by William Skink
If I had to reduce the two warring political campaigns for America’s Top President (2020 edition) down to two weird, probably innocuous data points, it would be Hunter Biden’s back tattoo and Jared Kushner’s PR guy.
Before getting to the PR guy, the picture above is allegedly a comparison between Hunter Biden’s back tattoo and the Finger Lake region of New York. There is a lot of online sleuthing going on right now over this by the channers.
Now, on to selling the presidency.
Trump’s son-in-law (the guy who kind of looks like a mix between the omen boy and Tom Riddle) hired Josh Raffel, from Blumhouse productions, a film company responsible for movies like THE PURGE movie franchise.
Did you know KEEP AMERICA GREAT was the tagline for THE PURGE: ELECTION YEAR?
This article came out in 2017, which seems like a decade ago:
President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has hired a publicist practiced in the art of selling scary things to lead communications for his new White House office. Josh Raffel is joining the newly created White House Office of American Innovation after leading PR efforts at Blumhouse Productions, the plucky horror house that put out The Purge, Paranormal Activity and, most recently, Get Out, among other movies.
Before joining Blumhouse, Raffel worked for Manhattan-based Hiltzik Strategies, which repped Kushner’s family business. Trump’s strategic communications director Hope Hicks is also a former Hiltzik employee.
Halloween, blue moon, day of the dead, Monday, then election time.
I thought the “Purge” happened every night in Chicago.