The Pelosi family is likely the most corrupt family to ever be related to the US Speaker of the House.
Earlier today the Washington Examiner reported on Nancy Pelosi’s husband who made millions in recent transactions related to actions taken in the US House.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi, bought up to $11 million worth of Big Tech stocks in the last two months as an anti-tech package of bills makes its way through the House at the same time.
In May and June, Pelosi purchased $4.8 million worth of Google shares, up to $1 million worth of Amazon call options, up to $250,000 of Apple call options, and up to $5 million of call options for Nvidia, the large semiconductor, graphics, and electronics company, according to a financial disclosure form filed last week.
A call option is a financial contract that allows a buyer the right to purchase a stock or asset at a set price within a specific time period.
The stock transactions were completed just weeks before the House Judiciary Committee passed six bipartisan antitrust bills aimed at reining in tech giants such as Apple, Amazon, Google, and Facebook.
According to a report at FOX News, the speaker doesn’t own any stock and didn’t break any laws:
The speaker has no involvement or prior knowledge of these transactions,” a spokesperson for Pelosi’s office told FOX Business. “The speaker does not own any stock.”
Paul Pelosi, who runs a real estate and venture capital investment and consulting firm, did not violate the STOCK Act unless he acted on nonpublic information, which seems unlikely, according to former Rep. Jill Long Thompson, D-Ind.
Notice how the response is about the speaker and not her husband?
Corruption clearly sizzles in the Pelosi home. The Speaker pushes fake impeachments and now has called for a biased investigation into January 6th protests over the stolen election. Pelosi’s son was and probably still is involved in corruption in Ukraine along with the Bidens and the Kerrys.
Even though Paul Pelosi is married to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., it is unlikely that he would “have any information that someone else wouldn’t,” she said. “Members of Congress make it clear what their positions are on these issues and the fact that they’re working on a piece of legislation that would be public information.”