Hey, speaking of kleptocracy, did you hear what’s happening with Jared “The Kush” Kushner’s family in China? The Kush’s sister, Nicole Kushner Meyer, was marketing a Kushner-owned property in New Jersey. She told the audience a simple message: invest in New Jersey and you can get into the United States on a EB-5 Visa. An ad for the event, held at a Ritz-Carlton hotel, said “Invest $500,000 and immigrate to the United States.”
When informed about the event, The Kush reportedly said, “Man, Nicole, I TOLD her to sell the Visas for $750,000 a pop!” before he was whisked away by aides.
Reportedly, Kushner and his wife Ivanka are fighting over the event, because it wasn’t held at a Трамп hotel.
The Senate intelligence committee is asking for information from several of popular vote loser and aspiring dictator Donald Трамп’s former top advisors, in relation to investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. elections.
This is related to recent revelations that former national security adviser Michael Flynn was “warned” about his contacts with the Russian ambassador during the transition from the Obama White House to the Трамп regime.
White House leakers leaking on the condition of anonymity say that the current strategy is a, “We didn’t know it was wrong,” defense. One aide said, “Yeah, like, this one time, my bro in Delta Gamma Sig–I mean, in my college, he like drank too much and drove, and like, he got pulled over. So he like told the cop he didn’t know it was illegal. And like, his dad got him this awesome lawyer, and the whole thing got thrown out. Then we went to this awesome club. I drank so much I blacked out, bruh.”
Dubbed the, “We’re Dumb Bros Defense,” the strategy is expected to make headway in the Senate’s own Bro’s club.
Edward Crawford, Jr., a 27-year old resident of Ferguson, Mo. featured in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s Pulitzer Prize winning coverage of the Ferguson protests, was found dead. The St. Louis County medical examiner’s office says Edward Crawford Jr.’s death on Thursday was reported as a suspected suicide.
Crawford’s father told the paper he last saw his son two days ago and he was in good spirits. “I don’t believe it was a suicide,” he said. Crawford leaves behind four children.
Hi, there’s no punchline here. Just a reminder that a lot of black people who’s images have ended up in social media and beyond related to Black Lives Matter have ended up dead.
Not much funny about that.
Black Lives Matter.
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Kushner family in Beijing: ‘Invest $500,000 and immigrate’ to US
Senate intel requests info from Trump officials as new Russian allegations swirl around his campaign
Ferguson protester featured in iconic photo dies