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  1. #1 Stop me if you've heard this before: Traitorous Mute Kushner forgot another minor detail about him and the Russians 
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    http://forward.com/news/national/387...idnt-disclose/

    First Manafort, next Flynn, then THIS prick, all are, or will be, indicted for money laundering. Oh, and he "forgot" ANOTHER person, just like the 100 or so he people and one BILLION dollars of debt he forgot.


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    November 6, 2017


    Leaked Records Tie Russian Money To Kushner Startup He Didn’t Disclose

    Nathan GuttmanNovember 6, 2017


    Every day seems to bring some more bad news for Jared Kushner, the presidential son-in-law and top adviser.

    The latest comes from a massive document dump of off-shore bank accounts, provided by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. The so-called “Paradise Papers” offer a trove of information about accounts used by international billionaires to stash their earnings with minimal oversight. They also provide some new information regarding Jared Kushner’s business ties with Russian investors.

    The papers reveal that a Russian state bank and state oil company poured billions into financial projects set up by Yuri Milner, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist. Milner participated in several Kushner family real estate projects and helped fund Cadre, a healthcare startup that Kushner co-owned (which he initially did not include on his official financial disclosure form).

    In simpler terms, Russian money, controlled by the Putin government, made its way, through Milner, to Kushner companies and projects.

    These new revelations add to the growing list of Russian ties Kushner maintained before entering politics, some of which he maintained during the presidential campaign.

    “Kushner failing to disclose contacts with Russians has become a familiar pattern,” the Huffington Post concluded when reporting on the new document dump.

    With the new information provided by the Paradise Papers, the list of known Kushner ties to Russia now includes discussing a secret communication channel with the Russian ambassador to Washington; meeting with the head of a Russian state-owned bank during the campaign; attending a meeting organized by Donald Trump Jr. with a Russian lawyer; and using Russian money through Milner to fund real estate projects.

    In all cases, Kushner failed to disclose his Russian connections in a timely fashion, leading Democratic lawmakers to call for Kushner’s security clearance to be revoked.


    It is still unclear whether Kushner received any information or knew in any way of the actions taken by former campaign adviser George Papadopolous to foster closer ties with the Russian government during the campaign. Papadopoulos, who has since pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI, reportedly talked to top campaign officials, including Donald Trump, about his discussions with Russian officials. While Kushner’s name has not come up in this context, Papadopolous is cooperating with investigators and could supply information about talks with Kushner, if those took place.


    Kushner himself is cooperating with the investigation, and last week handed over documents to special counsel Robert Mueller relating to Kushner’s own Russian ties, as well as his role in the dismissal of FBI director James Comey. Sources close to Mueller told CNN that Kushner is not the target of the investigation, but could still be a valuable asset, especially if faced with the need to choose between providing information to Mueller or facing charges like Manafort.

    “I expect there’s a good likelihood Jared Kushner will be indicted for money laundering, and then we’re going to see how far this Russian involvement goes,” former Democratic National Committee chair Howard Dean told MSNBC Monday, pointing to the Paradise Papers as providing the information supporting such a charge.
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    Stop me if you've heard this before: duuuufinch starts a thread and is proven to be categorically incorrect
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willie99 View Post
    Stop me if you've heard this before: duuuufinch starts a thread and is proven to be categorically incorrect
    WTF was "categorically incorrect," Witless Wanking Willie? It's been released and that's what it says, you stupid bastard.
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    Its going to be soo funny to hear, We barely know Kushner. He was unpaid and had a very limited roll in the administration... Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dafinch View Post
    http://forward.com/news/national/387...idnt-disclose/

    First Manafort, next Flynn, then THIS prick, all are, or will be, indicted for money laundering. Oh, and he "forgot" ANOTHER person, just like the 100 or so he people and one BILLION dollars of debt he forgot.


    Nathan Guttman
    November 6, 2017


    Leaked Records Tie Russian Money To Kushner Startup He Didn’t Disclose

    Nathan GuttmanNovember 6, 2017


    Every day seems to bring some more bad news for Jared Kushner, the presidential son-in-law and top adviser.

    The latest comes from a massive document dump of off-shore bank accounts, provided by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. The so-called “Paradise Papers” offer a trove of information about accounts used by international billionaires to stash their earnings with minimal oversight. They also provide some new information regarding Jared Kushner’s business ties with Russian investors.

    The papers reveal that a Russian state bank and state oil company poured billions into financial projects set up by Yuri Milner, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist. Milner participated in several Kushner family real estate projects and helped fund Cadre, a healthcare startup that Kushner co-owned (which he initially did not include on his official financial disclosure form).

    In simpler terms, Russian money, controlled by the Putin government, made its way, through Milner, to Kushner companies and projects.

