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Robert Mueller has grown accustomed to Jared’s face.

Donald Trump still starting international incidents with his white supremacy and his deep feelings of elderly mediocre white male inadequacy? Still wandering the halls of the West Wing to see if Barack Obama hid his real Kenyan birth certificate somewhere in there? Cool story, bro, let’s talk about the Russia investigation some more.

The breaking news from the Robert Mueller probe is that Mueller went to Jared! It happened earlier this month, and according to CNN the special counsel wanted to see if Jared Kushner had any information to share that would suggest disgraced literal actual foreign agent/former national security advisor Michael Flynn should NOT go to prison forever:

Mueller’s team specifically asked Kushner about former national security advisor Michael Flynn, who is under investigation by the special counsel, two sources said. Flynn was the dominant topic of the conversation, one of the sources said. […]

One source said the nature of this conversation was principally to make sure Kushner doesn’t have information that exonerates Flynn.

Silly Robert Mueller. None of the Trump people have information that EXONERATES anyone. They all have info that INCRIMINATES people. (Robert Mueller knows that, of course. We are just saying a tease about the special counsel! TEASE! Is this week over yet?)

Now, we know Jared Kushner is 100 percent innocent of all Russian crimes. He told us so, which makes it true! Don’t worry about the weird meetings he had during the Trump transition with the Russian ambassador and sanctioned Russian bankers, which are starting to reveal a vague outline of a quid pro quo between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin, or that he keeps having to update his financial disclosure and security clearance forms because he can’t remember any of his Russian foreign contacts or financial ties. And don’t pay attention to how he keeps forgetting to turn over ALL his Russian emails when asked by Congress. And forget about how it was reportedly Kushner who pushed hardest for his pops-in-law to fire James Comey over the Russia probe, a detail Robert Mueller is probably very curious about in his investigation into Trump’s obstruction of justice.

Oh yeah, and Kushner was at Trump Junior’s Russian meeting in Trump Tower, which just screams of a quid pro quo between the campaign and Russia to lift the sanctions.

And Kushner oversaw the shady Trump data operation, which is interesting since we now know Junior was conspiring directly with WikiLeaks, not to mention all the shady Facebook action Russia was committing on Trump’s behalf. Oh, and there’s that weird company Cambridge Analytica, which worked for the Trump campaign, and which directly offered to help WikiLeaks get all its anti-Hillary dirt in order.

NONE OF THAT STUFF MATTERS, SHUT UP.

We are going to guess Kushner wasn’t able to share any information pertaining to Michael Flynn’s innocence, which makes sense now that it seems Flynn may be working on a plea deal of some sort. We don’t know all the things Flynn is guilty of — we just know he’s guilty. It’s worth noting that grand jury testimony related to the Flynn Intel Group and Flynn’s other foreign agent work has been rescheduled for the time being, for reasons that are as of now unclear.

Another interesting detail? The White House has been making sure everybody knows Trump will not be contributing to Michael Flynn’s legal defense. Are they making themselves clear? They are not helping Flynn because Flynn is bad and they have never met Flynn. Under the bus he goes, just like they did with Paul Manafort.

We predict that once Mueller has fully flipped Flynn and sets his sights directly on Jared Kushner, the White House will start telling everybody that Donald Trump has never met Jared Kushner, and moreover that he didn’t approve of his hot daughter’s marriage to that very naughty Jewish globalist boy in the first place.

You betcha.

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  • armed_bears

    If you take all of the news stories this week (it’s just Thursday!!1!) and average them, carefully weight them, and look at ’em in the sunlight, the answer is:

    Impeach or 25th Amendment, before we go to war.

  • Oblios_Cap

    Now there won’t be anybody to handle all of the important jobs that Jared has been assigned!

  • dslindc

    Jared was just a minor volunteer for a few days on the campaign. Very unimportant, believe me. I only hire the best people. So much winning!

  • therblig

    trumpy’s already looking for the ((())) on his twattermachine

    • wide_stance_hubby

      Parenthesis majora libel!

  • Skwerl the Taco Hunter

    One source said the nature of this conversation was principally to make sure Kushner doesn’t have information that exonerates Flynn.

    So the other sources disagree with Don Jr.?

  • GoutMachine

    Sure, Jared can’t give any useful information, but he sure can perjure himself and expose himself (legally, you sickos) right to Sing Sing.

