.

as opposed to the untested covid infected non vaccinated texans.
 
2021-04-23 4:28:56 AM  

log_jammin: flooding their estate with untested, Covid infected illegal immigrants.

as opposed to the untested covid infected non vaccinated texans.


Yeah, it's gonna be hard to push that through when the previous case the judge heard was "Unvaccinated Moms vs Biden" begging the courts to allow them not to vaccinate their demon spawn because Jeezus.
 
2021-04-23 4:31:50 AM  
If he was smart he'd slither away like the snaky cockroach he is, but he won't
 
2021-04-23 4:44:09 AM  
I'm tempted to get a JD and pass y bar so I can sue Stephen Miller for one Captain America style punch for being an unmitigated Nazi.
 
2021-04-23 4:52:31 AM  
Read that as Barbara bin Nosferatu Stephen Miller and was like, holy shiat, that's one hell of a name.
 
2021-04-23 5:00:21 AM  
States have no say over immigration.
 
2021-04-23 5:20:02 AM  
If somebody, somewhere is keeping a list of people the world would be better without (and I'm not saying anyone is doing this, just If), and they don't have Stephen Six-Head at or near the top, they aren't very good at list making.
 
2021-04-23 5:22:17 AM  

mistahtom: States have no say over immigration.


Oddly enough, the do. The Trump Department of Homeland Security made an agreement with border States to give them certain rights to prevent changes in immigration policy if those changes affect them. That agreement might be challenged but as of now it stands. Quite likely Miller had a hand in pressing that deal in place at the end of Trump's term.
 
2021-04-23 5:39:04 AM  
wademh:

The Trump Department of Homeland Security made an agreement with border States to give them certain rights to prevent changes in immigration policy if those changes affect them.

An agreement Biden is under no obligation to uphold since it is just a policy that exists at the whim of the executive, and not a law written by Congress.
 
2021-04-23 5:42:08 AM  

wademh: mistahtom: States have no say over immigration.

Oddly enough, the do. The Trump Department of Homeland Security made an agreement with border States to give them certain rights to prevent changes in immigration policy if those changes affect them. That agreement might be challenged but as of now it stands. Quite likely Miller had a hand in pressing that deal in place at the end of Trump's term.


That's an inequity policy that really shouldn't exist given how many illegal things Trump did.
 
2021-04-23 5:50:31 AM  
mistahtom:

That's an inequity policy that really shouldn't exist given how many illegal things Trump did.

Biden knows how to dot the right I's and cross the correct T's to repeal the agreement, but the APA does require a mandatory review period for the change to be upheld so it's going to take more than an EO to fix it.
 
2021-04-23 6:02:07 AM  

wademh: mistahtom: States have no say over immigration.

Oddly enough, the do. The Trump Department of Homeland Security made an agreement with border States to give them certain rights to prevent changes in immigration policy if those changes affect them. That agreement might be challenged but as of now it stands. Quite likely Miller had a hand in pressing that deal in place at the end of Trump's term.


No, sorry. The former President can't tie his successor's hands like that.
 
2021-04-23 6:03:03 AM  

Murkanen: wademh:

The Trump Department of Homeland Security made an agreement with border States to give them certain rights to prevent changes in immigration policy if those changes affect them.

An agreement Biden is under no obligation to uphold since it is just a policy that exists at the whim of the executive, and not a law written by Congress.


For the time being, he is obligated to uphold it via a court order.
To be clear, the issue is a 12th hour pact signed by  Cuccinelli to give States and certain other groups 6 months prior notice to certain changes that would affect them. There was also an agreement with ICE and BP unions.

I agree that they are unlikely to survive court challenges long term but so far the courts have issued at least one injunction stopping Biden from enacting a pause in deportations. Other courts have denied similar requests but not on the issue of whether or not the agreement was valid.

Meanwhile, I believe the injunction remains in effect in Texas.
 
2021-04-23 6:10:04 AM  

wademh: mistahtom: States have no say over immigration.

Oddly enough, the do. The Trump Department of Homeland Security made an agreement with border States to give them certain rights to prevent changes in immigration policy if those changes affect them. That agreement might be challenged but as of now it stands. Quite likely Miller had a hand in pressing that deal in place at the end of Trump's term.


If that agreement was made while Chad Wolf was acting DHS Secretary, it's not worth the paper it's printed on.
 
2021-04-23 6:12:34 AM  

qorkfiend: wademh: mistahtom: States have no say over immigration.

