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Trump-loving Christian conspiracist claims Jared Kushner, Bill Barr and Monica Lewinsky are Israeli spies

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A pro-Trump Christian conspiracy theorist has cooked up one of its wildest claims yet: that the president’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, Clinton intern Monica Lewinsky and Attorney General Bill Barr are all operatives of Israel’s Mossad spy agency.

The Daily Beast reported Friday that the ironically-named TruNews website run by conservative radio host Rick Wiles claimed the pedophilia and sex trafficking accusations against Trump-linked billionaire Jeffrey Epstein are part of a Mossad operation to bring him down.

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According to Wiles, the late British publisher Robert Maxwell and his daughter Ghislaine (Epstein’s ex named in a lawsuit as his co-conspirator) were actually Mossad agents.

The TruNews pundit then claimed that a photo shown to Jeb Bush at George H.W. Bush’s funeral made him “almost pass out.”

“I don’t know what was in that photograph but I would guess that the Israeli Mossad provided President Trump with an extremely damaging, compromising photograph of George Herbert Walker Bush, enough to make his son almost pass out,” Wiles said.

“That brings us back to Jared Kushner,” he added. “Just a good Jewish boy, working in his father-in-law’s White House, on behalf of his masters in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.”

Wiles claimed that his incoherent scheme “looks like a Jewish mafia operation” and that “Ghislaine is the connection to Mossad.”

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Later, he said “the [independent counsel Ken] Starr investigation of Bill Clinton was a hoax” and that “Monica Lewinsky was, most likely, the Mossad agent in the White House.”

You can watch Wiles unfold his bizarre conspiracy below:

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Scathing editorial shreds Kansas Republicans for endangering thousands by overturning coronavirus order

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On Wednesday a committee of Republican lawmakers in Kansas decided to overthrow Gov. Laura Kelly (D) over her decision to limit church services to 10 or fewer people during the coronavirus outbreak. While the Bible says "where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them," for the Kansas GOP, it simply wasn't enough.

Already three Kansans have contracted coronavirus from being at church, and in a scathing editorial, the Kansas City Star shredded the Republicans for putting lives in danger.

"More Kansans will get sick because of the committee’s vote. More lives will be at risk,' the editorial began.

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Blistering video from George Conway’s conservative group rips laughable claim impeachment ‘distracted’ Trump from coronavirus

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Trump’s new chief of staff Mark Meadows already facing damaging leaks from White House staffers

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President Donald Trump's new White House chief of staff is already in hot water after just a couple of weeks on the job.

Mark Meadows, who resigned from Congress in late March to begin work in the White House, quickly pushed out legislative liaison Mike McKenna and then replaced press secretary Stephanie Grisham -- and other aides could soon be on their way out, reported Bloomberg.

The North Carolina Republican has also ruffled feathers by calling Republican governors who have resisted issuing stay-at-home orders and asking them to do so immediately, according to two people familiar with the calls.

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