    IT’S MUELLER TIME, BITCHES!

    • therblig

      my name is jared kushner, millionaire. i own a mansion and a yacht.

    • mappo

      That’s what I was thinking this is about: now that they’ve got lots of dirt from those they’ve already flipped, they “Go to Jared” and ask him questions they already have the anwers to. When he lies in response, BOOM! it’s a felony.

    • Bad Scooter

      I picture Mueller acting like Detective Colombo when he goes to Jared. Being patient and making non-accusatory requests like “so, Jared, it’s pretty obvious that you were just interested in the welfare of those orphan babies when you met with all those Russians to talk about adoption. I’m just confused about one thing. Could any of the documents you sent us in response to that subpoena have gotten lost in the mail? I know my mailman is always mixing up addresses … maybe that’s why our team got a fruitcake the other day and no one knew who sent it. Now, we love fruitcake, so we ate it, but maybe it got mixed up with an envelope you sent us, and someone’s in their kitchen right now writing ‘return to sender’ on your envelope and wondering why their Aunt Helen didn’t send a fruitcake this year like always … (munches fruitcake and takes a sip of coffee)
      … Just in case, could you check one more time around your offices and see if there might be anything you haven’t shared with us yet? We’d hate it if we overlooked any information that might have exonerated the folks on the Trump team just because the mailman’s a bit scatterbrained at times.”

  • Msgr_MΩment

    Still wandering the halls of the West Wing to see if Barack Obama hid his real Kenyan birth certificate somewhere in there?

    Pro tip: Always check the back of the Declaration of Independence first.

    • GoutMachine

      Nic Cage, is that you?

      • Msgr_MΩment

        What are you doing with those bees, braw?

        • Roadstergal

          HOW DID IT GET BURNED??

    • Bright Bart

      kid rock STOLE it!

  • Antonin Dvorak

    We are going to guess Kushner wasn’t able to share any information pertaining to Michael Flynn’s innocence, which makes sense now that it seems Flynn may be working on a plea deal of some sort.

    To wit:

    “Special counsel delays grand jury testimony amid signs of Flynn deal talks”

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/11/29/politics/special-counsel-michael-flynn/index.html

  • Toomush_Inferesistance

    The insanity of this presidency is finally starting to feel real to me. I don’t know if I was in some sort of comic shock, but it just feels like it can’t go on, just like this stock market rally. I’m pretty sure about the time the market drops, all the scales will fall from donald’s supporter’s eyes…

    • Msgr_MΩment
      • Ghenghis McCann

        The Madness of King Trump. At a cinema near you since February.

      • schmannity

        Bring in the King’s Piss Consorts!

    • GoutMachine

      I, too, await the economic apocalypse, but I don’t think it’ll remove any scales from eyes. Look at the idiots in Alabama, who are basically saying, “Sure, I wouldn’t let him rape my daughter, but I’m still voting for him!”

      • Toomush_Inferesistance

        That’s the insanity I’m talking about. It’s like Germany waking up after the Reich collapsed…

        • (((Sedagive)))

          Yeah – we’re going to have to endure full-on fascism, a touch of ethnic cleansing and another depression to get GOP voters to think about maybe, perhaps, in a pinch, holding their noses and voting for a Democrat.

          Maybe.

      • Msgr_MΩment

        NIMBY: Not In My Babygirl’s “Y”.

      • schmannity

        Economic apocalypse = Jew Bankers for Trump’s core.

    • greyXstar

      Oh you sweet summer child

    • Martini Ambassador 🍸

      The whole “stock market as an indicator of average citizen success” thing is sort of weird anyway. Since when does Joe Sixpack rely on his investment portfolio to grow his personal wealth?

      • J. M. Tusks, Esq.

        It’s a symptom of trickle-down. Look at all the money the shareholders are getting! That will be yours someday!

    • ArgieBargie

      Think about it: is there anyone in this administration who isn’t a Nazi villain from a shitty comic book?

    • BigCSouthside

      Most of trump’s “base” don’t have any skin in the stock market.

  • Oblios_Cap

    In like Flynn…

    Into Leavenworth.

