After a month of threatening politicians over abortion rights, the radical leftist US senator Elizabeth Warren (D-NH) is now demanding for state lawmakers to be prohibited from trading individual stocks.
In June of 2022, US Senator Josh Hawley urged for consideration of the move, which is bipartisan. However, Democrats have been dragging their heels on the subject until lately.
Warren, a former Presidential candidate, is joined by other Democrats who may be hoping to re-image the failing Democrat party after US Speaker- radical- Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) completely overplayed her privilege card when her husband purchased a massive amount of stocks that conveniently coincided with primary bipartisan legislation that was about to be passed by the US House, with certainty that it would reach Democrat Joe Biden and be signed.
In June, as he was defending a highly public drunk driving accusation, Paul Pelosi’s extensive history of stock purchases and insider trading talents drew the attention of the whole nation.
“In 2020, Speaker Pelosi and her husband significantly outperformed the S&P 500,” Hawley stated in a recent letter requesting action.
The Daily Mail responded to Hawley’s letter by stating, “A report showed that 90 percent of investment funds that are actively managed do not do that.” It appears that Nancy Pelosi disregarded the concerns of her colleagues.
Speaker Pelosi’s juvenile and clownish assertions that her husband profited from her insider connections simultaneously went viral.
During one of her weekly news appearances, Nancy Pelosi was asked about her husband’s stock trading.
The reporter asked a startled Speaker, “Has your husband ever made a stock purchase or sale based on info received from you?”
“No! Absolutely not, okay, thank you,” she said as she hurried off the stage.
"Has your husband ever made a stock purchase or sale based on information he's received from you?"
— Grand Opportunity USA – GOUSA (@Opportunity4USA) July 21, 2022
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Democrat Leadership’s goal is to get the legislation through the House in September, according to Punchbowl News, right before the historic mid-term elections in November.
Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., head of the House Administration Committee, has been tasked with reviewing the different proposals and told DailyMail.com on Friday the framework would be out ‘in the coming weeks.’
That action comes after months of Republic interest in the same movement.
“This issue of whether and how Members of Congress engage in various financial transactions deserves scrutiny by the Committee,’ Sen. Josh Hawley said in a letter to Sen. Gary Peters, chair of the Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee, in a June letter. CONTINUE READING…