Update: Jared Kushner registered as a male but a database entry error changed it to female.
Jared Kushner, senior advisor and son-in-law to the Potus, has amassed quite a list of responsibilities. On his to-do list include negotiating peace between Israel and Palestine, fixing the opioid crisis, and leading the criminal justice reform, to name a few.
With such a large amount of responsibilities and little government experience, many are wondering if he’s up to the jobs assigned.
It doesn’t seem that Kushner is very good at doing simple tasks like filling out simple forms. That’s why people are worried about complicated issues he has been put in charge of.
A good example of this is filling out his own voter registration form incorrectly.
According to the New York State Board of Elections, Jared Corey Kushner claimed to be a woman.
“Kushner can’t even fill out the most basic paperwork without screwing it up, so it’s a mystery why anyone thinks he’s somehow going to bring peace to the Middle East…” says Brad Bainum, a spokesperson for American Bridge
You might think that it’s just a simple mistake that anybody could make. Well, the problem is that Jared Kushner isn’t just anybody, he’s got a lot of influence with the President of the United States.
You may ask is Kushner, a woman? Or did he just fill out the card wrong? Maybe just a victim of a voter impersonation scheme? There’s no way to know because he has not responded.
This isn’t the first time Kushner has made mistakes filling out important documentation.
This past July, for instance, CBS reported that Jared had updated a disclosure form necessary to obtain security clearance no fewer than three separate times. Kushner originally filed the form on January 18 with zero names listed under a section that asked about foreign contacts. He later claimed his team had accidentally hit send before he had a chance to fully fill it in, though according to The Washington Post, the form also got the dates of his graduate degrees incorrect, and even omitted his father-in-law’s address. He submitted a supplemental form acknowledging that the original form was incomplete the following day.
The second time Kushner attempted to fix his security clearance form, sometime in May, he added over 100 calls and meetings with foreign contacts. But soon after, it came to light that had attended a meeting with Donald Trump Jr. and Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, who had allegedly offered damaging information about Hillary Clinton. Kushner submitted the security form a third time to include, as he put it, “the person who has since been identified as a Russian attorney,” on June 21.
Hopefully, Kushner has better analytical judgment skills than his ability to file simple forms.