Jared Kushner’s Brother Joshua Protested Gun Violence At March For Our Lives In DC
As First-Son-in-Law and a senior adviser to the president, Jared Kushner, makes every effort to fall in the White House. His younger brother Joshua shares other views.
The businessman was spotted at the Women’s March last year, and he reportedly voted for Trump’s opponent, Hillary Clinton, in 2016 election. Besides, Joshua doesn’t approve of the repealing of the Affordable Care Act and protests gun violence. In fact, he donated $50 thousand to March for Our Lives!
Joshua Kushner spawned from the same, parasitic, microbial growth as the more gaunt and decaying looking, Jared Kushner pic.twitter.com/efn5puJjxc
— jake (@jakeisgreat) March 23, 2018
Like many other celebrities, Kushner, together with his girlfriend Karlie Kloss, spent Saturday rallying with students in Washington, D.C. It looks like the venture capitalist was excited about an opportunity to exercise his First Amendment rights. On his Instagram, Joshua posted a pic of him and the supermodel holding signs pushing for gun control.
Jared Kushner’s brother Joshua Kushner marched in DC yesterday pic.twitter.com/Aqu9oJjGEa
— Betsy Klein (@betsy_klein) March 25, 2018
He also shared a picture of Karlie alone and a post with a hashtag "#iwillmarch." Surprisingly, another member of the Trump family liked it. Tiffany Trump, the president’s daughter, mainly stays under the radar. But since she liked the post, she may be quietly supporting gun control.
Meanwhile, the president was at his private Mar-a-Lago estate during the rallies. He didn’t make any personal statement about the protests, which caused the backlash across the country. Many people believe that Trump should have attended the rally to speak to young Americans.