Jared Kushner Purposely Blocked Biden’s Access to COVID-19 Planning, Farah Griffin Says

Due to Farah Griffin’s allegations, Jared Kushner is in the spotlight. Joe Biden and his transition team were purposefully left out of crucial COVID-19 information following the 2020 election. The assertion was made in an interview with the House Select Committee looking into the Capitol Riot by Alyssa Farah Griffin.

Refused to Give Biden an Access

Alyssa Farah Griffin, a current co-host of The View and a former director of strategic communications for the White House, revealed some facts about Trump’s son-in-law that will subject him to scrutiny.

Dr. Deborah Birx, the COVID Task Force coordinator at the time, asked Kushner if the group could “loop in” Joe Biden to discuss specific data and vaccination plans, according to Farah Griffin’s testimony to the panel. She claims that Kushner replied, ‘absolutely not,’ a source posted. 

More than two years after Joe Biden publicly expressed his annoyance about Donald Trump’s administration obstructing him regarding critical pandemic information, her testimony definitively places the blame on Kushner. It took Joe Biden until after his inauguration to obtain access to all of the information he required about the “vaccine stockpile.”

Only medical professionals and others with impaired immune systems had access to the vaccine deployment because it happened while the public health crisis was at its worst. Kushner was more interested in politics than the welfare of Americans.

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Trump, Kushner, Share Criminal Responsibility

Former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner stated on Friday that former President Donald Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner share “criminal responsibility” for COVID-19 deaths after a recently released witness interview exposed their pandemic-related actions after Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election. This statement followed the interview with Alyssa Farah Griffin.

The former prosecutor claimed that the Trump administration handled the COVID-19 epidemic with “criminally negligent” at a time when the number of deaths from the virus was surging. He talked about the time following the 2020 election when the Trump administration will hand over pandemic data to the new Biden administration.