‘That is crazy!’ Gruesome photo NY Times uses of Stephen Miller goes WAY over the line

This may be a new low even for The New York Times.

A gruesome cover photo for a Tuesday headline by the publication left many wondering if there was “no end to their insanity.”

The disturbing image of senior White House adviser Stephen Miller’s head on a spike crossed the line for many who seemed to not believe what they were seeing at first.

The image was apparently a clip from “The Late Show” with Stephen Colbert in which the Trump adviser was mocked for appearing on multiple shows defending the president’s actions.

Even those who would not call themselves fans of Miller, however,  saw the image used by the Times as inappropriate, to say the least.

Not surprisingly, the Times has not yet removed the image since it saw nothing wrong with it initially. Of course, if this was a conservative publication and that was former President Obama’s White House adviser Valerie Jarrett, well, that would be a different story.

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