On Monday, a group of leftist protesters answered California Democrat Rep. Maxine Waters’ call for more personal targeting of members of the Trump administration by descending on the Washington, D.C. apartment of White House adviser Stephen Miller, widely considered the architect of Trump’s immigration policy.
In their protests at his private residence, the activists handed Miller’s neighbors “WANTED” flyers with a black and white photo of Miller scowling. The supposed crimes of the “white nationalist” and “Trump lackey,” the flyers allege: “kidnapping 2,500 children” and “crimes against humanity,” among others.
In addition to the “WANTED” flyers, the activists passed out “MISSING PERSONS” flyers featuring the infamous TIME Magazine cover image of the girl who quickly became the face of the separation of illegal immigrant families at the border. However, as more details emerged about the girl and her mother shown in the viral picture, the narrative fell apart: The girl and her mother were never separated; the mother, a Honduran woman, was deported in 2013, and her husband says she abandoned her three other children in Honduras and took their two-year-old daughter against the family’s will in the hope of getting asylum, based on precedent set by the Obama administration. He also says his wife paid $6,000 to human traffickers to get her into the country illegally. Key details of his account have been confirmed by authorities.
Here are images of the flyers and some video footage of the targeting of Miller from the DCist’s Rachel Sadon (h/t The Daily Caller):