Oddly enough, the do. The Trump Department of Homeland Security made an agreement with border States to give them certain rights to prevent changes in immigration policy if those changes affect them. That agreement might be challenged but as of now it stands. Quite likely Miller had a hand in pressing that deal in place at the end of Trump's term.

No, sorry. The former President can't tie his successor's hands like that.


It's an interesting question regarding what a President may do that the next President can't simply undo.

Can a President grant certain employment rights to a union in a bargaining agreement?
Can the next President simply nullify such an agreement?

People apparently have strong situational opinions about what "should" and "should not" be the case. Case law doesn't appear to be as clear.
 
2021-04-23 6:24:51 AM  
One of his complaints will be suing for "extreme grief over loss of sexual gratification" cause he can't jerk off over kids crying being separated from their parents and them sleeping on concrete floors of a cage
 
2021-04-23 6:31:45 AM  
This sounds like someone that has applied to all the traditional conservative think tanks for jobs and they all declined.
 
2021-04-23 6:39:11 AM  

Theeng: Stephen Miller is Stephen Miller, I was gonna insult him but nothing I could come up with compared to just how....pathetic and evil he is.


Jewish Nazi. Not that being Jewish is bad; the paradox and how pathetic it is.
 
2021-04-23 6:40:41 AM  
If he has standing for this, do I have standing to sue Miller for defamation of character for calling himself an American, merely in my standing as a citizen?
It would seem so.
 
2021-04-23 6:41:18 AM  

johnphantom: Theeng: Stephen Miller is Stephen Miller, I was gonna insult him but nothing I could come up with compared to just how....pathetic and evil he is.

Jewish Nazi. Not that being Jewish is bad; the paradox and how pathetic it is.


"Capo" is shorter, and has historical cache.
 
2021-04-23 6:44:31 AM  

jso2897: johnphantom: Theeng: Stephen Miller is Stephen Miller, I was gonna insult him but nothing I could come up with compared to just how....pathetic and evil he is.

Jewish Nazi. Not that being Jewish is bad; the paradox and how pathetic it is.

"Capo" is shorter, and has historical cache.


I only know Capo in terms of the Mafia - a captain. My teen years best friend's name is Capozzoli.
 
2021-04-23 6:47:07 AM  
From what I hear in the construction industry, owners cannot find contractors to do work, and contractors cannot find enough skilled labor.  Either the people who are worried about being "replaced" need to skill-up and get out in the work force, or we need a program to get more immigrants here and into the construction force.  This could include fast-tracking anyone with construction experience/skills and/or setting up a program where local skilled laborers train new immigrants for construction jobs.  They (the original local skilled laborers) get to move into a more managerial role.
The lack of construction labor is only going to get worse if we kick start our national infrastructure renewal projects.
 
2021-04-23 6:53:18 AM  

johnphantom: jso2897: johnphantom: Theeng: Stephen Miller is Stephen Miller, I was gonna insult him but nothing I could come up with compared to just how....pathetic and evil he is.

Jewish Nazi. Not that being Jewish is bad; the paradox and how pathetic it is.

"Capo" is shorter, and has historical cache.

I only know Capo in terms of the Mafia - a captain. My teen years best friend's name is Capozzoli.


In a nutshell, the SS used a system of self-administration in the camps to save manpower by using detainees to supervise and abuse other detainees.  These prisoner administrators or Kapos tended to be selected from violent backgrounds, enforced forced labor protocols and brutalized their fellow captives.

No one likes a collaborator, especially when they side with the literal SS to brutalize their own people.
 
2021-04-23 6:54:41 AM  

jso2897: johnphantom: Theeng: Stephen Miller is Stephen Miller, I was gonna insult him but nothing I could come up with compared to just how....pathetic and evil he is.

Jewish Nazi. Not that being Jewish is bad; the paradox and how pathetic it is.

"Capo" is shorter, and has historical cache.


"Capos" were in camps themselves. Members of the Judenrat were not, but there isn't a catchy name for them.
 
2021-04-23 6:54:47 AM  

fzumrk: From what I hear in the construction industry, owners cannot find contractors to do work, and contractors cannot find enough skilled labor.  Either the people who are worried about being "replaced" need to skill-up and get out in the work force, or we need a program to get more immigrants here and into the construction force.  This could include fast-tracking anyone with construction experience/skills and/or setting up a program where local skilled laborers train new immigrants for construction jobs.  They (the original local skilled laborers) get to move into a more managerial role.
The lack of construction labor is only going to get worse if we kick start our national infrastructure renewal projects.


