Nikki Fiske just introduced herself as Stephen Miller's third-grade teacher and, boy, does she have some stories to tell.
Ms. Fiske wrote an essay that has since been published in the Hollywood Reporter.
In the essay, she described her experience of having Miller in her classroom at Santa Monica's Franklin Elementary School.
She first described him as the character "Pig Pen" from the comic Peanuts.
"Do you remember that character in Peanuts, the one called Pig Pen, with the dust cloud and crumbs flying all around him? That was Stephen Miller at 8. I was always trying to get him to clean up his desk — he always had stuff mashed up in there."
Fiske went on to detail one of the strange habits that the White House senior adviser practiced.
"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."
Nikki didn't stop there.
She continued to call Miller a "loner" and said that she had a lot of concerns about him. She had so many concerns, in fact, that she listed them all in his school record.
"When the school principal had a conference with Stephen's parents, the parents were horrified. So the principal took some white-out and blanked out all my comments."
It seems that the American public will never know exactly what Fiske's concerns were about 8-year-old Stephen Miller.
Fiske's entire essay can be read here.
Some people are feeling uncomfortable tingles of sympathy for Miller's kid-self.
@kylegriffin1 Don’t make me feel bad for him. Please.— Megan Sutherland (@Megan Sutherland)1539228656.0
@kylegriffin1 That’s kind of sad really. And believe me I’m not a fan. But as a retired teacher I can’t help but fe… https://t.co/IaOH5Bd7iR— Kathy Sanders (@Kathy Sanders)1539234144.0
@kylegriffin1 I'm absolutely positive that Stephen Miller is a horrible human being. But I'm pretty conflicted abou… https://t.co/xenInXV65N— Lisa Daily 🌸 (@Lisa Daily 🌸)1539266049.0
@kylegriffin1 He needs a hug— Chamchu (@Chamchu)1539228804.0
But mostly, people feel that Fiske's description explains a lot.
@BreitFoxNews @kylegriffin1 It’s news in that it connects the dots. He was a troubled kid who grew up to be an evil… https://t.co/W9reeSDFbl— Monica Graham (@Monica Graham)1539255413.0
@kylegriffin1 He looks like the kid who would bring a gun to school.— Welsh G. (@Welsh G.)1539229012.0
@kylegriffin1 @AmoneyResists Wow, he was a dead-eyed Nosferatu even at age 8.— Tea & Sorcery (@Tea & Sorcery)1539229113.0
@StephenMillerAL But wait. You ATE glue. Didn't even sniff it, just went all out and ATE it. Well, now everythin… https://t.co/lCRbaDB4V6— Bill Jacobs (@Bill Jacobs)1539230913.0
@kylegriffin1 "He was a loner and ate glue" This explains a lot.— Island Girl 🏝🌺🌼🌻 (@Island Girl 🏝🌺🌼🌻)1539231158.0
I don't know where to go with the information that the Chief Executive Nazi in the White House was a weird loner wh… https://t.co/uUETjq3qbY— Nameless Cynic (@Nameless Cynic)1539236375.0
@HuffPostPol @RbrRobyn Easily the least disgusting thing this dude has done. Just today even.— D. Earl Stephens (@D. Earl Stephens)1539227944.0
I feel vindicated for all the times I’ve made jokes about Stephen Miller eating glue. My mind wow. https://t.co/FamBhI5qtB— Calvin (@Calvin)1539189823.0
In most recent news, the glue-eater has proposed banning Chinese students from attending American colleges and universities because he's worried that they could be spies.