Report: Fratsputin To Start A New Grift

Jar-Jar vanka Time: The big hand is on her ass, the little orange hand is no where to be seen.

Oh, gawd, Merde-a-Lardo habitué and nepotism Exhibit A, Jared is returning to his private sector job of being an entitled wanker who was born on third base, and leaving behind the glamorous life of politics where no one really wanted him:

Jared Kushner, ex-White House senior advisor to former President Donald Trump, plans to move away from politics and start an investment firm, according to a Reuters report on Wednesday.

Sources close to the matter told the news outlet that Kushner is finalizing the launch of Affinity Partners, an investment company that will be headquartered in Miami. The firm is still in its planning stages and is expected to launch in the coming months, according to the sources.

Kushner is also aiming to open an office in Israel, which would establish regional investments between the country and India, North African and Gulf nations, sources told Reuters.

After bringing enduring peace to the Middle East, well, he ought to have boffo bidness in Israel. Local hero and all that.

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9 Responses to Report: Fratsputin To Start A New Grift

  1. ‘Affinity Partners’….google google google HAH! I knew that term was familiar!

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  2. Ten Bears says:

    So bofo for Israel it’s welcome to move there, take the bimbo …

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  3. Bruce388 says:

    The life of a slumlord just doesn’t provide enough glamor.


  4. Buttermilk Sky says:

    The definition of “affinity fraud” on the SEC website all but mentions Bernie Madoff by name. Among his victims were Elie Wiesel, Sandy Koufax and Mets owner Fred Wilpon. Jared can’t have chosen the name ironically, can he?


  5. HarpoSnarx says:

    Will he be levying rent penalties himself when the exmptions expire? Seems in character.


  6. pagan in repose says:

    WARNING: Explicit material ahead. Proceed with caution.

    I’m surprised he’s not trying to fist her in the butt.


  7. Richard Portman says:

    What to do with that person? He looks so false and unhappy. His family has abused him.
    And now he has to live with his family choices.


    • pagan in repose says:

      Wonderful display of empathy. The world needs quite a bit more of it.

      “His family has abused him.” That sentence points to a real problem with our species: intergenerational child abuse and neglect.

      In my humble opinion it is the most damaging thing we humans do to ourselves and the world.

      It is not talked about openly but here are many papers written about it, if you look the subject up.

      Here is one:


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