Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers calls out Senator Dianne Feinstein's 'unusual trades' that were used to amass her fortune

New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers blasted Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) for her shady stock market activities that she used to amass a net worth of over $200 million.

Packer's offensive tackle David Bakhtiari, Rodgers's former teammate, retweeted a post from the account Unusual Whales, which tracks politicians stock market activities.

Bakhtiari stated "How are we as a nation just “cool” with actions like this? It’s cheating in broad daylight." Rodgers then responded to that post with a gif and a statement congratulating Bakhtiari for waking up to the corruption in Congress.

Democrats like Feinstein and former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) have been openly flauting the rules of the stock market and have grown incredibly wealthy. Any normal American with their kind of success and strategy would have been investigated long ago.

Unusual Whales documented Feinstein's moves including one in 2009 where Feinstein made a $1 million purchase of Amyris Biotechnologies just before the company received a massive government contract.

The people behind Unusual Whales have been working hard to wake Americans up and it seems to finally be paying off. For people like Rodgers and Bakhtiari to speak up means Americans are finally ready to hear about the corruption in our nation's political leaders.