Wednesday, February 1, 2017

'Not a coincidence' that Trump controversies come while Kushner observing Shabbat,

It is “not a coincidence” that some of President Trump’s most controversial moments came when two of his closest advisers were observing the Shabbat, according to a report.
Trump’s daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner are seen as a moderating force on the commander-in-chief’s policies, though Vanity Fairreports that he has been out of the loop in critical phases.
The magazine wrote that Kushner and Ivanka, who are Orthodox Jews, do not work or use technology from sundown on Fridays to sundown on Saturdays, which is when Trump complained about reports of his inauguration crowd size.
“He wasn’t rolling calls on Saturday when this happened,” an unidentified source said. “To me, that’s not a coincidence.”
Beyond that Saturday, chaos surrounding Trump’s travel ban, believed to have been pushed by nationalist-leaning adviser Steve Bannon, also occurred during Shabbat.
Bannon's influence is seen as growing in the administration's first weeks, and the former Breitbart editor has been given a seat on the National Security Council.
This Saturday also saw the White House release a statement on the Holocaust that did not specifically mention Jews, which gained national attention despite officials' claims that it was being blown out of proportion.
Going back to July 2015, one of Trump’s first controversial campaign statements, saying that Sen. John McCain was “not a war hero” because he was captured.
The Sundays after each of those Saturdays saw Trump’s team more under control.
Trump followed the McCain statements by pointing out that he did call the senator a war hero in the same interview, and White House officials tried to clarify the executive orders this past Sunday.


Anonymous said...

As usual your reports are twisted if not outright lies so it should fit your agenda and obsessions
1) The first Shabbos Ivanka and her family were constantly mechalel Shabbos day and night posed for pictures entered a church to say "nishmas"... supposedly with a "special permission" from some unknown "rabbi"
2) This past Shabbos the "shomer Shabbos" couple did the following
"The Kushners break bread with Team Trump: Jared and Ivanka welcome several members of the President's cabinet for the first big Shabbat meal at their new DC home"
Sorry she's according to Halacha NOT Jewish his children are NOT considered Jews, his brother unfortunately is openly living with a Goyta at least he's not lying

jancsibacsi said...

Who cares if he or she are shommer shabbat religious jews think that the universe revolves around them ,this magnification of the self on the religious part is due to their inferiority complex a bunch of honour hungry self depricating jerks is what theese religious bozos are.

Anonymous said...

As a PROUD RELIGIOUS JEW i care, you obviously care more about your dog, and it's irrelevant if you like it or not but the universe DOES revolve around the religious observant Jewish nation, now get back to your dog-hole and continue your un-meaningful animalistic lifestyle

Anonymous said...

hey Jancsi,you are nothing but a stupid MARMAROSHER FERD,you have the inteligence of a poodle,as a matter of fact i still remmember that you used to be the TUCHES-LEKER of that antisemite piece of human garbage Shmaryah Rosenberg (failled messiah) yemach shemo,why don't you go and join him .