In an interview with Time magazine published yesterday, President Trump's failson-in-law and shady-assed advisor Jared Kushner suggested maybe postponing the November election.
That is not allowed, unless Congress says 'yes' to the plan.
That was Tuesday. On Wednesday, Kushner attempted to walk back his comment about how he's 'not sure' he can commit to a date for the 2020 presidential election.
Why does he have anything to do with whether we get to vote in November?
Because a crime family is in charge of America, and nothing matters.
Here is the original video report in TIME:
Jared Kushner Admits There's 'Risk' in Reopening the Country Too Soon
When asked if there was a chance the presidential election could be postponed past November 3 due to the pandemic, Kushner said that isn't his decision. "I'm not sure I can commit one way or the other, but right now that's the plan," he said.
"Hopefully by the time we get to September, October, November, we've done enough work with testing and with all the different things we're trying to do to prevent a future outbreak of the magnitude that would make us shut down again," Kushner continued. "I really believe that once America opens up, it'll be very hard for America to ever lock down again."
Very cool and normal.
Jared Kushner talks about the prospect of canceling an election as casually as most people do about their dinner plans https://t.co/moRgAD95Rf
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) May 13, 2020
Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner to Time magazine on whether the November presidential election will be postponed. 'I'm not sure I can commit one way or the other, but right now that's the plan,' he said." Whose plan?
— Doina Chiacu (@DoinaChiacu) May 13, 2020
Jared Kushner refused to rule out postponing the presidential election in November. The opinion of a White House staff member has no bearing on when the election is held, but his comment played into the concerns of President Trump's detractors. https://t.co/N3eUKtGpXj
— The New York Times (@nytimes) May 13, 2020
NEW: President Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, refused to commit to the pandemic-besieged United States holding the 2020 presidential election on its designated day, November 3 https://t.co/r3oX6UcIGh
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) May 12, 2020
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) May 13, 2020
[h/t Aaron Rupar @atrupar]