Gabbard on Pelosi: System is Rigged

Former Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) has been unloading on Democrats since leaving office.

She has been a bit quieter as of late, but she just broke her silence.

Gabbard unleashed on Pelosi after news broke regarding yet another successful stock purchase by her husband, Paul Pelosi, directly impacted by legislation.

It’s Rigged

We all know Pelosi is feeding her husband information, but she, of course, will never admit it.

It only took about three decades for the media to catch on, but they finally are.

Pelosi was finally asked about feeding her husband information…

Gabbard reacted, stating, “What we’re seeing here is the same thing that I saw when I was in Congress — is this blatant corruption being exposed in broad daylight — the system is rigged.

“We have people in positions of power to pass legislation, to enact new policies.

“They can see, ‘OK, here are the industries or companies that will benefit from this. I’m going to go and make these investments, buy this stock or that stock, or have my husband or wife do it and then make money in the process.’”

She continued, “I think it’s important also to look at this, especially in the environment that we’re in right now.

“What is even more dangerous than what we’re seeing here is that we have members of Congress who are investing in companies or industries that will benefit from a new Cold War or conflict, for example.”

The best get-rich-quick scheme in existence today is going into Congress.

Don’t believe me? Start looking up the net worth before and after these people entered politics.

Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) was in the red when she entered Congress; now she is worth at least $1 million, probably closer to $5 million.

We see it time and again that within two or three terms, people struggling financially are thriving after entering Congress.

The system is, in fact, rigged, and the average American is not getting a piece of it.

Source: Fox News


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