One by one, the witch hunters responsible for investigating the events on Jan. 6 are targeting every member of Trump’s former administration. No one is safe from their illegal efforts to harass anyone and everyone who may have brushed up against Donald Trump around Jan. 6, 2020.
It’s actually a shock that the House Select Committee didn’t already target Jared Kushner, the Former President’s son-in-law, and close White House adviser during his entire first term.
[source: The Washington Examiner]
Kushner made historic strides during his time as Trump’s advisor, most notably for his role in the Abraham Accords, which secured peace and trade deals between Israel and the Arab world.
Now Kushner has become the latest target for the Jan. 6 House Select Committee. Reports reveal he is expected to appear virtually before the committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot on Capitol Hill this week.
The appearance is voluntary and could come Thursday, sources told ABC and CNN.
Kushner served as an adviser to Trump in the White House and may have been privy to behind-the-scenes discussions the former president and his allies had about challenging the results of the 2020 election.
The former Trump adviser was flying back to Washington from Saudi Arabia when the riot took place on Jan. 6 and avoided returning to the White House after landing out of concerns that he would get into a “fight” with Trump, according to ABC.
His wife, Ivanka Trump, who also served as an adviser in the Trump administration, reportedly pleaded with Trump to do more to stop the riot. She has been in negotiations with the committee about a possible appearance.
Many supporters pinpoint Ivanka and Jared as major weak spots in Trump’s administration.
To make matters even more insidious, the House Select Committee also annouced they will be targeting the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, Ginni.
Ginni Thomas reportedly sent text messages encouraging former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows in efforts to overturn the election. She also recently said she attended a rally in Washington that preceded the riot. The committee is expected to make a decision about requesting an interview with her Monday night.
The witch hunt continues!
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