NANCY PELOSI, THE MILLIONAIRE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE, MIGHT BE A CRIMINAL (LJN)
7/11/2019 - Nancy Pelosi is very rich. As a politician she has
continually increased her wealth. She is worth well over $125 million.
(see note 1). Nancy Pelosi has been involved in many scandals
with her husband, "Paul Pelosi, n “ultra-wealthy real estate investor
and venture capitalist who has been an active investor in large
companies that have been impacted by his wife’s regulations ... records
of Mr. Pelosi’s finances are not readily accessible ... (Nancy Pelosi) is privy to information she wouldn’t otherwise have if not for her
position in Congress, and she uses this so her husband can create active
trades (see note 2). Note 1 Source: https://thenetworthportal.com/wiki-2018-2019-2020-2021/politician/nancy-pelosi-net-worth/. Note 2 Source: https://www.teaparty.org/alert-nancy-pelosi-caught-major-scandal-kicked-congress-227815/. NOTE: Facebook has banned this news.
SHADY STOCK TRADES FOLLOW PELOSI. (LJN) 7/13/2019 - "Martha Stewart served 5 months in prison for similar insider trading. And Nancy Pelosi has a well-earned reputation for shady stock purchases herself, getting shares in lucrative IPOs and trading on inside information gleaned through Congressional meetings.Her husband,
Paul Pelosi Invested in SunEdison Weeks Before a First Wind Purchase (that made is investment spectacular) ... House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi’s husband bought up
to a quarter million dollars of stock in SunEdison, a now financially
troubled green energy company just weeks before it announced a major
2014 acquisition that sent its stock price soaring. SunE's 2014
purchase of wind energy company First Wind “further bolstered the
reputation of the company,” wrote one market-watcher at the time.
“Perhaps unsurprisingly, SunEdison’s stock soared 29% on news of this
Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi, had invested just in time. He bought
between $100,000 and $250,000 in SunEdison stock on Oct. 24, 2014,
according to congressional financial disclosures. The company announced its First Wind acquisition on Nov. 17.
Pelosi has previously been accused of trading stock based on
information gleaned through her official duties. A law passed in the
wake of that controversy prohibits members of Congress from using
nonpublic information for personal gain. Language in that measure was
informally dubbed the 'Pelosi Provision.' Source: http://dailybail.com/home/nancy-pelosis-husband-snared-in-sunedison-stock-scandal.html.