The mobocracy of social media lashed out Saturday night against an Illinois congresswoman after a slip of the tongue was deemed incontrovertible proof that she and her party are white supremacists.
Rep. Mary Miller (R-IL). 62, joined former President Donald Trump on stage Saturday night during a Save America rally at the Adams County Fairgrounds in Mendon, Illinois. The president endorsed Miller ahead of Tuesday’s primary and, when introduced, she began with her gratitude.
“Thank you so much President Trump,” Miller expressed before adding, “I am so honored to have your endorsement.”
As she went on to note the historic ruling from the Supreme Court that overturned Roe v. Wade, an error in reading her prepared remarks equated to kicking a digital hornet’s nest as the attacks against her character flooded in.
“President Trump, on behalf of all the MAGA patriots in America, I want to thank you for the historic victory for white life in the Supreme Court yesterday,” Miller stated.
The lawmaker looked to be aware of her mistake as she issued her remarks, pausing after the word “white” before carrying on with the speech, “Our victories for life and the Second Amendment would never have been possible if the never Trump RINOs had gotten their way.”
Unfortunately, her gaffe satisfied the worldview of the left and filled in their Bingo cards in order to proclaim without a doubt that Miller, Trump and everyone who applauded at the rally were racist, white nationalists. Never mind that nearly 40% of all abortions in America since Roe vs. Wade have been by black women, according to the Boston Herald.
I miss the old days when they wore white hoods to hide their racism..🤔
Miller to Trump “I want to thank you for the historic victory for WHITE life in the Supreme Court yesterday”
BTW This is the same woman who said “Hitler was right on one thing” pic.twitter.com/cpSzxxigr0
— Jim Sheridan (@Jim_Sheridan) June 26, 2022
Rep. Mary Miller (IL-15): "President Trump, on behalf of all the MAGA patriots in America, I want to thank you for the historic victory for white life in the Supreme Court yesterday."
They aren't even trying to hide their racism anymore. America, VOTE in November! #DemVoice1
— James (@JamesTheLiberal) June 26, 2022
“The historic victory for white life” Like how much more clear can they be
— 🏁 (@breeerenay) June 26, 2022
As the uproar across Twitter continued, Miller attempted to reign in the nonsensical claims with a social media post featuring her with her husband and their 17 grandchildren captioned, “I will always defend the RIGHT TO LIFE.”
I will always defend the RIGHT TO LIFE! pic.twitter.com/BUh5vnk5Vs
— Mary Miller (@Miller_Congress) June 26, 2022
That remained an insignificant effort as nothing could be said to alter the conclusions that had already been drawn.
Folks saying it was a Freudian slip give her too much credit.
She Was Reading
By all logic it appears she wrote it out before hand and read what she wrote, openly admitting that SCOTUS’s Roe repeal is based on white supremacy.
— Qasim Rashid, Esq. (@QasimRashid) June 26, 2022
for those of you who will claim this is a slip of the tongue, miller famously said "hitler was right about one thing, whoever has the youth has the future" on the morning of january 6 – which got lost in the chaos. https://t.co/ufSNvkJKVD https://t.co/SoBV9oYUPW
— hasanabi (@hasanthehun) June 26, 2022
NBC News Senior National Political Reporter Natasha Korecki presented the representative’s remark and a statement from her campaign that endeavored to halt the smear against her.
NEW: Mary Miller campaign tells me that at tonight’s Trump rally the congresswoman misread her prepared remarks at tonight’s Illinois Trump rally in Mendon and meant to say “right to life” not white life.
— Natasha Korecki (@natashakorecki) June 26, 2022
“Mary Miller campaign tells me that at tonight’s Trump rally the congresswoman misread her prepared remarks at tonight’s Illinois Trump rally in Mendon and meant to say ‘right to life’ not white life.”
After noting that Miller had apologized for quoting Adolf Hitler on Jan. 6, the reporter continued the thread with a quote from the lawmakers team that read, “To suggest that she is somehow not committed to defending all life is disgusting. She has the most Pro-Life voting record in Congress and is the proud grandmother of two beautiful grandchildren with down syndrome.”
However, for the “tolerant” and “understanding” members of the mob on the left, while President Joe Biden’s handlers micromanage every confounded utterance he issues forth, an apparent minor gaffe from a Republican cannot be swept aside with correction.
“Why didn’t she apologize and correct herself right then and there in front of her audience then? Instead, she urged the crowd to applaud what she just ‘mistakenly’ said,” one person asked.
She said what she meant and meant what she said.
— Making Sense (@MakingSense123) June 26, 2022
“Exactly. She said what she meant and meant what she said,” another followed up as Korecki was accused of carrying water for Miller proving that facts will not stand in the way of their feelings.
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