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Jared Kushner Demands Republicans Fall in Line With Mass Migration Ahead of 2020 Election

It’s a tragedy that the President own son-in-law so bitterly opposes the essence of the ‘MAGA’ movement.

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Jared Kushner is intensely lobbying for leading congressional Republicans to adopt a pro-mass immigration platform ahead of the 2020 election, according to reports that surfaced Wednesday.

Kushner claims to be the author of a 600-page proposal he presented to Republican leadership. Kushner’s immigration plan pays lip service to wall construction, but does nothing to decrease legal immigration in an era where immigration restriction has wide-ranging support from the American people, including most Trump supporters. It’s likely Kushner’s big business-first immigration proposal will actually increase legal immigration, as he’s tried to slip such an unpopular proposal into Republican immigration legislation before. 

Kushner’s immigration plan also declines to mandate nationwide E-Verify, a longtime goal of immigration patriots and a policy both endorsed and sought after by Donald Trump himself.

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Kushner spoke to a meeting of Republican Senators hoping to sell his proposal, but reports indicate that his reception was mixed. Kushner’s 600-page plan may very well include little more than token wall funding for immigration patriots while endorsing numerous pro-mass immigration policies long sought after by both leftist Democrats and America’s biggest corporations.

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Senators Mike Lee and Ron Johnson spoke on the record in support of Kushner’s immigration plan, whereas Senator Rob Portman of Ohio was concerned with the plan’s lack of a national E-Verify proposal.

Jared Kushner has never truly supported Donald Trump’s revolutionary pro-American policies, and has been known to try and insert wildly unpopular globalist policies into the political program of the Trump administration.

Donald Trump campaigned on a platform of decreasing immigration in order to allow more wealth generated in the American economy to flow to American workers. Unfortunately, it’s hard to deliver on the most heartfelt of campaign promises when your own family members are working day and night behind the scenes to stifle them and institute the exact opposite policy.

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CLOWNWORLD: White House Praises ‘African-American Music Appreciation Month’ During Riots

Behold the leadership of President Kushner.

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President Donald Trump has been largely silent on Friday night as the country is set on fire by rioters sending a unified message of racial superiority in cities across the nation.

Although Trump has not said or done much of anything as the nation burns, his administration inexplicably released a proclamation in favor of “African-American Music Appreciation Month 2020” while the nation is torn apart by diversity.

“The lyrics and melodies of African-American music have played a powerful role in defining America’s unique landscape. From the soulful streets of the Big Easy to the recording studios of Los Angeles, African-American music has shaped our American culture,” the proclamation reads.

“During African-American Music Appreciation Month 2020, we pay tribute to the monumental achievements of African-American artists who pioneered and evolved the blues, jazz, gospel, rock and roll, rap, hip-hop, and other iconic genres,” it adds.

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The proclamation that was released to the public on early Saturday morning can be seen its entirety here:

African-American Music Appreciation Month 2020 has been around since liberal former President Jimmy Carter decreed that June would serve as a month to honor black music on June 7, 1979. It used to be known as Black Music Month, but former President Barack Hussein Obama updated it with a more politically correct name in 2009. This is a creation of the far left to pander to minorities.

“During African-American Music Appreciation Month, we recall the known and unknown musicians who helped create this musical history. Their contributions help illuminate the human experience and spirit, and they help us reflect on our Nation’s ongoing narrative,” Obama wrote in 2009 as he announced he would be changing the name of the month.

Trump has continued with the tradition of virtue-signaling set by his liberal predecessors, and it could not come at a more humiliating time as the country burns in race riots. Protesters even showed up outside of the White House to cause a commotion, and Trump has said nothing.

Conservatives are growing angry with Trump’s lack of a response in the face of the widespread violence after he ran on the law-and-order candidate in 2016 who would take decisive action to defeat thugs:

President Trump is clearly listening to his son-in-law Jared Kushner, who has hobnobbed with globalists and pushed for leftist-style pandering to racial groups, and his unqualified campaign manager Brad Parscale, who has Karl Rove pulling strings and says immigration is not an issue Trump should run on. These dopes may sink Trump’s re-election efforts if he does not wise up and listen to his populist base fast.

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