White House policy advisor Jared Kushner is said to be playing a leading role in encouraging President Donald Trump to oppose former attorney general Jeff Sessions’ candidacy for the U.S. Senate.
Populist commentator Ryan Girdusky reported on the development on Tuesday.
SCOOP: The real reason for the tremendous push against Sessions coming from the White House has little to do with Russia and more to do with Jared Kushner's bail reform.
— Ryan James Girdusky (@RyanGirdusky) May 26, 2020
The personal feud between Sessions and Trump is well known, but earlier reports had suggested that President Trump intended to remain neutral in the Republican primary runoff between Jeff Sessions and Tommy Tuberville. Jared Kushner’s urgings may have proved crucial in motivating the President to forcefully oppose Sessions’ candidacy, and Trump remains angered over Sessions’ recusal as Attorney General from oversight of the witch hunt Russia investigation.
Girdusky is reporting that Kushner’s support of soft-on-crime jailbreak legislation is an essential element to his opposition to Sessions. As Attorney General, Sessions strongly shut down attempts from liberal Republicans and the Democratic Party to release thousands of hardened criminals from the prison system before their assigned sentences were completed.
Kushner has aggressively pushed jailbreak legislation with the hopes of ingratiating himself with the liberal cultural elite.
Kushner was one of the lead architects of bail reform and Sessions constantly pushed back against him. Sources inside the WH told me Kushner hated Sessions more than any other person inside Trump's WH.
— Ryan James Girdusky (@RyanGirdusky) May 26, 2020
Kushner’s stringent support of mass immigration may also be a crucial factor in what Girdusky is describing as his stringent opposition to Sessions. Kushner has repeatedly attempted to ram through various amnesty and cheap labor visa programs, a set of policy proposals Sessions’ return to the Senate would certainly complicate. Sessions has the strongest conservative track record of any former Senator or federal legislator, almost singlehandedly shutting down several amnesty and visa expansion programs over his career of decades in the Senate.
Sessions’ opponent, football coach Tommy Tuberville, is yet to provide satisfying answers for some highly questionable statements on immigration policy. Tuberville has endorsed the notion of admitting 400,000 Indian visa workers to fill American jobs, a policy long sought by corporate elites seeking to replace American workers with a more compliant and cheaper staff.
The support of a stringent White House liberal committed to undermining President Trump’s America First policy vision is a strong red flag against Tommy Tuberville.
IT’S REAL: Four New Jersey Democrats Charged With Election Fraud in Mail-In Ballot Scheme
They’re all Democrats.
Four men, two of whom are Democratic city council members, have been charged with running a voter fraud operation in the town of Paterson, New Jersey.
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced charges of mail-in voting fraud, election fraud, and illegal possession of mail-in ballots against Michael Jackson, Alex Mendez, Shelim Khalique, and Abu Rayzen.
Jackson is an active city councilman, while Mendez is a councilman-elect. Khalique is the brother of another Paterson city councilman, and Rayzen is a campaign operative for Khalique’s brother, Shahin Khalique.
The charges allege that Jackson took it upon himself to pick up completed mail-in ballots from voters in the city and delivered them to the Passaic County Board of Elections. Jackson failed to disclose to the board of elections that he delivered ballots for that he’s a city council member, and in one case, a ballot that he picked up that was unsealed was delivered to the election authorities sealed and completed.
Mendez is also accused of the same form of dishonest ballot harvesting, declining to reveal that he was a candidate for office when dropping off mail-in ballots. He’s also charged with falsifying and tampering with records.
Although they’re rarely enforced, New Jersey laws criminalizing election fraud have strict penalties, and it’s possible that the men could face prison sentences of up to ten years if they’re convicted of the second-degree felonies of which they’re charged.
A state investigation into the recent Paterson city election spurred the criminal charges, with AG Grewal revealing that 20% of the ballots filed in the election were fraudulent.
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