One rule for (((me))), and another rule for thee, you filthy American Goyim.
You see, when one of you is caught doing something not toeing the exact party line (following our orders), expect to be immediately fired from government administration, and struggle to feed your family while awaiting a plea deal in Federal Court.
But when one of us (the literal Chosen of G-D) is busted for failing to disclose the running of a foundation explicitly dedicated to supporting Israeli settlements on Palestinian land (towns considered illegal under international law), expect the story to be buried and brushed aside immediately.
And even if the State decides to move forward aggressively because we decided to interfere with a UN vote at one point late last year, expect no serious prosecution – we’ll just testify against the most powerful Gentile we can get close to.
Someone who will be so naive and so clueless as to never notice the danger until impeachment by a 2019 Democrat Congress looms in front of his face.
Jared Kushner failed to disclose his role as a co-director of the Charles and Seryl Kushner Foundation from 2006 to 2015, a time when the group funded an Israeli settlement considered to be illegal under international law, on financial records he filed with the Office of Government Ethics earlier this year.
The latest development follows reports on Friday indicating the White House senior adviser attempted to sway a United Nations Security Council vote against an anti-settlement resolution passed just before Donald Trump took office, which condemned the structure of West Bank settlements. The failure to disclose his role in the foundation—at a time when he was being tasked with serving as the president’s Middle East peace envoy—follows a pattern of egregious omissions that would bar any other official from continuing to serve in the West Wing, experts and officials told Newsweek.
The first son-in-law has repeatedly amended his financial records since his initial filing in March, along with three separate revisions to his security clearance application. Despite correcting his financial history on multiple occasions, he has yet to include his role as co-director to the family foundation.
The foundation donated at least $38,000 between 2011 and 2013 to a fundraising group building a Jewish seminary in a West Bank settlement known as Beit El. During that period, Kushner’s foundation also donated an additional $20,000 to Jewish and educational institutions in settlements throughout the region, the Associated Press reported. Had Kushner included the role in his financial records, his involvement in such donations—and the following conflicts of interest that could possibly arise in his government position—may have been considered by the Office of Government Ethics.