“Jared is so f**ked,” Says WH Staffer After Learning About Kushner FBI Investigation


Yesterday afternoon, it was reported by various media outlets that President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner was now under the FBI’s scrutiny as part of the Trump/Russia investigation. And while this does not mean that Kushner is a subject or target of the investigation, those within the White House seem to believe that Kushner likely has a tough road ahead of him.

“Jared is so f**ked,” explained one White House staffer on the condition of anonymity after learning about the FBI’s interest in him.

Of course, from an outsider’s perspective, this could very easily be a case of the FBI simply having¬†interest in Kushner’s side of the story and any relevant information that he may be able to provide. With that being said, Kushner did have a meeting in December with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak, and last year he met with a Russian banker, Sergey Gorkov.

While Kislyak is a known Russia spy, according to U.S. counterintelligence officials, it may be the Gorkov meeting that’s even more concerning to investigators. Gorkov happens to be chairman of VneshEconomBank, a Russian government-owned institution that has been under U.S. sanctions since mid 2014, while he also has close ties to Putin. VneshEconomBank claims that the December meeting between Gorkov and Kushner was with Kushner acting on the behalf of ‘Kushner Companies’, not as a representative of Trump. The White House, however, says the opposite. If Kushner was meeting on behalf of his family’s company, then he likely was breaking the law by dealing with a sanctioned foreign entity. If he was meeting as a representative of the Trump campaign, that seems even more alarming.

As leaks continue to pour out of the White House like Niagara Falls, the American public may actually know which direction this investigation is headed before the FBI or Congress decides for themselves.

  • Donald Horn

    We keep hearing this constant drumroll to impeachment, but nothing is happening!

    • Quikmix

      To be fair, it’s a long process. It took a year in Nixon’s case (and that was with a democrat-controlled Congress.

      Basically impeachment should be the last thing on anyone’s mind. Getting at the truth should be paramount.

    • Greg S

      this is typical.. if it were Hillary in the whitehouse and her campaign was under FBI investigation, the GOP and right wing would be having the constant drumroll to impeachment. The reality of the situation is that speculation is pointless until the investigation is over and everyone who loves america should support a non-partisan search for the truth. Thankfully Mueller has the support of both parties to conduct the investigation without political influence. When its over and the results are revealed to the public, only then can we debate what to do, or if impeachment is even relevant

    • Dark HelMet

      Did you think it’d be like a 3-day event? Haha. It’s going to take a REALLY long time.

    • Tuco Ramirez

      Trump will never be Impeached. It requires a majority vote in the House and Senate. And Republicans hold the majority of seats in both.

    • Tuco Ramirez

      Trump will never be Impeached. It requires a majority vote in the House and Senate. And the Republican party holds control of both.

      • reriding

        Actually a majority of the House to impeach, and 2/3 of the Senate to convict. Even less likely.

      • gezuscryst

        2018 is right around the corner. Trump won’t make it past 2018.

  • Daniel Hickey

    Funny. Isn’t violating sanctions considered treason?

    • RespectfullyYours

      There’s a good chance I may have committed some light treason.

      Arrested Development

      • Daniel Hickey

        That is precisely what I was thinking of. Well played.

      • the_heckler

        You’ve made a huge mistake!

  • JesusIsGay

    aaaaaahhhh, better get on your knees little boy and pray to your gay god.