Trump Completely Distrusts Jew Advisor Kushner, Considering All-Out War Against GOP Establishment

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
November 3, 2017

This kike needs to go.

We’ve always suspected that all of Trump’s bad decisions were due to his Jew stepson Jared Kushner’s evil influence. Well, it feels good to know that Trump also agrees with that assessment now.

It was pretty clear from the start that Kushner was basically an enemy agent placed in Trump’s administration in order to sabotage it, but the Mueller investigation is now making this a matter that needs to be urgently dealt with.

Hopefully, this “Russian meddling” investigation can be used as a pretext to throw Kushner under the bus, attack the Clinton clique as well as take down the Republican establishment.

Vanity Fair:

Until now, Robert Mueller has haunted Donald Trump’s White House as a hovering, mostly unseen menace. But by securing indictments of Paul Manafort and Rick Gates, and a surprise guilty plea from foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos, Mueller announced loudly that the Russia investigation poses an existential threat to the president. “Here’s what Manafort’s indictment tells me: Mueller is going to go over every financial dealing of Jared Kushner and the Trump Organization,” said former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg. “Trump is at 33 percent in Gallup. You can’t go any lower. He’s fucked.”

Kushner might actually be the only member of Trump’s administration that really did do shady stuff related to Russia.

If so, firing him could kill two birds with one stone: get rid of this meddling Jew once and for all, and help protect Trump from impeachment.

Will Trump finally be exorcised from this Jewish influence?

The consensus among the advisers I spoke to is that Trump faces few good options to thwart Mueller. For one, firing Mueller would cross a red line, analogous to Nixon’s firing of Archibald Cox during Watergate, pushing establishment Republicans to entertain the possibility of impeachment. “His options are limited, and his instinct is to come out swinging, which won’t help things,” said a prominent Republican close to the White House.

I’m not so sure about that. There’s enough evidence to prove to the people that Mueller is in a severe conflict of interest, not to mention the incredible Clinton corruption scandal that is being covered up.

With proper strategy, this could actually be pulled off.

Trump, meanwhile, has reacted to the deteriorating situation by lashing out on Twitter and venting in private to friends. He’s frustrated that the investigation seems to have no end in sight. “Trump wants to be critical of Mueller,” one person who’s been briefed on Trump’s thinking says. “He thinks it’s unfair criticism. Clinton hasn’t gotten anything like this. And what about Tony Podesta? Trump is like, When is that going to end?” According to two sources, Trump has complained to advisers about his legal team for letting the Mueller probe progress this far. Speaking to Steve Bannon on Tuesday, Trump blamed Jared Kushner for his role in decisions, specifically the firings of Mike Flynn and James Comey, that led to Mueller’s appointment, according to a source briefed on the call. When Roger Stone recently told Trump that Kushner was giving him bad political advice, Trump agreed, according to someone familiar with the conversation. “Jared is the worst political adviser in the White House in modern history,” Nunberg said. “I’m only saying publicly what everyone says behind the scenes at Fox News, in conservative media, and the Senate and Congress.”

He knows.

As Mueller moves to interview West Wing aides in the coming days, advisers are lobbying for Trump to consider a range of stratagems to neutralize Mueller, from conciliation to a declaration of all-out war. One Republican explained Trump’s best chance for survival is to get his poll numbers up. Trump’s lawyer Ty Cobb has been advocating the view that playing ball will lead to a quick resolution (Cobb did not respond to a request for comment). But these soft-power approaches are being criticized by Trump allies including Steve Bannon and Roger Stone, who both believe establishment Republicans are waiting for a chance to impeach Trump. “The establishment has proven time and time again they will fuck Trump over,” a Bannon ally told me.

Yeah, this is pretty obvious.

There’s no point to negotiating with enemies who only want to destroy you. The only solution is to destroy them first.

This report seems to indicate that Trump fully realizes the nature of the situation, and understands who his real allies are. It’s very likely that we’re about to see him go on the offensive, hopefully using all the juicy ammunition he’s been holding back all this time.

There’s enough dirt out there to destroy both the Republicans and the Democrats twice over.

We just need someone with the will to pull the trigger.