Whelp, I think we have reached peak insanity here ladies and gentlemen. Democrats now believe that Jared Kushner is ordering foreign governments to assassinate muslim brotherhood supporters.
… oh wait, shouldn’t those who advocate for the violent political overthrow of all governments not governed by sharia law be removed from society?
Thank you Jared Kushner! Of course, now the Democrat (Mob) Representative has walked back those comments, but I would respond by saying:
“You can’t unring a bell”
Here it is in all its insanity on air:
Video: Here's the video of Democratic Congressman Joaquin Castro stating without evidence that Kushner may have given the Saudis a hit list that had Khashoggi's name on it and thus the Saudis had him killed. Incredibly irresponsible. pic.twitter.com/9mossq4Cdt
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) October 19, 2018
During that appearance on CNN, Democrat mob representative Joaquin Castro of Texas cited “reporting that Jared Kushner may have, with U.S. intelligence, delivered a hit list, an enemies list, to the crown prince, to MBS, in Saudi Arabia and that the prince may have acted on that, and one of the people he took action against is Mr. Khashoggi.”
The anchor then responded to the representative stating that they have not received any information regarding such reporting. When even fake news CNN sides with Jared Kushner, you know you have a problem.
But Castro pushed on saying, “I’ve seen reporting to that effect . . . that needs to be investigated.”
Later his office released a statement announcing that the representative didn’t intend to name Jared Kushner as responsible —except that he did and continued to do so when pressed on it— and he continued his call to open a new investigation into his activities with the Saudi royal family:
To be clear, I did not intend to accuse Jared Kusher of orchestrating the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. But based on several press reports, the close relationship between Kushner and Mohammed bin Salman is a source of concern for the US intelligence community and those of us who want a transparent American foreign policy. This is especially problematic given the President and his family’s business enterprises and the possibility that they profit from these foreign entities. For these reasons, Congress should open an investigation to see whether Jared or any other Administration official shared any U.S. intelligence with the Saudis that led to any political persecution, including the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.