Beijing, China. The Jared Kushner family came to the United States as refugees, worked hard and made it big and if you invest in Kushner properties, so can you-for a price; That was the message being sold Saturday by White House senior adviser Jared Kushner’s sister to a ballroom full of wealthy Chinese investors.
Representatives from the Kushner family business urged Chinese citizens gathered at the Ritz-Carlton hotel to consider investing hundreds of thousands of dollars in a New Jersey real estate project to secure what’s known as an investor visa, which gives them and their family a ride to the front of the line in immigration to the USA.
America’s EB-5 immigrant investor visa program, which allows foreign investors to invest in US projects that create jobs and then apply to immigrate, has been used by both the Trump and Kushner family businesses to bilk foreign nationals out of millions of dollars as they desperately try to enter the USA and escape their own countries.
American immigration has been extremely popular among rich Chinese who are eager to get their families and their wealth out of the China, though the fact that some move their money out illegally has made the program unpopular with the Chinese government, too.
The woman identified as “Jared’s sister” peddling salvation “American style” was believed to be Nicole Kushner, who is involved in the family business, not Dara Kushner, who generally stays out of the spotlight. But the woman’s face was not clearly visible from the back of the ballroom, where reporters were forced to remain.
A number of American political and judicial watchdog groups are deeply concerned with Kushner’s exploitation of his connection to Trump by marriage and financial debts to George Soros. Kushner was a long time Clinton operative with membership in the Neocon NGOs the Atlantic Council, Council on Foreign Relations and Bilderberg group.