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US attorneys subpoena emails from Kushner family development firm over pay-for-visa pitch: report

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Federal prosecutors in New York have issued subpoenas for Kushner Cos., the property business development company owned by the family of Jared Kushner, the Wall Street Journal reports.

According to the Journal, the subpoenas concern the company’s “investment-for-immigration program;” investigators are probing whether at least one New Jersey development was financed in part by individuals who believed they could secure green cards by investing in the building.

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The company, headed by Kushner’s sister Nicole Meyer, drew scrutiny in May after a marketing pitch targeting Chinese investors promised individuals who put $500,000 towards the development could receive their green cards under the EB-5 visa program.

The subpoena includes a request for emails from the company.

Read the full report at the Wall Street Journal.


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‘Kraken’ attorney has message for Trump fans: Make checks payable to Sidney Powell

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Today we learned why mobster Don Donald Trump wanted the wildest of his wild-eyed attorneys ejected unceremoniously from his so-called legal team: She was trying to cut into his action.

Yes, TV attorney Sidney Powell can grift with the best of them.

Now that Powell has “unleashed the Kraken” with the help of a copy editor who was smoking the Kraken, it’s time to resolve one of the burning questions of the QAnon universe: “How can we ever show our appreciation to Sidney Powell?”

It turns out you can send her a check as part of a ruse so shameless that Powell isn’t bothering to have your payment made out to the 501 C-4 political “organization” she formed. Just pay the woman directly.

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Conservative blames ‘political correctness’ for pausing COVID-19 vaccine trials to ensure it works for everyone

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A conservative columnist complained that pausing to ensure coronavirus vaccines worked on demographics that were hardest hit by the pandemic was intolerable "political correctness."

Aerospace engineer Robert Zubrin published a column for National Review reacting to a New York Times report on the rush to develop a vaccine for the potentially deadly and highly contagious coronavirus, and complaining the process hadn't been swift enough.

"This situation was made even worse when Moncef Slaoui, head of the Trump administration’s 'Operation Warp Speed,' contacted Moderna on August 25 and told them they had to pause the final stage of their testing program until they recruited more minority subjects," Zubrin wrote. "This delightful piece of political correctness cost Moderna a month, during which time approximately 40,000 Americans died from coronavirus."

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Fox News report determines Trump ‘cannot pardon himself’

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A Fox News segment on Thursday concluded that President Donald Trump cannot grant himself a pardon before leaving office.

Following Trump's pardon of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, Fox News host Julie Banderas spoke to Reuters correspondent Jeff Mason about the decision.

"I've heard this from a couple sources that I spoke to -- former White House officials -- yesterday, who said this president is planning more pardons," Mason reported. "Clearly this is a president who is on his way out from the White House and he's got just a little less than two months to continue to make his mark."

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