The stakes continue to rise in the Russia investigation.

Democrats and special counsel Robert Mueller are turning up the heat on their witch hunt against Donald Trump.

Now one top Trump advisor made a stunning admission about his contacts with Russia.

Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner is now in the crosshairs of Trump’s enemies.

He is set to testify to the Senate Intelligence Committee behind closed doors.

Kushner was one of the participants in the meeting with Donald Trump, Jr. where a Russian lawyer lobbied them about lifting the Magnitsky Act which levied sanctions against Russia for human rights violations.

He also had other meetings with a Russian banker and the Russian Ambassador after the election.

The media attempted to portray these meetings as somehow scandalous, but they were all routine and no evidence that they had anything to do with the election has emerged.

Ahead of Kushner’s testimony, he released his prepared remarks where he shot down the collusion conspiracy theories for good.

The Washington Post reports:

In his testimony, which will be submitted to the congressional committees before he answers questions from lawmakers, Kushner says he has had only “limited contacts” with Russian representatives and denies any wrongdoing.

“I did not collude, nor know of anyone else in the campaign who colluded, with any foreign government,” Kushner writes. “I had no improper contacts. I have not relied on Russian funds to finance my business activities in the private sector.”

Kushner also detailed his meetings with the Russians.

He said he was introduced to the Russian Ambassador at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington after Trump delivered a foreign policy speech in April 2016.

Kushner also described the June 9th meeting with Donald Trump, Jr. and the Russian lawyer as a waste of time and one in which he quickly left.

Kushner’s other two meetings were during the transition.

He met with the Russian Ambassador where they discussed Syria and tried to set a communications channel for the two countries.

Kushner also met with Sergey Gorkov in December.

Gorkov presented Kushner with two gifts and they discussed the state of U.S.-Russian relations in the hopes that they could improve.

Kushner says no specific policies – including sanctions on Russia – were discussed in the brief meeting.

The media has used illegal leaks from the Deep State to portray Kushner’s meeting with Russians as sinister and hinted that they were part of a campaign by the Russians to rig the 2016 election.

But now that Kushner will have his say in front of Congress, he will put this fake news conspiracy theory to rest for good.