    These new revelations add to the growing list of Russian ties Kushner maintained before entering politics, some of which he maintained during the presidential campaign.

    “Kushner failing to disclose contacts with Russians has become a familiar pattern,” the Huffington Post concluded when reporting on the new document dump.

    With the new information provided by the Paradise Papers, the list of known Kushner ties to Russia now includes discussing a secret communication channel with the Russian ambassador to Washington; meeting with the head of a Russian state-owned bank during the campaign; attending a meeting organized by Donald Trump Jr. with a Russian lawyer; and using Russian money through Milner to fund real estate projects.

    In all cases, Kushner failed to disclose his Russian connections in a timely fashion, leading Democratic lawmakers to call for Kushner’s security clearance to be revoked.


    It is still unclear whether Kushner received any information or knew in any way of the actions taken by former campaign adviser George Papadopolous to foster closer ties with the Russian government during the campaign. Papadopoulos, who has since pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI, reportedly talked to top campaign officials, including Donald Trump, about his discussions with Russian officials. While Kushner’s name has not come up in this context, Papadopolous is cooperating with investigators and could supply information about talks with Kushner, if those took place.


    Kushner himself is cooperating with the investigation, and last week handed over documents to special counsel Robert Mueller relating to Kushner’s own Russian ties, as well as his role in the dismissal of FBI director James Comey. Sources close to Mueller told CNN that Kushner is not the target of the investigation, but could still be a valuable asset, especially if faced with the need to choose between providing information to Mueller or facing charges like Manafort.

    “I expect there’s a good likelihood Jared Kushner will be indicted for money laundering, and then we’re going to see how far this Russian involvement goes,” former Democratic National Committee chair Howard Dean told MSNBC Monday, pointing to the Paradise Papers as providing the information supporting such a charge.
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    http://thehill.com/policy/national-security/360989-senate-panel-probing-kushner-over-dinner-invite-involving-russian

    When is this prick gonna be indicted, already? Soon, hopefully


    Senate panel probing Kushner over 'dinner invite' involving Russian national: report

    By Max Greenwood - 11/17/17 07:24 PM EST




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    The Senate Judiciary Committee wants information from President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner about a request he received to set up a meeting between a Russian banker and Trump last year, according to CBS News.
    An email chain reportedly said that Alexander Torshin, a Russian banker and former senator with ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin, wanted to meet with Trump. According to CBS News, the request was made through an intermediary.
    The email request was forwarded to Trump campaign officials, including Paul Manafort, before being sent to Kushner, who declined the request.
    In turning down the request, Kushner told then-campaign aide Rick Dearborn and others not to accept requests from people pretending to have contacts with foreign officials, according to a separate NBC News report.
    Kushner did not previously disclose the contacts, which lawmakers described as a "Russian backdoor overture and dinner invite," NBC News reported.
    Special counsel Robert Mueller and multiple congressional panels are investigating Russia's role in the 2016 presidential election. In particular, Mueller's probe is looking at whether members of Trump's campaign colluded with Russian officials or representatives during the race.
    Kushner has previously come under scrutiny for undisclosed meetings with Russians during the presidential transition last year.
    Trump and his associates have repeatedly denied any improper coordination or contacts with Russian nationals during the campaign, and the president has called the investigations a "witch hunt."
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    Fake news and the extreme left can keep at it (and surely will) but we all know and they know that Americans don't give a fiddler's fuck about Russia and the election - there is not one voter in the US that voted for Trump because of Russia - find me one voter that says he was mislead into voting forTrump - just one out of 60 million - should be easy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seymour View Post
    Fake news and the extreme left can keep at it (and surely will) but we all know and they know that Americans don't give a fiddler's fuck about Russia and the election - there is not one voter in the US that voted for Trump because of Russia - find me one voter that says he was mislead into voting forTrump - just one out of 60 million - should be easy
    Your latest exhibition of being a complete moron was your claiming that the GOP tax lowers taxes for ALL Americans, and the 2 following 2 articles, both written in the last month, clearly show that you haven't the slightest clue wtf you're talking about, See-Less:

    https://www.axios.com/americans-worr...502923720.html

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/11/06/politi...rns/index.html
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    Duhfinch, you're a complete fucking moron. It is a fact collusion and crimes happened on the left.
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    Quote Originally Posted by texansfan View Post
    Duhfinch, you're a complete fucking moron. It is a fact collusion and crimes happened on the left.
    Why is it a fact, because a brain dead turd like YOU says so? Sorry, you wanna bullshit me, try harder, scumbag. Furthermore, anybody who says, "You caught me breaking the law, but don't prosecute me until everybody else who has broken the law is punished first" is, by definition, a moron, not to mention, a crook.
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    We have found no evidence of collusion, coordination, or conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russians."
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