Daily Beast: A property management firm owned by Jared Kushner—who, remember, has been key in the White House’s mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic—has filed to evict hundreds of families in the middle of another spike in virus cases, according to The Washington Post.
In other news:— Jonathan O'Connell (@OConnellPostbiz) November 5, 2020
Jared Kushner’s company is moving to evict hundreds of people affected by the coronavirus — a pandemic he was charged with handling.
His tenants are among tens of thousands of Americans who face eviction once moratoriums expire. https://t.co/qqG5IyZ6yu
Yes, some. Renters thought they were protected from eviction, then landlords found loopholes. Kushner has a big role in the admin that did nothing to control COVID, AND he was supposed to divest himself from this, it’s especially cruel to do. Some renters are nurses.— Linda Clarke 😷 (@LindaMLC) November 5, 2020
Westminster Management, part-owned by President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and White House senior adviser, has reportedly been sending letters to tenants threatening legal fees and filing eviction notices in court.
Oscar Health startup financially backed by a Saudi Prince. https://t.co/iJRIWxMGUK— Shannon McCallister – Redesign Your Thinking LLC (@SBMcCallister) October 29, 2020
Kushner using foreign bonds to fund his ventures is how he created Cadre his co-venture eviction low income real estate project with Soros. Also profit gains with a pandemic.
Many of the tenants, who mostly live in Baltimore, told the Post they fell behind on rent after losing their jobs during the pandemic. Maryland courts can’t currently order people to leave their homes due to a pandemic moratorium, but Westminster’s notices could reportedly see hundreds of families removed when those end. .