Last week, it was a question of how many beers a Trump SCOTUS pick may have drunk in college.
Now, liberals are taking aim at what a Trump staffer ate in the third grade. Not even kidding.
Temporarily out of glowing exposes on the glamorous life of Beyonce and Kim Kardashian, The Hollywood Reporter published a nasty and piece by Trump aide Stephen Miller’s third grade teacher, Nikki Fiske, who smeared an 8-year-old Miller as a "loner" who once ate glue.
Again, not even kidding.
“I was always trying to get him to clean up his desk — he always had stuff mashed up in there. He was a strange dude. I remember he would take a bottle of glue — we didn't have glue sticks in those days — and he would pour the glue on his arm, let it dry, peel it off and then eat it,” Fiske recalled.
“I remember being concerned about him — not academically. He was OK with that, though I could never read his handwriting. But he had such strange personal habits. He was a loner and isolated and off by himself all the time.”
Hold the phone. You mean a third grade boy went off by himself and sometimes did weird stuff? Call the funny farm, post-haste!
“At the end of the year, I wrote all my concerns — and I had a lot of them — in his school record. When the school principal had a conference with Stephen's parents, the parents were horrified,” Fiske added.
The former teacher added she likens third-grade Miller to “Pig Pen,” a Peanuts character “with the dust cloud and crumbs flying all around him.”
And there you have it. That's literally the whole story. There's nothing else. If it weren’t nauseating enough that liberals just spent the better part of a month trying to get to the bottom of exactly how many keg stands Brett Kavanaugh may or may not have done 35 years ago, now we’re on to mocking a Trump staffer for being a weird kid with some odd personal habits in the third grade. May God spare us from modern “journalism.”
Full disclaimer: once, when I was in the first grade, I ate dirt on a dare. Let it be shown in the record books that I fessed up, should I ever work in Washington, D.C.
(Cover Photo: Gage Skidmore)