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Activist Teacher Goes Back To 3rd Grade To Bully Stephen Miller

She’s in the anti-Trump army.

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On Wednesday morning, the Hollywood Reporter published a story titled “Stephen Miller’s Third-Grade Teacher: He Was a “Loner” and Ate Glue.”

In it, Miller’s third grade teacher at Franklin  Elementary in Santa Monica, California, went after the now-White House Senior Adviser.

His teacher, Nikki Fiske, describes Miller as a weird loner that ate glue. She claims her concerns drew so strong about him that she wrote a long report about his alleged behavior, only to have it whited out by the school’s principle for being too harsh.

Whether or not the claims made in the story are true is virtually impossible to verify.

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But what can be verified is that his 3rd grade teacher is a left-wing activist who likes a Facebook page called “Anti-Trump Army.”

Along with her anti-Trump likes, she has multiple pictures showing both her strong support for former President Barack Obama, and gay marriage.

Below is a screenshot of her Facebook page, and an archived version of it can be accessed by clicking this link.

Here are just a few of the pages she ‘likes.’

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