It seems the younger brother of President Donald Trump’s son-in-law/Senior Advisor, Jared Kushner, does not hold the same political views or values of his brother (or the Trump administration as a whole, for that matter).
On Saturday, Josh Kushner, a venture capitalist entrepreneur who founded Thrive Capital, Oscar (a millennial targeting health insurance company), and Cadre (a real estate investment platform), attended the “March For Our Lives” rally in Washington D.C. along with his girlfriend, Model Karlie Kloss, just as he promised in a previous Instagram post he would:
In pics posted by both Kushner and Kloss from the anti-gun violence protest their views can easily be gleaned.
Kushner posted an image of Kloss on his Insta in which she can be seen holding a sign that reads:
Load minds not guns.
In another photo posted to Kloss' Instagram, she poses, smiling with 17-year-old Parkland, Florida school shooting survivor, Delaney Tarr (one of many outspoken student survivors of the tragedy that claimed the lives of 17 students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and sparked the D.C. demonstration and others like it across the country).
Quoting Tarr in the post, Kloss goes on to say:
@DelaneyTarr is one among millions whose lives have been irrevocably changed because of gun violence. #notonemore #marchforourlives
"Today, and every day, we will continue to fight for those things that are right. We will continue to fight for common sense. We will continue to fight for our lives. We will continue to fight for our dead friends. There will be no faltering, no pauses in our cause. Every moment will be dedicated to those pieces of legislation ― every march, every meeting, every moment. We are not here for bread crumbs. We are here for real change.” @DelaneyTarr is one among millions whose lives have been irrevocably changed because of gun violence. #notonemore #marchforourlives
The younger Kushner, who has been described in a recent Town and Country article as a "lifelong Democrat," who "did not support Trump during the election," and who was also seen and photographed "observing," at the Women's March during Trump's inauguration weekend "quietly donated $50,000 to March for Our Lives," according to Axios.
For some, this is clear evidence that Josh is not cut from the same cloth as his brother, Trump confidante, Jared.
https://t.co/3TVI8CsYr9— 🔥Katniss 🏹🔥#ProtectMueller #DACA #NeverAgain (@americanmclass) March 26, 2018
Josh Kushner gave $50,000 to the #marchforourlives
He marched along side with them.
He proudly says he's a Democrate, and did not Vote for *45.
❤ Nice Man he is, he "will continue to fight for what's Right"
#JOSHKUSHNER welcome to #TheResistance!— The Right Side Of History 🇺🇸 #RESIST (@RRN3) March 26, 2018
Another sibling of the #TrumpCrimeFamily has shown where their heart, values and sometimes checkbook lie. They support #guncontrol & those who #Resist the current administration.#ThrowThemOut #VoteThemOut #FBR https://t.co/gfpNQ5Hi7f
But there are also those who say we shouldn't get too cozy with a Kushner:
Josh Kushner is the money man, he signed for the Russian loan, he is the one who manages Jared's and Ivanka's companies. He even purchased some of his brother's assets. But please be free to believe "the good brother" fairytale.— SK13 (@Kate_SMK) March 25, 2018
Spotted: Mitzi Gaynor sang to wash that man right out of her hair, but Josh Kushner is trying to march himself right out of familial trouble. Maybe we should Qatar him some slack: after all, how’s a guy supposed to get any credit when his sister keeps overdrawing on Visas? pic.twitter.com/II4a72lQg9— Gossip Grrrl (@Gossip_Grrrl) March 25, 2018
And with that we'll just leave you with the immortal words of The X-Files' Fox Mulder...(*Well, him and @DebraJo1953.)