Crown Prince Bone Saw repays his debts, and the Boy Prince from New Jersey Jared Kushner is the beneficiary:
Six months after leaving the White House, Jared Kushner secured a $2 billion investment from a fund led by the Saudi crown prince, a close ally during the Trump administration, despite objections from the fund’s advisers about the merits of the deal.
A panel that screens investments for the main Saudi sovereign wealth fund cited concerns about the proposed deal with Mr. Kushner’s newly formed private equity firm, Affinity Partners, previously undisclosed documents show.
But days later the full board of the $620 billion Public Investment Fund — led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s de facto ruler and a beneficiary of Mr. Kushner’s support when he worked as a White House adviser — overruled the panel.
And that’s the quid paying the quo if ever there was one. So now we know what the assassination of US resident and WaPo journalist Jamal Khashoggi was worth to ol’ Bone Saw (not including the subsequent barbecue), and we definitely know what it was worth to Jar-JarVanky: his soul.