Democrats’ “witch hunt” is sure coming back with a lot of guilty witches. It seems that Donald Trump and all of his surrogates who once claimed they’d never been to Russia, didn’t know anyone in Russia, have never met with/talked to a Russia, etc., have been to Russia, know people in Russia, and have met with/talked to Russians. Crazy, right?
It’s crazy, true, and a horrible stain on the American system of government. As much as Trump would like todistract people from receiving additional confirmation that they were failed by the Electoral College, the reality is that Robert Mueller and those pushing for an unbiased investigation into alleged Trump-Russia collusion, continue to get evidence that there are in fact Trump ties to Russia that very well may have lent themselves to Russian interference in Election 2016.
Paul Manafort and George Papadopoulos have already been indicted on federal charges related to financial crimes that sources say are major links in the chain that ties Trump to Russia. Rumors are swirling that former National Security Adviser, Michael Flynn, and his son, are next to be charged.
With the Trump camp packed full of family members and family friends, who else is in line to be indicted? At least one Washington insider says it’s Trump’s son in law, Jared Kushner. Said to have “won the White House” for Trump, Kushner has been a quiet, but ever-present force. Moreover, the Kushner family is no stranger to making illegal financial moves, so many say Jared learned from one of the best in the fraud/money laundering business, his father, Charles.
Former Vermont Governor and head of the Democratic Party, Howard Dean, appeared on MSNBC to weigh-in on the Mueller investigation and possible next steps. According to Dean, Mueller will now close in on the Trump family. Dean said:
‘I expect there’s a good likelihood Jared Kushner will be indicted for money laundering, then we’re going to have to see how far this Russian business goes. The next step is going to be the Trump family itself.’
Dean’s comments regarding Mueller’s the direction he thinks Special Counsel Mueller is taking his investigation, are below:
— PoliticsVideoChannel (@politvidchannel) November 5, 2017
Despite Kushner’s claims that he has done nothing wrong, there is overwhelming evidence that he isn’t telling the truth. An overview of Kushner’s meeting with Russian bank officials who have close ties to President Vladimir Putin is below: