Border Agency chief condemns retweet of ‘offensive’ comment by former Trump adviser from official CBP account

The official CBP Twitter account for the agency’s West Texas Division retweeted the following two posts: Stephen Miller Former White House speechwriter and senior adviser President Donald TrumpIn one of the tweets Miller wrote: to conquer them. “
“The use of CBP’s Twitter account to R/T offensive and unauthorized content is completely unacceptable and disappointing,” said CBP Commissioner Chris Magnus. tweet. “Content removed and account disabled. Professional Responsibility Office will investigate. Please don’t let this happen again.”
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Miller didn’t elaborate on his remarks about people whose “only crimes are disputing,” but his tweets came at a time when the Justice Department charged many individuals with crimes. January 6, 2021 attack On the U.S. Capitol and the ongoing investigation into efforts to undermine the certification of the 2020 election.

In another tweet by Miller shared by the regional CBP office, he wrote: Eradicating our borders means we are no longer a republic.He ended nearly 250 years of constitutional government.The media is silent.

CNN reported on Saturday: Miller has a subpoena from the Department of Justice, according to the source. The agency is seeking information about Save America PAC, the so-called “fake electors,” and communications between Miller and numerous people. There is no public evidence that Miller is involved in the False Electoral Conspiracy.

In a separate statement, CBP said Miller’s tweet “does not reflect the values ​​of this administration and our work to rebuild a humane, orderly and safe immigration system.”


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