The emails, sent between 2015 and 2016, expose how Miller frequently used white supremacist literature as a reference point Online Cigarettes Store USA for broader ideas. He linked to white nationalist websites such as VDare and American Renaissance; he promoted material from the conspiracy theory hub Infowars; shared conspiracy theories that a “white genocide” would be brought to America by immigration; and he touted the policies of the former president Calvin Coolidge, whose beliefs on racial purity were praised by Hitler.
In several of the leaked emails, we see how this content forms the basis of Miller’s broader conversation about immigration policy. In one email, Miller recommends a book that has a faeces-eating, Indian-born antagonist literally called “turd-eater” in it, and in which a white woman is raped to death by dark-skinned Newport Cigarettes Shop refugees. In that same email, Miller talks about the need to limit immigration and to prevent refugees from entering the US.During another discussion about immigration policy, Miller pays homage to Coolidge’s administration during the segregation era, which condemned race-mixing and signed extraordinarily strict immigration laws inspired by eugenics. He also shares the “white genocide” conspiracy theory while discussing whether the US will accept refugees following Hurricane Patricia. In an email, he says: “100 percent. And they will all get TPS [Temporary Protected Status] . And all the ones here will get TPS too. That needs to be the weekend’s BIG story. TPS is everything.” (Trump’s administration then denied TPS to Bahamans fleeing Hurricane Dorian.)
Miller, an architect of immigration policy when the Trump administration established a travel ban affecting Muslim-majority countries and forcibly separated children from their parents, sent these emails on his work account.
The content of his emails was described as “strikingly narrow” by Hatewatch, an arm of the Southern Law Poverty Center. Over 80% Cheap Newport 100s cigarettes of the emails relate to race or immigration and Hatewatch says it was unable to find a single example of “Miller writing sympathetically or even in neutral tones about any person who is nonwhite or foreign-born”.