Senator Warren Calls For A DOJ Probe Into Kushner’s Dealings With Middle Eastern Countries

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An interesting segment on MSNBC’s ReidOut show(04/20/22) discussed the demand by Senator Elizabeth Warren(D-MA) for the Department of Justice(DOJ) to investigate Jared Kushner’s dealings with Middle Eastern countries while he was Senior Adviser to President Trump(his Father-in-Law). Investigative journalist Vicky Ward dropped yet another bombshell during the interview, this time saying that Kushner, with his Saudi friends, basically shook down the Qataris for money to settle his real estate debts. This revelation came out during her exchange with host Joy Reid. You’ll remember Vicky Ward also recently dropped the bombshell that the $2 billion dollar investment by the Saudis into Kushner’s private equity firm, was basically payback for Kushner selling top secret U.S. intelligence to them–a serious charge indeed.

Host Joy Reid(video at 3:13):“One of the things that you were talking about there was this blockade of Qatar. I’m old enough to remember when Jared Kushner owed $1 billion balloon payment on 666 Fifth Avenue in New York, and didn’t have any way of paying it, and then suddenly Qatar who is being asked to give him the money, demanded to give him the money, they get blockaded and then all of a sudden after he does these little secret trip to Saudi Arabia, no one knew he was going, all of this happens to Qatar and then magic, he gets the money. There’s a lot of nefarious stuff that appears, at least appearance wise, looks shady and dirty…There’s a lot about the way that Jared Kushner operates, particularly when he’s operating with his friends in Saudi Arabia, and the way that they treated Qatar that seems incredibly dirty.”

Vicky Ward’s responded: “Absolutely, well in fact you mentioned earlier Joy, that MBS[Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman]used to describe Jared Kushner as being in his pocket. When the Qatari deal went down, he described Jared Kushner as the ‘double dipper’, the implication being that he was taking money from the Qataris as well–allegedly, Jared Kushner has always denied this–as from Saudi Arabia. The big question here is, if there was a quid pro quo, when did it start, and could it be proven? That is obviously what I think[Senator]Elizabeth Warren wants the Justice Department to look into, but there is no reason Congress shouldn’t look into it as well.”

There’s no other way to interpret this interesting exchange between host Joy Reid and Vicky Ward other than(I’d be happy to stand corrected of course), Jared Kushner, with the help of his Saudi friends, shook down the Qataris for money(blockade), which he used to settle his $1 billion real estate debt(666 Fifth Avenue). This is separate and aside from very questionable $2 billion “investment” the Saudis made to his private equity firm. Both of these are serious enough to warrant a massive investigation yet strangely, none has ever been initiated.

Bottom line folks, Senator Warren is absolutely correct in demanding an investigation into Jared Kushner’s dealings with Middle Eastern countries while he was Senior Adviser to President Trump. Reasonable people will totally agree with host Joy Reid’s assertion that Kushner’s dealings with these countries “seems incredibly dirty”. The same reasonable people will also agree that Kushner-gate is infinitely more serious, and more deserving of a DOJ probe, than anything Hunter Biden is alleged to have done.

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The Trump Epstein Connection

Trump seen here with Jeffrey Epstein at a party

In case you missed it MSNBC’s Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell yesterday had a segment in which Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) read in the U.S. Senate, an excerpt from an old Washington Post piece in which Trump is quoted as talking very favorably about his friend and accused child predator Jeffrey Epstein, including their mutual taste for women “on the younger side”.

Trump reportedly said about Epstein, “He’s a lot of fun to be with. Its even said that he likes a lot of beautiful women as much as I do and many of them are on the younger side.”

The entire Last Word segment is available here but the relevant clip is below

This of course comes against the backdrop of news reports of a ruling by a federal judge that prosecutors who handled Epstein’s case violated the law by not conferring with his victims before arriving at his super sweetheart deal which saw him avoid jail time.

Naturally after the federal judge’s decision many questions about Epstein’s case are popping up chief among them, whether the public has a right to know more about the details of Epstein’s infamous case. Is it for example in the public’s interest that Epstein disclose the political figures(Democrat or Republican) who accompanied him in his infamous escapades with underage girls? Given the fact that many public officials have been forced to relinquish their seats because of pressure from the #MeToo movement, doesn’t the public have a right to know what public officials, past and present, Epstein hang out with? These are just some of the questions that will need to be addressed after the federal judge’s bombshell ruling.

Bottom line as a wise man once said, “sunlight is the best disinfectant.” It is in the best interests of everybody involved that Epstein come out and explain what happened in his infamous escapades and the politicians who participated in them. Granting him immunity from prosecution in return for his testimony is something that needs to be seriously considered. It however cannot be left unsaid that because there may be very powerful individuals from both political parties implicated in Epstein’s scandal, the public may never get to the bottom of what really happened.

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