Well, well, well ... it looks like _____’s ties to Russia are all in the family.
It has been revealed that, in early December, _____ son-in-law, Jared Kushner, told Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak that he wanted to establish a secret, backchannel line of communications with the Kremlin.
I wonder why?
Well, according to the Washington Post the ‘why’ was to prevent U.S. intelligence from discovering communications Kushner and the Russians:
This little secret chat occurred in early December at the _____ T and was also attended by, wait, this gets even better, Michael Flynn, Trump’s first national security adviser.
Now, for some unknown reason, this secret back channel was never established, but it is fair to note, that one month after Jared’s little secret dealings with Russia, President Barack Obama imposed sanctions against Russia, and ejected 35 Russian intelligence operatives from this country and closing down two Russian government-run compounds in Long Island and in Maryland.
This comes on the heels’ of the news Jared “Complicit” Kushner was recently named a person of interest in the FBI’s Russia investigation. Now, that doesn’t mean he’s a criminal, like his father, but it adds more doubt to _____’s claim that he has no Russian ties whatsoever.
And, to be fair, the White House did admit back in March that this meeting took place, but they downplayed it as much as they could, though the FBI now finds it crucial to their investigation.
And there you have it ... _____’s son-in-law, a senior adviser to _____ and a person of interest in a treason investigation, asking for a secret communications channel between Washington and Russia.
Add in the fact that the Senate Intelligence Committee just asked the _____ campaign to turn over all of its documents—including emails and phone conversations going all the way back to when _____ first announced his candidacy in June 2015—and this just keeps getting better and better.
That little meeting between Jared and the Russians now has treason written all over it, not just because it was designed to hide communications between us and the Kremlin, but because there was no guarantee that Russia would keep the information they learn quiet:
It could well be that Kushner is just that naïve, or stupid, because he has zero background in government, let alone in intelligence, but it also looks likely that he was seeking to establish a communications channel in which the White House and the Kremlin could work with less risk of surveillance on our side.
Just a couple of more points: who do you think Ivanka will visit in prison first on visitor’s day ... Daddy or hubby.
And, just an FYI, and I stole this from a Facebook friends, it’s Peach season here in the South ... Peach pie, Peach cobbler, imPeachment.