The Pelosi family has been caught in sneaky shenanigans.
Paul Pelosi, husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, bought up to $5 million in stocks in a semiconductor company.
"This comes right before the Senate is set to vote on a competition bill next week that would give a $52 billion subsidy to the semiconductor industry," reported Breitbart.
"In June 2021, Paul Pelosi also purchased up to millions of dollars in Nvidia stocks," the Daily Caller reported.
"It appears this purchase occurred around the same time the Senate would pass a more expanded version of the semiconductor subsidy bill; however, the House never took up the legislation," reported Breitbart.
"Obviously Speaker Pelosi would be aware of the timing of this legislation over in the Senate," said Republican Representative Ralph Norman of South Carolina. "On the heels of that vote, for anyone in her orbit to purchase seven-figures worth of stock of an U.S.-based chip manufacturer just reeks of impropriety."
"Nancy Pelosi is among the highest-earning members in the House regarding trading stocks and has stated that she opposes a ban on congressional members trading stocks," reported Breitbart.
"In July 2021, Paul Pelosi netted $4.8 million in options with Alphabet, the parent company of Google," Breitbart News reported.
Nancy Pelosi continues to deny that she owns any of the stocks her husband trades.
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