According to State Department Report, Kashoggi was Killed for Criticizing Trump
The killing of the Washington Post journalist Jamal Kashoggi turned out to be a very revealing insight into the Trump presidency. At first, it looked as if Trump was bending over backwards to protect his Saudi Arabian pals. But according a State Department report, Trump may be the main reason as to why the journalist was killed.
In 2017, Kashoggi fled the Middle East, because his writings were so critical of Saudi government, he feared for his life.
He moved to the United States and began writing for the Washington Post last year, with many of his columns arguing that the social reforms that Mohammed bin Salman was so keen to project to the western world were actually masking the Wahhabi nation’s continual practice of choking dissent. — Inquisitr
And then, a few weeks ago, he was called to the Saudi Arabian embassy, where he was killed.
The world was disgusted to see such a blatant disregard for democracy. Finland, Germany and Denmark all canceled sales of arms to Saudi Arabia. The one leader who should have been the most furious was Trump, considering the slain journalist was working for an American paper, and also America once was a bastion for free press. To defend a prince that kills a journalist because of what he was writing, should disgust every single person in the world.
The story keeps getting better.
Turns out Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner idolize Saudi crown prince Mohammad bin Salman. Don’t worry, my jealous Trumpkin. You too, could be beloved by Trump and Jared, as long as you give them a shit load of money. Remember when Trump took office, and the first global event he took was to celebrate in Saudi Arabian castle? They all danced and drank.
Jared and bin Salman are great friends. They both get whatever they want and the are both princes.
“What exactly Kushner and the Saudi royal talked about in Riyadh may be known only to them, but after the meeting, Crown Prince Mohammed told confidants that Kushner had discussed the names of Saudis disloyal to the crown prince, according to three sources who have been in contact with members of the Saudi and Emirati royal families since the crackdown. Kushner, through his attorney’s spokesperson, denies having done so.” — Intercept
Mohammad bin Salman is the prince of a country where it is illegal to be an Orthodox Jew. So it is a little odd, that an Orthodox Jew would be so chummy with the prince, but their friendship runs deeper. According to the Washington Post, they had a sleepover last year and stayed up until four in the morning!
Just a few days after Jared gave his BFF the list of those who secretly opposed him, the prince “arrested dozens of members of the Saudi royal family and imprisoned them in the Ritz-Carlton Riyadh,” per The Intercept. “The Saudi figures named in the President’s Daily Brief were among those rounded up; at least one was reportedly tortured.”
I’m sure Mohammad bin Salman, is ALMOST as much of a fan as Trump, as Trump is of him. In fact, according to Newsweek, slain journalist Kashoggi was killed, not because of his Saudi Arabian protests, but rather because of his vicious condemnation of Trump.
A few months before he was killed, Kashoggi wrote an article for the Saudi newspaper, Al-Hayat. The article never even saw the light of day. However, it enraged the Saudi prince so much that Kashoggi was forced to flee to America. The article was about Trump’s politics, and how his support of Putin and Bashar al-Assad, contradicted what he was preaching.
The State Department report says, “The journalist was banned from writing and speaking publicly after he pointed out the perceived incoherence of Trump’s positions.”
This new bit of information adds another level of mystery to Kashoggi’s murder. It also calls into question the motives of leaders around the world. When blood thirsty dictators murder journalists that oppose our president, we need to take a long look in the mirror and question what happened to America?