Who is Emily Miller?
I’m what people call a “DC Insider.” But, I’m not like the rest of them. I tell the whole truth. It gets me in trouble. And I have made a lot of enemies. I’ve also made a lot of loyal friends (who aren’t dogs.)
I’ve been a national TV reporter and a presidential appointee. There’s even a Hollywood movie character based on me. But I’m the real Emily Miller.
I have a rare combination of experience in my career. I’ve been a journalist in mainstream media (ABC News, NBC News) and conservative media (Fox, OAN, The Washington Times.)
Also, I’ve worked in the most powerful offices in the government as a strategic advisor and spokesman at the FDA, the State Department and Capitol Hill. I know everyone in this town. That access gets me inside information.
I have worked for and with the most powerful people in media and government in Washington. I know them. They don’t scare me. That makes me dangerous (which is surprising when you meet me in person and see I’m barely 5’2”.)
I’m a published author of the book Emily Gets Her Gun. I’ve won multiple awards for investigative journalism. My reporting has led to the laws being changed in DC and Virginia. I will fight for the Constitution, the under dog, the rights of individuals, fairness and common sense. The fight is for freedom.
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I’ve never taken money from advertisers in my career.
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I’ve stayed as clean of influence as possible in order for my readers to know they can trust me.
I named this newsletter for the journalist Emily Post, who wrote iconic books on etiquette, because we need a place for civilized debate on politics and culture.
I can no longer stand to be called names, get in online fights with strangers, threatened or have my heart rate go up simply because I tweeted, jumped in comments on a website or posted on Facebook.
You will find here a place of civility, respect for each other’s opinion and a calm place to read, learn and engage. People like the ones in the photo below — who protested to get my fired outside my office on a weekday — cannot rattle us.
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Emily Miller @emilymillerDid FDA Approval of Pfizer Vaccine Change Minds? Unlikely but vaccination rates will increase from new mandates New #EmilyPosts here: https://t.co/aJtWlHYJic
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