In their latest ad called “Evil,” the Lincoln Project rightfully portrays Jared Kushner and other members of the Trump team as something out of the movie, The Omen.
Saying “evil is real,” the narrator continues (with video of Mr. Kushner in the background) by stating “we ignore it when it seems educated, polite, superficially charming, even sophisticated. We trivialize it, ignore it, and when we do, it grows.”
The ad then recounts that last spring Kushner had organized a team to form a national testing plan that never materialized because according to reporting by Vanity Fair:
“Trump’s COVID team, led by Jared Kushner, decided to ignore testing in states with Democratic Governors. Evil was in that room…It was that meeting that led to Trump policies that would kill more Americans than Pearl Harbor, Vietnam, and 9/11. More Americans than World War One. It was deliberate, cold, political, premediated…let’s call it what it is. Evil.”
What do people call individuals when they set events in motion that kill people?
Lock them up after voting them out this November.
Please read Bulwark Founder Charlie Sykes (another right of center columnist) commentary on Kushner and Trump by clicking here.
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