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Sep. 26, 2019
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It looks as though it has finally dawned on President Trump that releasing a bunch of felons so the Koch brothers and Jared Kushner's criminal pals like Sholom Rubashkin could get more cheap labor might not have been the greatest idea.
From Politico, "Trump snubs Jared Kushner's signature accomplishment," subheadline, "The president thinks criminal justice reform is a political loser, and hasn't been shy about saying so.":
When President Donald Trump huddled with campaign aides in the late spring to discuss his bid for reelection, White House senior adviser Jared Kushner told his father-in-law he should highlight last year's historic passage of the First Step Act -- a sweeping criminal justice reform bill that eluded previous administrations and has earned celebrity support.As Chris Christie has suggested, Charles Kushner deserved every bit of his sentence (and more).
The same goes for Sholom Rubashkin and Israeli-born drug dealer Ronen Nahmani who Trump pardoned after lobbying from Kushner and sleezeballs like Alan Dershowitz.
But now, Trump "is telling people he's mad" at how criminal justice reform has panned out, according to a person close to the president. "He's really mad that he did it. He's saying that he's furious at Jared because Jared is telling him he's going to get all these votes of all these felons."All that translates to is, "I succeeded in pushing through a Democrat agenda where Obama failed."
The tweet came after NBC's Lester Holt omitted any mention of Trump's role in advancing criminal justice reform during a televised town hall on the network. The president felt the televised special was disingenuous and thought singer John Legend, who participated in it, "paraded himself out like he was the great savior of criminal justice reform," according to a senior administration official.The way Trump got played by Jared Kushner (or more likely, his blackmailing criminal father who appears to be guiding Jared's every move from the shadows) is just embarrassing.
Javanka were going to be kept out of the White House due to anti-nepotism laws from 1967 barring the appointment of family members but Obama's people allegedly thought they could be a "moderating force" and longtime Justice Department attorney Daniel Koffsky found a way around it.
Kushner's father Charles is also working with two convicted felon fraudsters, Avram Lebor and Richard Goettlich, at the Kushner family's real estate company.
These are the lowlifes who are playing and/or controlling Trump from the shadows.
Unlike phantoms of Russian collusion with are still being chased to this very day, Kushner's shady dealings are never going to be investigated.
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