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White House adviser Stephen Miller, a “true believer” in Trumpism, spent Sunday spewing falsehoods across the airwaves that were too inane even for Fox News.
“There’s no such thing as judicial supremacy,” Miller said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” when discussing the court’s ruling on President Trump’s immigration ban last week.
“What the judges did, both at the ninth and at the district level, was to take power for themselves that belongs squarely in the hands of the president of the United States,” he concluded.
“Stephen, the three judges say you’re flat wrong,” “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace told Miller.
But Miller was undaunted in his defense of Trump.
“No, the three judges made a broad, overreaching statement,” Miller insisted. “This is a judicial usurpation of power.”
Miller also insisted that the real national story was actually voter fraud, for which there is no evidence, rather than the issue of Trump versus the courts.
“There are massive numbers of non-citizens in this country who are registered to vote,” Miller told ABC News. “That is a scandal; we should stop the presses. That’s the story we should be talking about, and I’m prepared to go on any show, anywhere, anytime and repeat it and say the president of the United States is correct, 100 percent.”
After reviewing a highlight reel of Miller’s various appearances, the “Morning Joe” hosts weighed in…