Pish posh.  t's fine to use unskilled labour to build critical infrastructure.  What's the worst that could happen?
 
2021-04-23 6:54:49 AM  
Just a reminder that the whole "diseased immigrant is going to replace you as a white conserative voter" is a keystone dogwhistle tenant of White Nationalism's quest for a white authoritarian ethnostate. It's literally a gross oversimplification of the 14 words.
 
2021-04-23 6:57:50 AM  
How he is allowed to show his face in public without catching a beating every time is a serious indictment of our country.
 
2021-04-23 7:17:03 AM  

taipei_lad: Yeah, this will be about as "successful" as the 60+ "Kraken" lawsuits that tried to keep your incompetent joke of a boss in power.


It's propaganda and right out of Donald's playbook.  It makes it seem like Biden is doing something wrong to their unquestioning sheep.
Of course Stephen lacks standing, and Texas is greatly benefitting from the Biden administration's policies.
Is the Texas AG suing Biden as a private citizen, or officially as representative for Texas?
Oh and man, that rover on Mars heard Miller's dog whistle, and damaged it's sensors.
 
2021-04-23 7:18:08 AM  
Ha ha! Good luck with that, you friggin Nazi!
 
2021-04-23 7:18:25 AM  

wademh: qorkfiend: wademh: mistahtom: States have no say over immigration.

Oddly enough, the do. The Trump Department of Homeland Security made an agreement with border States to give them certain rights to prevent changes in immigration policy if those changes affect them. That agreement might be challenged but as of now it stands. Quite likely Miller had a hand in pressing that deal in place at the end of Trump's term.

No, sorry. The former President can't tie his successor's hands like that.

It's an interesting question regarding what a President may do that the next President can't simply undo.

Can a President grant certain employment rights to a union in a bargaining agreement?
Can the next President simply nullify such an agreement?

People apparently have strong situational opinions about what "should" and "should not" be the case. Case law doesn't appear to be as clear.


No.  Most if, not all, CBAs related for federal employees that involved anti employee EOs are being looked over and re negotiated.  See the VA labor contracts.
 
2021-04-23 7:18:28 AM  

Night Train to Wakanda: I'm tempted to get a JD and pass y bar so I can sue Stephen Miller for one Captain America style punch for being an unmitigated Nazi.


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2021-04-23 7:36:56 AM  
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2021-04-23 7:42:04 AM  
Bargain bin Nosferatu

Now I want to call Stephen Miller "Bargain, son of Nosferatu".
 
2021-04-23 7:47:48 AM  
To be fair, Stevie is aghast at the idea that there will be yet MOAR brown girls out there that won't sleep with him.

It should be interesting to see how suing a seated President goes. Oh, wait, that's just a disengenuous talking point for suing the Fed.
 
2021-04-23 7:49:29 AM  
untested, Covid infected

It still baffles me that dumb sh*t like this actually convinces people.
 
2021-04-23 7:52:15 AM  
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2021-04-23 7:53:43 AM  
I should petition the court for full term retroactive abortions for people like Miller.
 
2021-04-23 8:01:29 AM  
Other legal issues (and there are several) aside, what standing does Miller have to Sue in these circumstances?
 
2021-04-23 8:02:12 AM  

WeatherNerd: johnphantom: jso2897: johnphantom: Theeng: Stephen Miller is Stephen Miller, I was gonna insult him but nothing I could come up with compared to just how....pathetic and evil he is.

Jewish Nazi. Not that being Jewish is bad; the paradox and how pathetic it is.

"Capo" is shorter, and has historical cache.

I only know Capo in terms of the Mafia - a captain. My teen years best friend's name is Capozzoli.

In a nutshell, the SS used a system of self-administration in the camps to save manpower by using detainees to supervise and abuse other detainees.  These prisoner administrators or Kapos tended to be selected from violent backgrounds, enforced forced labor protocols and brutalized their fellow captives.

No one likes a collaborator, especially when they side with the literal SS to brutalize their own people.


Yep.

One of the only groups Viktor Frankl in Man's Search For Meaning (a book about his experiences in the concentration camps, and his psychiatric analysis of how those lessons could help trauma victims) held any scorn for beside the Nazis was the kapos.

They were often especially brutal, because if they displeased the SS they would be in the showers themselves.

That's really what I see with Miller. He knows white supremacists hate him. However, if he can be brutal enough, they'll keep him around- much like Ernst Rohm was allowed (gay man who was head of the SA) along with the kapos.
 
2021-04-23 8:06:53 AM  
His melon head + baseball bat = PPV event of the decade!
 
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