  • Joe Beese
    • Joe Beese

      Under his plan, the shake-up of the national security team would happen around the end of the year or shortly afterward. But for all of his public combativeness, Mr. Trump is notoriously reluctant to fire people, and it was not known if Mr. Tillerson had agreed to step down by then. Public disclosure of Mr. Kelly’s transition plan may be meant as a signal to the secretary that it is time to go.

      https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/30/us/politics/state-department-tillerson-pompeo-trump.html

      • jesterpunk

        For a guy who was only successful on a teevee show for saying “You’re fired” he sure is a coward when it comes to saying that in real life.

        • GoutMachine

          I’m shocked. Shocked!

      • TundraGrifter

        “Mr. Trump is notoriously reluctant to fire people” is true if the writer meant “personally.” He has a guy for that. Mr. Trump portrays himself as intensely loyal but the facts show otherwise.

    • Martini Ambassador 🍸
      • GoutMachine

        Who would be an infinitely better SecState than either Tillerson or Pompeo.

        • Martini Ambassador 🍸

          And still, Tiffany has been assigned diddly-squat. Haha, she really is the least liked child.

      • Msgr_MΩment

        Look for Barron to retroactively report being an agent for Mossad, FBS, The Turkish government, and the Croatian Ustaše.

    • Msgr_MΩment
  • Michael R
    • bewareofme

      Dang me! Dang me! Git m’self a rope and hang me.

  • exinkwretch

    “Quid pro quo” hints at some sort of symbiotic relationship. In this case, I’m sure it was much more of a “whom can screw over whom first” and rake in the most rubles/ameros scenario.

    • Rags

      Both J-red and 4-5 are so in deep with Russian money laundering and their ilk that they know one word from Puty-pie puts them in Leavenworth forever. It’s as simple as that.

  • Bub, the cynical zombie

    OT, but…How morally bankrupt are religious fundys in Alabama? This morally bankrupt:
    https://twitter.com/JoeBerkowitz/status/936235277227610113

    • Msgr_MΩment

      To be fair, dick picks on stone tablets are kinda tricky.

    • FukuiSanYesOta

      I’m gonna call “fake sign” on that because that’s a straight-up violation of the Johnson Amendment.

      • jesterpunk

        The Trump administration wants to get rid of that. Also Roy Moore just held a campaign rally in a church last night.

        • Bananas Foster

          Also, too, it’s routinely broken and rarely enforced.

          • jesterpunk

            Yep, we have a super mega church near me. The pastors brother is my congress critter and they are always endorsing republicans and even try and turn Labor Day into a day to thank job creators for allowing you to buy food and have a place to live.

          • FukuiSanYesOta

            And it’s not like Jefferson Keebler Sessions is going to do anything about it.

            Gah, I hate all of these people so much.

          • mailman27

            Hillary would have been just the same, amirite?

          • shivaskeeper

            So much this.

      • BouncyFlyer

        Like they care about some mere earthly “law”.

      • PubOption

        I looked at some ‘church sign generators’ and didn’t see that board as one of the blanks.

      • shivaskeeper

        Happens all the time. Pulpit Freedom Sunday is all about churches, mostly conservative Baptist churches, go figure, videotaping the preacher endorsing candidates from the pulpit and daring the IRS to come after them and take away their tax exempt status

        If the IRS does, they get to become martyrs being persecuted by the godless secular liberal government, if the IRS doesn’t they get to violate the law. The IRS doesn’t.

      • Thiazin Red

        I used to get tons of robo calls from the Southern Baptists telling me how to vote.

      • schmannity

        No spelling or grammar errors. Very suspicious.

      • Querolous

        There is a LWM @ 1100 Old Columbus Road, Opelika AL. Zooming in the pix looks legit. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DP4tAFIUIAAhG29.jpg

    • Bananas Foster

      I’m a fucking atheist and I find that offensive.

    • weejee

      The widening gap global between morality and religiosity.

    • UncleTravelingMatt

      Jesus pleaded No Contest.

    • Skeptical_thinker

      I suspect that another administration might relieve this church of its tax exempt status.

      • Bub, the cynical zombie

        ALL religions should lose their tax-exempt status. Start with Joel Osteen, Creflo Dollar and the rest of the execrable “prosperity gospel” hucksters.

        • mailman27

          Hear hear. *He said as he morosely thought “it’s all going to shit.”*

    • schmannity

      Jesus: I’ve never been banned from the market or had a Centurion guard the chariot cheerleaders.

