The Javanka Presidency: Ivanka Trump 'Quietly' Lobbying Congress For Gun ControlChris Menahan
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We voted for Donald Trump and got Javanka.
From Breitbart, "Report: Ivanka Trump Calling Congressional Members About Gun Control":
Ivanka Trump is reportedly calling members of Congress to feel out various gun control proposals and to figure out what needs to be done in order to get them passed.Incidentally, I think it was Vicky Ward's book Kushner, Inc. which detailed how the Obama administration waved ethics rules against hiring your own family members so that Javanka could get into Trump's administration. They hoped the two would be a "moderating" force.
They certainly were a moderating force when it came to pushing through the agenda Trump ran on, but they've been extremely radical when it comes to their own agenda.
Last week, CNN ran a story from Vicky Ward on how Kushner and his criminal blackmailer father Charles (who appears to be guiding his every decision) were the ones who pushed Trump to pardon money laundering fraudster Sholom Rubashkin, who made headlines around 2004 for running a Kosher slaughterhouse employing hundreds of illegal aliens which resembled a torture dungeon.
From CNN, "The inside story of how a kosher meat kingpin won clemency under Trump":
The Rubashkin commutation is one of the earliest examples of Kushner's success in persuading the President to make a decision that appeared to some in the White House to be a blatant example of cronyism and was out of step with their political messaging. The Rubashkin commutation was felt by those three senior White House staff who spoke to CNN, to be glaringly hypocritical, because of what one person called "the immigration element."CNN went on to note how Kushner got Trump to sign off on criminal justice reform -- which is letting out a bunch of violent criminals and sex offenders.
Late last month, Trump also pardoned Israeli-born drug smuggler Ronen Nahmani, even though the judge who sentenced him reportedly said he showed no remorse or concern for his victims. Jeffrey Epstein's lawyer, Alan Dershowitz, also heavily lobbied for Nahmani's pardon.
While Javanka on one hand are lobbying to get their own criminals like Sholom Rubashkin released from prison, on the other hand they're lobbying to turn law-abiding Trump supporters into criminals through "red flag" laws.
Trump on Tuesday even "joked" about seizing Chris Cuomo's guns for getting into a heated confrontation with a guy who called him "Fredo."
While Trump's comment was somewhat funny, it comes across as rather disturbing considering Trump last week demanded "red flag" gun seizure laws, swift executions for so-called "hate crimes" and "involuntary confinement" for people the state deems "mentally disturbed."
Most Trump supporters voted for him in 2016 because he said he would build a wall, restrict immigration, fix our trade deals and end our stupid wars. Instead, he has let Javanka run the White House and now he's pushing gun control after throwing open our nation's prisons.
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