Kushner: Why Can’t DeSantis Just Steal The Kids Like We Did?

“I say, old Bean, have you any Grey Poupon?”

Without any irony, Jared Kushner —while pushing his book— told Fox News it was very troubling to see migrants being used as political pawns.

I personally watch what’s happening and it’s very hard to see at the southern border. We have to remember these are human beings. They’re people. So seeing them being used as political pawns one way or the other is very troubling to me.

This from a member of the 4th Reich whose rallying cry is, Build The Wall.  Hair Hüror’s Fratsputin continued:

…But I do think that if you go back to the time under President Trump with the lowest border crossings in history, when he turned over the administration and the border was secure, it was very safe…

Unless you happened to be a child separated from their parents in a policy dreamt up by Hair Füror’s Pocket Nazi, Stephen ‘Peewee Herman Goering” Miller.

I think the policies that President Trump was trying to put forward on figuring out how to create a secure border, a merit-based immigration system, having rule and law and order were very important policies that unfortunately was just totally disregarded and reversed. Day one. And now we’re seeing the unfortunate humanitarian catastrophe that comes because of that. 

Ron DeSantis humanitarian catastrophe of shipping asylum seekers from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard. #FIFY, Fratsputin.

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13 Responses to Kushner: Why Can’t DeSantis Just Steal The Kids Like We Did?

  1. Martin Pollard says:

    “No more self-awareness than a dog licking its own asshole on a public sidewalk.” – Jim Wright

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    • Redhand says:

      Is that the same Jim Wright from the Ft. Worth, TX area who became GOP House Speaker and was forced to resign in disgrace?


      • Martin Pollard says:

        Er, no. This Jim Wright is a Navy vet who runs a blog called Stonekettle Station (and is also on the Usual Social Media Suspects). Much insightful political (and other) commentary, plus an avid photographer. He’s well worth following on social media.


      • MDavis says:

        He’s a navy vet who worked in intelligence. AKA Stonekettle, shorthand for Stonekettle Station. He’s also an author, in addition to being a photographer and a woodworker. Has an etsy site that lights up when he has new stuff to sell.
        I think I’ve seen him point out that the oaths you take on taking office or joining the military don’t expire even when that service or office does.


  2. w3ski4me says:

    This is the kind of crap that makes me ashamed to be an American.

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  3. roket says:

    I suppose these Nazis aren’t interested in the opinion of a representative from Mexico on TFG’s border policy. That in and of itself exposes their actual regard for sovereign nations.


  4. annieasksyou says:

    Not smart enough to just go away and hide til his subpoena arrives.


  5. *FelineMama* says:

    Tengrain, do you remember the background on this pic of mr. K & the soldier? What is the soldier trying to convey to jared?????
    It’s interesting & I’m a curious bird!!


  6. Redhand says:

    “Stupid fuking dilettante” were the first three words I thought of on seeing this oldie. Also, it looks like he slept in his jacket and couldn’t be bothered to attend to even the most basic sartorial “grooming standards” in a military environment. His shirt isn’t tucked in, there’s no belt, and he couldn’t even get the velcro straps to his flak vest properly aligned.

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  7. Richard Portman says:

    Etiolate. Look it up . It describes him perfectly. A


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  9. pagan in repose says:

    Fucking taradiddle from an insufferable pile of rancid twaddlers, AKA the trump administration.

    I fart in his general direction. I say general direction because I wouldn’t want a fart to have direct contact with his putrid stench.

    Am I being too polite? Who can tell.

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