      • Skeptical_thinker

        Well, there was that one incident with the money changers in the temple.

    • Edith Prickly

      Yeah – if you think Roy Moore is just like Jesus, you’re doing Christianity wrong.

    • Toomush_Inferesistance

      Living Scams Ministries….

    • WotsAllThisThen

      Ah yes I remember the part of the gospel where Jesus denied diddling young girls for a third time, and they let him go and made him senator.

    • Bad Scooter
      • ImGoingBacon

        Is this for real? There are some who have very good photoshop skillz

        • Bad Scooter

          I’m not sure if the sign pictured was photoshopped, but i used the image that Bub shared from Joe Berkowitz’ tweet and added moar wordz.

          Whether or not a “Person of God” manually put those letters on a signboard, that’s how the religious right continues to defend their support for a man that is a sexual predator and they have publicly stated elsewhere why he should be elected, even if the allegations are true: BECAUSE BIBLE!

          So I may have memed a digital creation, but anyone that claims Jesus as their Lord and Savior while simultaneously supporting the likes of Roy Moore? They’re the ones he’ll see in hell.

    • Good_Gawd_Yall

      Time to tax the fucking churches.

      • Bad Scooter

        Amen! For this I pray.

    • The Gospels tell us that at the age of 12, Jesus ran away from his parents on a trip to Jerusalem so he could go shoot the shit with the religious scholars at the Temple. If one of those old rabbis tried to diddle him, no wonder he went on a revenge mission in later life.

  • memzilla Ω

    This is what happens when you put Disney cartoon villains in charge.
    . https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/02dcd2f02d500e2ebe04d6854a112841ea65c970f6e513b697849d85039cd421.jpg

    • Royal Ugly Dude

      I thought the Bagel Boys secretly run the world already.

      • Querolous

        You mean the (((Bagel Boys)))?

  • Timothy Watson

    “Robert Mueller has grown accustomed to Jared’s face.”

    Poor bastard.

    • GoutMachine

      How many air sickness bags are in the budget for the independent counsel?

  • Mavenmaven

    I can imagine Trump’s conversations with Ivanka after Jared gets hauled off to prison, like “how about that Lucian Wintrich fella, he seems like a nice kid and he’s white?”

    • wide_stance_hubby

      More like, “make room for daddy”.

  • WotsAllThisThen

    Time for Don Jr to release another incriminating email and claim it exonerates him.

  • Bill D. Burger
  • Bill D. Burger
    • Edith Prickly

      HEEEEERE’S BOBBY…..

      • Bad Scooter

        all play and no ethical standards makes Donny a jail boy.

    • WotsAllThisThen

      The Subpoenaing.

    • Meccalopolis

      oh, mercy! thanks for the laugh

  • Covfefe’s Evil Twin

    I want Flynn to hang. It’s one thing for shithead grifters like Kushner and the stooge brothers to put money over country, but Flynn was a fucking general. If he betrayed his country, no plea bargain is acceptable – he’s a traitor.

    • CW

      Being retired, he’s still on the payroll. What he was thinking, I don’t know.

      • Rags

        And he still must conform to military rules which are far tougher than an ordinary citizen’s responsibilities.

  • ArgieBargie

    Robert Fucking Mueller DOES NOT go to Jered.

    Jared comes to him.

  • schmannity

    Grab ’em by the Putin.

  • Belasaurius

    thoughts and prayers

  • Bill D. Burger

    OT: just now: Surprise! McCain says he will vote YES on the Tax Giveaway Plan for the 1%.

    • mfp, all 6s&7s&9s

      yeah…stunned 🙄

    • jesterpunk

      But is he deeply concerned?

      • Bill D. Burger

        Of course!

    • Ellie

      Nor a surprise, but he probably will send along some thoughts and prayers.

    • TundraGrifter

      I suggest you read “Mr. Smith is Dead.” Sadly, Sen. McCain has a long, established history of being a grandstander. He rants and raves and then he caves.

    • Iron Monkey

      Republican swine.

  • jesterpunk

    What do you expect from a guy that sounds like this?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elgtqfHiyro

    • Blanche de Shambles

      From the talking heads on the video: “I see Jared as the Alexander Hamilton of this administration.”

      So…keeps running his mouth about a guy notorious for fighting duels, and then gets his ass shot?

