Paul Pelosi’s Long History of Picking Winners

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) was recently asked if she has fed her husband, Paul Pelosi, information on stocks.

She, of course, denied it.

However, if we look at his history, it seems pretty clear that Mr. Pelosi is getting some dynamite tips via pillow talk.

What Are You Saying?

I just about fell out of my chair when I originally saw this video.

If you study body language at all, this is the textbook reaction of someone that is hiding something…

The most recent deal stunk of insider trading, with Paul Pelosi making about $500,000 only days after the Senate paved the way for massive subsidies to the chip industry.

That is far from the only homerun he has hit, however.

In 2021, as Congress was legislation big tech, Pelosi invested heavily in companies like Google and Amazon, making millions over the course of just a few weeks.

The most curious of his picks, however, was a significant purchase of Microsoft just prior to a $22 billion contract that was announced with the Army.

Months before the government officially announced it was moving its fleet to electric vehicles, Pelosi loaded up on Tesla stock.

Caitlin Sutherland, executive director of Americans for Public Trust, stated, “The Pelosi family’s pattern of appearing to use her Speakership for their own personal financial benefit continues to raise red flags.

“And Mr. Pelosi’s latest stock purchase in a company set to receive a massive subsidy from Congress is no different.

“It now seems they have thrown caution entirely to the wind, turning the Speaker’s gavel into one giant golden parachute.”

This is insider trading, plain and simple, as nobody is that good at picking stocks, period.

When you look at the purchases and the timing, clearly Paul Pelosi is “in the know.”

Source: Fox Business


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