(PatrioticPost.com)- Just hours after the bogus January 6 select committee grilled Jared Kushner last Thursday, one of the committee members appeared on MSNBC where she claimed Kushner’s interview was “really valuable.”
During an interview on Nicolle Wallace’s show last Thursday, Virginia Democrat Congresswoman Elaine Luria said Kushner was able to provide his “take” on the events of January 6.
Wallace brought up the claim from the anti-Trump book “Peril” by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa that Kushner and other Trump advisors were trying to figure out who would break the news to Trump that several news outlets had called the 2020 race for Biden.
Wallace asked Luria if Kushner ever questioned the results of the election.
Luria said the committee asked Kushner about his impression “about these third-party accounts” and what happened on January 6. She said Kushner was able to provide the committee with information verifying and substantiating “this different reporting,” adding that this was “really valuable for us.”
In other words, Luria didn’t answer Wallace’s question, but instead, dropped a little tease to keep the anti-Trump Resistance happy.
Jared Kushner was not in Washington on January 6. He was returning from Saudi Arabia on the day of the riot. So it would be impossible for him to provide the select committee with a first-hand account of the day.
Nonetheless, the committee grilled Kushner for six hours.
The Select Committee is also expected to interrogate Kushner’s wife, Ivanka Trump now that the Biden White House last week said it would not assert executive privilege to prevent the committee from interviewing her or other former Trump advisors.
Unlike Jared, Ivanka was at the White House on January 6.
Luria is a highly partisan actor, just like everybody Nancy Pelosi hand-picked for this committee. She recently demanded Attorney General Merrick Garland “do your job” and charge the witnesses who are defying the committee’s subpoenas.
Luria told Nicolle Wallace that, as an American citizen, she expects the Justice Department to hold people accountable if they broke the law.