  • schmannity

    Trump not contributing to Flynn’s defense is a flaming red flag with sparklers and a bullhorn.

    • jesterpunk

      Trump already said he wont pay for anyone else and the RNC said they would pay Trump’s legal fees. Also Trump’s lawyer told everyone else they didnt need a lawyer.

      • Rebel Scum with permit

        Trump is now supposedly paying for his staffs legal fees. If they were smart, they asked for a big retainer up front. How much do you want to bet that Trump tries to instruct the attorneys to act in his own best interests rather than his staff’s, because he is paying the bills?

        • jesterpunk

          Did the checks clear or did he just say he is paying? Because if they didnt get the cash up front they are idiots with his history of not paying everyone including his own lawyers.

          • cmd resistor

            I’d be real surprised if he had paid one penny.

          • jesterpunk

            I would too, especially since Trump doesnt even pay the lawyers he hired to defend him in lawsuits for not paying people.

    • TundraGrifter

      Legally (not that that has stopped him before) I don’t think he can finance Gen. Flynn’s defense without exposing himself to obvious charges of attempting to influence a witness, obstruction of justice, et. al.

  • Bill D. Burger
  • UncleTravelingMatt

    Right. Criminal investigators ask witnesses for information that exonerates the target of the investigation all the time. And they mean it too. Really.

  • BigCSouthside

    Fuck all this. Anyone know people experienced at revolutions? I think we are pretty close to that

    • Daniel

      Well, you say you want a revolution, well, you know…

    • alwayspunkindrublic

      I’ll bring beer. And maybe a guillotine. I’m pretty handy with woodworking.

      • Rebel Scum with permit

        Knitting. I’ll take up knitting and find one of those comfy portable chairs.

    • IdiokraticKulturKommissar

      I know a guy in Cuba.

    • PubOption
    • Celtic_Gnome

      The other side wants a revolution, too, but they’d be fighting on the side of darkness, so it wouldn’t be a united peasantry against the leaders.

  • Nockular cavity

    I agree with our fair correspondent Mr. Hurst here: the instant Jared gets tossed beneath the rickshaw, Trump will go anti-Semitic full time. Bigly.

  • Lyly Sirivong

    So he’s either totally corrupt or as dumb as a chair.

    • Gosala

      ¿Porque no los dos?

    • Ghenghis McCann

      Both, definitely.

    • Edith Prickly

      In the chair’s defense, it is useful.

      • shivaskeeper

        And… always look down further in the comments.

        • Edith Prickly

          So many great minds in one place, what are you going to do?

          • shivaskeeper

            Same thing I always do. Make the same comment as someone else and then pretend I was the original one even if the timestamp says the other comment was hours before mine.

          • Celtic_Gnome

            Brilliant!

    • shivaskeeper

      Chairs are useful. Dumb as a bag of hair. Not useful hair either. I mean barber shop clippings kind of hair.

    • Old Man Yells at Cloud

      a little from column A; a little from column B.

    • IdRatherBeDancing

      yes

  • CW

    Trump’s rule might end like Mugabe’s. Slightly less crooked underlings will get tired of his senile ass, and put him out to pasture in a constitutional coup.

    • schmannity

      Both involve a dead elephant.

    • PubOption

      Is Donnie trying to nominate Ivanka as his successor? Melania wouldn’t want the job.

    • IdRatherBeDancing

      Oh — who gets to take over Fox News?

    • WotsAllThisThen

      So, ten million a year salary for life in exchange for going away?

      • Rags

        Time for a GoFundMe!!!

      • Arolpin

        As long as it’s 10,000,000 in Zimbabwean dollars a year, I’m all for it.

      • Iron Monkey

        I don’t think Robert Mugabe will be around to collect the second installment.

        • Sophie McMillan

          But Grace Mugabe is also included in those payments. She is set for life once he pops his clogs

  • Rebel Scum with permit

    Whether Jared gets thrown under the bus will depend on if Baby Girl wants to save him or not.

    • Bill D. Burger

      Tony Schwartz, Trump’s ghostwriter and acquaintance for 30+years, said Trump would throw anyone under the bus without hesitation, including his boyz’, and might hesitate only in the case of Ivanka. But she shouldn’t test that ‘loyalty’ too much or she might find tire tracks on herself.

