Jared Kushner Gives up Game, Takes the Side of Illegal Immigrants in Ron DeSantis Flight Plans

Jared Kushner is doing the rounds on Fox News as his new book is out, “Breaking History: A White House Memoir.”

While on Fox News’ Outnumbered the topic of Ron DeSantis sending illegal immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard came up. Kushner showed his New York liberalism while on the show, sharing his displeasure with what DeSantis had done.

“I personally watch what’s happening, and it’s very hard to see at the southern border … We have to remember that 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,” Kushner said.

DeSantis chartered a flight from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard for about 50 illegal immigrants. Martha’s Vineyard has been touted being a sanctuary for illegal immigrants. However, after being handed a small fraction of illegal immigrants that have flooded our southern border since Biden took office their words didn’t meet their actions.

Many residents of Martha’s Vineyard were in an uproar over the illegal immigrants deposited in their backyard. Action was quickly taken and they were removed from the island in less than two days.

The mainstream media was outraged over the action taken by the governor. Biden has been flying illegal immigrants all over the country, the same thing that DeSantis and Abbott have been doing only with very little press.

When Biden moved illegal immigrants to Florida this sparked the idea to put them in places that would affect Biden and other D.C. policymakers.

Kushner also said, “People don’t talk enough about the fact that these people are lured into these journeys by the coyotes, they’re paying a lot of money. I think 80 percent of women are sexually assaulted along the way. They come into America, they don’t have papers, many of them are exploited … so it’s a very sad situation.”

“Under President Trump, we had the lowest border crossings in history when he turned over the administration. The border was secure, it was very safe,” Kushner added. 

Kushner also suggested that restarting the wall-building efforts could, ““prevent a lot of death and prevent a lot of sexual exploitation.”