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Trump Official Is Photographed Straightening His Tie. But His Hands Reveal an Ominous Secret Message, Some Say

An image of White House advisor Stephen Miller is making the rounds on the internet — and it allegedly shows him making the “white power” hand gesture on live TV.

Except, as Mediaite so eloquently pointed out, he was just fixing his tie before appearing on “Face the Nation.”

Take a look at the picture in question:

DailyKOS made a point on February 21 to insist that Miller is a white supremacist and that his gesture was some sort of anti-Semitic, “white power” shout out.

Here’s their reasoning behind such a strong accusation.

  • The right hand, on top, is showing just three fingers: “W”.
  • His left hand curls to make the “P” formation.
  • WP. White Power. White nationalists know exactly what that sign means.
  • According to the Anti-Defamation League, this is a common white supremacist hand sign “particularly” used in California. (Stephen Miller is from Santa Monica.)

One Twitter user was even kind enough to share some examples:

Except that none of those are the same. At all.

One, unlike some of the images, Miller doesn’t extend his thumb for the “W”. Two, his other hand is barely making the same circular shape as the “P” in “white power.”

But unfortunately for the White House advisor, this image has been so popular over the past few days that even Snopes decided to look into it. And to no one’s surprise, they tore the theory to pieces.

They even had Anti-Defamation League senior researcher Mark Pitcavage look at it, and he wasn’t convinced in the slightest:

“A photo of White House staffer Stephen Miller has been circulating on social media in which people claim that Miller is surreptitiously sending a ‘white power’ hand sign to, one presumes, viewers. However, he seems merely to be adjusting his suit and tie, while his hand positioning does not actually resemble the ‘WP’ hand sign that some California-based white supremacist street gang members use.

More importantly, there is no reason why Miller would even know of such an obscure symbol, much less use it, and in any case, Miller is Jewish and would be rejected by white supremacists on that basis. There is simply no credibility to this claim.”

While Miller may be a conservative adviser who’s championing President Trump’s agenda, he isn’t a white supremacist nor is he throwing up “white power” hand gestures on TV.

Fake news!

From IJR.