      • Rebel Scum with permit

        I think he sees her as a beautiful extension of his physical self and his ego, so yes, she would be the last to go. But you’re right, he’d never sacrifice himself for anyone.

        • TundraGrifter

          Considering all the work she’s had done, she is his creation in more ways than one.

          “I couldn’t be fonder of you if you were my own son. But, well, if you lose a son, it’s possible to get another. There’s only one Maltese Falcon.” ~ Kaspar Gutman

          • Cosmic Owl

            Men have always been stupid, demanding sons.

            A daughter is much more loyal, fellas.

          • Mehmeisterjr

            When Mueller backs Ivanka into a corner (perjury-wise, not the kind of of backing-into-a-corner that involves Trump pussy-grabbing), it may test her limits.

        • Mehmeisterjr

          “It is a far, far better grope that I do, than I have ever groped and I have have to grab them, believe me; it is a far, far better Twitterstorm that I go to than I have ever known.” – A Firesale of Two Titties

      • Cosmic Owl

        Tiffany is safe, however.

        Trump hates her mother, and doesn’t really involve Tiff in much of anything.

        But if she did know something, moron Trump would toss her under the Earth Cruiser immediately.

      • the_steamer

        If the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, what’s stopping these kids from hanging their dad out to dry?

        • Celtic_Gnome

          The only thing saving Donald in that department? His kids are dumber than him.

    • puredog

      “Can you please stop WHINING for a moment, Jared? I’m on the phone with Justin.”

  • schmannity
    • IdRatherBeDancing

      Yup. Clyburn is really diminishing himself here. Conyers needs to go.

      • the_steamer

        Clyburn, Conyers and Franken could make a world of difference for America, women, minorities in general and justice itself by resigning while noting they aren’t the only people qualified to hold their particularly safe blue seats. Other men and women (that they could go ahead and name) should take the mantle and learn from all they’ve done, right and wrong.

        • John Thorstensen

          Minnesota elected Norm Coleman before Franken, so it may not be quite as azure as you think.

          • the_steamer

            Yeah, sure

  • Mr. Blobfish

    All that treason and he still hasn’t found a Russian kleptocrat to dump 666 Park Ave on.

    • IdRatherBeDancing

      It’s actually 666 Fifth Ave — I’ve been in that buliding several times and the entrance is not even on Fifth Avenue. Rather you enter from 53rd Street.

      • Meccalopolis

        I hate when they do that just for the cachet of a 5th avenue name plate

        • puredog

          Or, in their case, the cachet of a “666” address.

          • IdRatherBeDancing

            I do not recall smelling sulphur. Oh, 666 Park Avenue was a short-lived Tee Vee show.

          • JustDon’tSayProbably

            Deservedly short-lived

          • Parakeetist

            Satan

        • IdRatherBeDancing

          My office in DC has a K street adress but the entrance is on 16th .. lol ..having said that, a whole side is on K.

  • TundraGrifter

    How many times has Kushner had to “revise” his security clearance application? He signed those under penalty of perjury. And I believe such a document incorporates the spouse’s, if both are applying.

    So the issue isn’t if he committed perjury – the issue is will he be prosecuted for it?

    • cmd resistor

      Seems like last I read he still didn’t have that security clearance thing straightened out.

    • Bebecca

      I’ll bet trump told all his people to just write anything, it won’t matter since he’s president since every one of them failed to mention lots of things on their security clearance applications.

      • Covfefe

        Deep State was against Trump from the start. Anything you put in their silly forms you tell the Deep State. Why would you “tell all” to your enemies?

  • Meccalopolis

    Kushner’s the one they invite in to, “assist in the investigation” and “help clear up a few points,” all the while letting him incriminate himself.

    • eggs ackly-wright

      Like Columbo, just tying up a few loose ends.

      • Nigel R. Toppinglift, III

        Just one more thing…

        • JustDon’tSayProbably

          Mrs. Columbo hates it when I say that…

      • Bad Scooter

        dammit, I should always scroll down before I post! though I’ll leave mine since I included an imaginary Meullombo quote.

  • WotsAllThisThen

    Jared was just a low level volunteer. This doesn’t have anything to do with Trump.

    • Vagenda and Pee-ara

      He’s a young kid! He’s only 36, he didn’t know what he was doing. Why do you hate the youths of America?

