Looks like Little Lord Fauntleroy is toeing the Trumpian line, and then some.
Today, he noted that the investigation into Russia’s ratfucking of our Democracy was way worse than the ratfucking itself. Because … well … uh … take it away, Boy Kush.
“If you look at what Russia did, you know, buying some Facebook ads to try to sow dissent, it’s a terrible thing,” Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and White House senior adviser, said during the inaugural Time 100 summit here. “But I think the investigations and the speculation that’s happened for the last two years has had a much harsher impact on our democracy than a couple of Facebook ads.”
That’s like saying the Japanese pranked us real good at Pearl Harbor. Or that buying 666 Fifth Avenue was kind of a stupid move.
I guess hacking a campaign’s emails and disseminating them for maximum political effect somehow doesn’t count fer nuffim.
Of course, Ivanka’s third-favorite dildo wasn’t finished. The whole investigation was obviously “nonsense,” he said:
“All these people thought Trump was going to lose. They all predicted Trump was going to lose. They were wrong,” Kushner said. “The American electorate in this great democratic system chose the opposite. And I think that instead of saying, ‘Oh wait, we got it wrong,’ they said, ‘Well, maybe it was Russia.’ And I think we’ve spent two years going through that nonsense.”
Hmm, maybe there’s a reason why he hardly ever talks.
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