The president’s son-in-law and senior adviser takes a leading role in a variety of Trump challenges, this time responding to the escalating coronavirus outbreak.
ROBERT STEELE: This captures everything that is wrong with the Trump White House. Kushner could yet destroy our President. A proper endeavor — still lacking — would have created both a counterintelligence task force starting with NSA unmasking every communication associated with Event 201 going back in time and then forward today, along with analysis of all insider trading, media contacts and stories, banking transactions, and other related discoverable “conspiracy” information, and a bio-electromagnetic diagnostic team able to evaluate the time and place of every alleged infection, correlate 5G and radiation sickness, and quickly contain actual biological cases, as Singapore — alone — successfully managed. Iconoclasts rather than house whores — would have had pride of place in consultations, including Jon Rappoport and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and others with deep medical knowledge all saying this is a fake pandemic. None of these people did citation analytics or multinational consultation or — the most basic first step — epidemiology at the individual level. Trump can still win re-election, but this disaster should show him that he lacks the intelligence and communications ecology he needs; that Kushner is a man-child best sent home; and that his political base is now weaker by 25% — he has no alternative but to embrace Dr. Cynthia McKinney and #UNRIG and go for broke.