Jared Kushner spews stereotype to Black Americans: You have to want success

Clay Curtis
October 28, 2020

Floyd's homicide, along with the shooting death of Breonna Taylor, sparked a national reckoning on race and police brutality. Smith, who is Black, tweeted a photo of himself with Kushner and Vice President Mike Pence.

However, the senior White House adviser said the president can not help Black Americans "complaining about" their problems if they do not "want to be successful" for themselves.

Kushner then said that an "in-depth and respectful policy discussion" occurred, despite their differences, before going on to lecture the Black community on why they should be more appreciative of the President's policies, which he argued requires Black people wanting to be "successful" if Trump's policies are going to work for them. "But he can't want them to be successful more than they want to be successful". He slammed people for "virtue-signaling" on social media and criticized the NBA and WNBA for allowing players to wear social justice related messages on their jerseys and putting Black Lives Matter on basketball courts. She said they were trying to distract from Trump's "undeniable record of accomplishment" for Black people. "They're seeing he's actually delivered". "I won't say he has a skeleton plan, but he has an outline of things, he has an outline of things that should be done".

"Fox & Friends" co-host Steve Doocy replied, "Well he does say what's on his mind".

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Attorney Ben Crump, who represented Floyd's family and Breonna Taylor's family, also called out Kushner.

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Former President Barack Obama laced into Jared Kushner, the son-in-law and senior adviser of President Donald Trump, after Kushner invoked a racist trope by implying that the lack of racial equality in the U.S.is due in part to a lack of motivation among Black Americans. "This blatant DISRESPECT shows he has NO understanding of the Black community and its challenges that have spanned centuries".

"We can not afford another four years of a White House that does not take our voices seriously and tells us to be grateful for whatever scraps are leftover from the bargaining table", spokesperson Brandon Gassaway said in a statement.

The polls also indicate that Biden has a significant lead with Black voters over Trump.

The backlash was so swift, press secretary Kayleigh McEnany issued a statement to the Hill denouncing "internet trolls" serving up criticism.

Jared Kushner is the worst.

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