ILL IMM Jared Kushner Criticizes Ron DeSantis Over Martha’s Vineyard Migrant Flights

Dennis Olson

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Jared Kushner Criticizes Ron DeSantis Over Martha’s Vineyard Migrant Flights

Says he was ‘troubled’ by the stunt.

Published 7 hours ago on 22 September, 2022
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Former White House advisor Jared Kushner criticized Ron DeSantis over the Florida Governor’s migrant flights to to Martha’s Vineyard, claiming he was ‘troubled’ by the situation.

DeSantis carried out one of the greatest political stunts in modern history last week when he sent 50 illegal Venezuelan migrants to the wealthy, elitist island.

After completely wetting the bed over the development and declaring a “humanitarian crisis,” political leaders ensured the migrants were swiftly deported to a military base within 48 hours.

Apparently, diversity isn’t a strength when it happens in their backyard.

The backlash against DeSantis by frothing leftists then began, with the Florida Governor being accused of human trafficking and placed under criminal investigation.

However, a somewhat unexpected critic of DeSantis is Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son-in-law and a former White House advisor.

Kushner appeared on Fox News’ Outnumbered to blast DeSantis over the stunt.

“I personally watch what’s happening, and it’s very hard to see at the southern border, I also—we have to remember that these are human beings, they’re people, so seeing them being used as political pawns one way or the other is very troubling to me,” said Kushner.

However, he didn’t have much criticism for Joe Biden for using migrants as political pawns to flood America, 4.9 million of whom have crossed the border since he came to power, paving the way for demographic changes that will permanently alter the country.

Kushner’s comments only further drive suspicions held by many Trump supporters that he was a globalist plant within the Trump administration all along.

The New York Times noted how Kushner “washed his hands of Donald Trump before Jan. 6,” while a book claimed that the advisor “hid from Trump” after the riot.

In the final days of the Trump administration, Kushner was reportedly looking forward to returning to his former life



Neither here nor there.
The only problem I have with what DeSantis did is how the demoncrats are now twisting the facts, etc., in order to gain more votes in November.


Has No Life - Lives on TB
Humanitarian my butt! They're already political pawns of the democraps. They will be used for their gain and then tossed aside.

Maybe someone should point out to Mr. Kushner that FLORIDA has no border with any of the southern countries these invaders come from. Did he miss the part where the Pudding Cup administration jetted them all over the country, in the dark of night during COVID? That's how they got to Florida in the first place.

Ideally, they should have been loaded up and sent back to the counties from whence they came.


Heart of Dixie
Another Kenite opens their pie hole. If they were concerned about humanity, they would sell their riches and move to Mexico and help those people.

Buick Electra

TB2K Girls with Guns
Don't forget Jared owns that building in Manhattan at 666 Fifth Avenue. And Ivanka and Chelsea were friends, INTRODUCED BY THEIR HUSBANDS.


When Chelsea Clinton and Ivanka Trump were introduced by their husbands a few years ago, they clicked immediately — the two famous daughters swanned around Manhattan together for a time, posing on the red carpet at events like the Glamour Women of the Year Awards where they laughed and embraced for the cameras.
They seemed to genuinely delight in each other’s presence and had much common ground. Last year, Chelsea even compared Ivanka’s natural charm to her own father’s while praising her in the glossy pages of Vogue.

But with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump now on track for a King Kong versus Godzilla political collision in November, that friendship has been put temporarily on hold — both women, sources close to them said, have chosen to no longer be seen together in public during the election. Given the personal nastiness and vitriol of the campaign already, it may be difficult for the relationship to recover.

Donald Trump has dredged up Bill Clinton’s sex scandals from the ‘90s to attack Hillary Clinton. “She’s got one of the great women abusers of all time sitting in her house, waiting for her to come home for dinner,” Trump has said on the trail, calling the former president’s past fair game for attack.

Trump has also used vulgar language in talking about the former secretary of state, claiming she “got schlonged” by Barack Obama in the 2008 election, and he added in a menacing threat, “I haven’t even started on her yet.”

Meanwhile, the Clinton war machine is gearing up to take on Trump. Hillary Clinton has said that his “his bigotry, his bluster, his bullying have become his campaign.” And the general election is still months away.

Chelsea and Ivanka don’t blame each other, a friend of both women said. “I don’t think Chelsea thinks Ivanka is controlling her dad,” said the friend. “I don’t think she blames Ivanka.”

Associates said the “bipartisan BFF” storyline hyped by the tabloids overstates the relationship between Chelsea and Ivanka — theirs was a budding friendship. They are the kind of friends who see each other for dinner a few times a year, not those who text each other all day. “They genuinely relate to each other and care about each other and ran in the same circles,” said one associate.

Chelsea, 36, is more serious and reserved, Ivanka, 34, is more naturally outgoing and socially more at ease. But they hit it off, associates said, in part because of a shared empathy from growing up with incredible privilege and public pain. Both women lived through their fathers’ front page sex scandals at formative ages, and ultimately chose to devote themselves to their family’s work. Most importantly, both have served as stabilizing influences for their famous and sometimes scandal-prone fathers.

Today, Chelsea and Ivanka serve as board members and high-ranking officials at the Clinton Foundation and the Trump Organization, respectively. The two non-Jewish women married Jewish men from prominent families in real estate and politics — both chose Vera Wang gowns for their high-profile nuptials. Both have written advice books for young women, and despite cultivating a large public persona, both have become perhaps equally calculating and guarded about their public images.

Both Chelsea and Ivanka declined through publicists to comment for this story.

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Shocked and Awed
Jared is a weasel and should've been treated as such. Djt really did his base a dis service by hiring so many idiots.
It's one of the reasons I don't cut him much slack
You beat me to it, yes, weasel is exactly what came to mind, and I am trying to be kind...but sometimes the facts are the facts.