New reports have indicated that a December meeting between Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak was focused on Syria, even though it’s being reported that more sinister things were being discussed. Left-wing media outlets have been claiming that Kushner was speaking with the ambassador about establishing a secure, private line with Russia. Surprise, surprise: the liberals are wrong, again.
Sources say that while the Russians did suggest the idea of creating and using a secure line to connect with the Trump administration, and not Kushner himself, the purpose of said line was to be for a single use: a one-off call about Syria. Hardly the deceitful act that it’s been made out to be, for sure.
Apparently, much of the conversation Kushner had with Kislyak revolved around Russia’s concerns about the Obama administration’s Syria policies, which they reportedly believe to be “deeply flawed.”
Sources say that some reports have indicated that Kushner is currently under the FBI’s investigation of the supposed collusion between the Russian government and the Trump campaign.
As reported, “Kushner suggested the use of Russian diplomatic facilities as a way to shield pre-inauguration discussions with Kislyak from monitoring, according to The Post.”
“Kislyak allegedly then relayed the suggestion to his superiors in Moscow. That was based on intercepts of Russian communications that were reviewed by U.S. officials, although neither the meeting nor the communications of the Americans involved were under U.S. Surveillance”
Kushner is more than willing to disclose the details of their conversation to Congress or any other interested parties. Sadly, the liberal media will likely face little to no push back for their propagation of misinformation.