    • Cosmic Owl

      He got the cofeve.

      • Covfefe

        He caught the covfefe.

        FIFY.

        • Mehmeisterjr

          I like covfefe,
          I like tea,
          I like the Jared jive,
          And it likes me.

          Jared and me and Ivanka makes three,
          A cuppa, a cuppa, a cuppa, a cuppa bullshit.

  • There was a young man name of Jared
    To the Daughter of Trump he was married
    Just wait ’til Dad calls
    And demands your sad balls
    And then he’ll forget where they’re buried

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9961662866c0feb9d8497d19e30a9fb06cfd7458be0fb7531cad52b852ad073c.jpg

    • Catstro

      I’m loving that it’s hairy balls rambutan day on Wonkette

  • Vagenda and Pee-ara

    Poor Paul Ryan just doesn’t seem to understand why the mean old Democrats are REFUSING to participate in a huge tax cut for the super rich. Why won’t they work with Trump, like Republicans worked with Obama??????

    • Bad Tom

      The Democrats are working with Trump just like the Republicans worked with Obama.

  • Bebecca

    “One source said the nature of this conversation was principally to make sure Kushner doesn’t have information that exonerates Flynn”.
    Is anyone else suspicious of this? It’s what anyone related to trump would use as an excuse for a visit from Mueller.

  • I hope he ends up in the same cell his old man was in.

    • Covfefe

      No way he ends up in the same cell his old man was in. His old man was a minimum security prisoner, known only to a few people on Wall Street, who hadn’t cheated anyone in prison. Your man Jared in going to be in Admin Seg for his own good. He’s high profile. Sides, he’ll keep talking to the FBI and such if he thinks that can get him it of Ad Seg and into a country club.

      • Jeffery Campbell

        …and he’s got real purty mouth.

  • goonemeritus

    Jared by some accounts wasn’t totally awful before marrying into the Trump clan. It gives me pause as I look at my two single son’s.

    • Shibusa
    • rumsey

      His father bought him a place at Harvard, and he went to visit his father frequently in the Federal penitentiary where he was serving a sentence — put there by Chris Christie. The Kushner family is just as slimy as the Trumps, only on a New Jersey scale.

    • Jeffery Campbell

      I’m sorry, you are gravely mistaken. There is every indication that has always been an asshole.

  • Raan

    Obama should have hidden a fake Kenyan birth certificate signed “Suck A Lemon, Little Man!”

  • Covfefe

    CLUE: When you’re involved with your buddies in a criminal enterprise and the detectives ask you if you know anything that could exonerate your buddies, they’re not talking about your buddies; they’re talking about you.

    I know, you walk into that room thinking you’re smarter than these dumb cops, with their “police Administration” degrees, that are like physical ed degrees. You think you can play them, because, of course, you are smarter than they are. Trouble is, they know more than you think they know and you are “playing,” all right, right into their big grubby hands.

    KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT.

    • dshwa

      This was my thought too. Flynn has already babbled, let’s get this guy to trip up nine ways to Sunday so we can nail his ass to the wall too.

  • Anne Of Green Bagels

    worst mobster movie ever.

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    It’s not clear that this is the only time that Kushner will meet with the special counsel’s team.

    God, I envy that fly on the wall…

  • Flatulus

    Kushner has been begging for $$$’s to save him from his 666 5th Ave debacle first from the Russians, then Ukraine and now Saudi Arabia.
    Nor even Adelson is gonna help – how about Bibi?

  • ken_kukec

    As to J-Kush, he sells fairy tales all about the Seychelles.

    • SDGeoff3

      He sells Seychelles?

      • Old town Urbandale

        By the Seyshore.

    • Jeffery Campbell

      He sells Seychelles…oh never mind. Go to fucking jail already!

  • Tetman Callis

    The phrase “conspiracy to receive stolen property” keeps running across my mind when I read about the Jared and the Junior and their hijinks. The Demo emails are the property to which I refer, though I suppose laundered funds could also fit the (true) bill. Aforementioned conspiracy is an actual federal crime (what isn’t, these days?), but the feds don’t care unless the property is worth at least the middle four figures. What’s the going rate for stolen emails? (Don’t tell me — we don’t want to know if we even know, you know?)

  • Pat_Pending

    This still feels a little like Luke Skywalker going down that little chute to blow up the Death Star.

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