Washington Post Reveals Shocking & Scary Encounter With Kushner Family

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In Beijing, China, this weekend, the media was ejected from an event in which the family of Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law, suggested U.S. visas would be granted in exchange for substantial investments in the company Kushner ran until last year.

Kushner’s sister, Nicole, sought funds for the family’s Kushner 1 real estate project in New Jersey, and openly touted her brother’s connections to both the company and the president.

Understanding the poor optics of putting such a blatant conflict of interest on full display, the Kushners had journalists removed from the event — forcibly in some cases.

Congcong Zhang, a Beijing-based researcher for the Washington Post, confirmed that the organization threatened, harassed, and physically removed her:

The Trumps and Kushners have been brazenly using the presidency as a means to financially enrich themselves since even before Inauguration Day.

Now, we are seeing them cross a new line into tyranny by physically abusing individuals who try,to tell the truth about their deeds.

These tactics from the First Family, especially coming so early in the presidency are disturbing, to say the least.

We would not allow this kind of behavior from an airline, and we definitely should not stand for it coming from the President of the United States.

What do you think?