In the clip, Miller made vague accusations about “gun nuts” he said were pursuing him. An old clip that has since re-emerged shows Miller responding to a question about the Second Amendment. He responded, “Go f*** yourself.”
This behavior is unbecoming of anyone holding a leadership position. State Senator Joshua Miller has proven once again the he does not have the composure required to represent every constituent in his district and must resign immediately. https://t.co/MZdKqm13kT— Joe Powers (@RIGOPChairman) June 23, 2023
WARNING: The following clip contains language that some viewers might find offensive.Police said after they let Miller go they reviewed footage from a camera at the shopping center and observed the Democrat keying the victim’s car. Officers later visited Miller at his home, where they say he admitted to his actions when confronted with the evidence. He was charged with vandalism and malicious injury to property, arraigned and then released. Police said in a statement on the matter of the destruction of property that no one “is above the law, including those who make and enforce the laws.” “The Officers who handled this investigation did so with fairness, integrity, and without preferential treatment. I would expect no less from the fine men and women of the Cranston Police Department,” Cranston Police Col. Michael Winquist said. Miller, who was first elected to the Rhode Island state Senate in 2006, is scheduled to appear in court on July 18. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.