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WATCH: Joe Rogan Rips Pelosi


Nancy Pelosi and her husband are incredibly wealthy…she is too wealthy for a ‘public servant’….

One has to wonder where she has gotten so wealthy on a salary of roughly $200,000 a year? Many feel that the answer to this question lies in the realm of insider trading…

In fact many politicians and their staff members have been found to be guilty of violating securities law…

How many you ask?

At least 49 members of Congress and 182 senior staff members….

Perhaps now is the time to remind people that the stock market is actually a fairly small financial market with roughly $100 billion in trading volume daily, and that is being generous.

This pales in comparison to the roughly $5.5 trillion which changes hands in the foreign exchange markets daily…

What this means is that a few key players can shift the stock market at any time, and more particularly the price action of any particular stock on any particular day through these coordinated insider trading schemes.

Here’s what Joe Rogan and others had to say about her alleged insider trading:

The Blaze provided some context:

52 members of Congress have violated the STOCK Act, a 2012 law designed to prohibit government employees and members of Congress from insider trading or using non-public information for private gains in the stock market. Allegations of lawmakers profiting from non-public information have long plagued members of Congress.

Pelosi was confronted by a reporter two weeks ago about the allegations. Pelosi, however, dismissed a suggestion that members of Congress and their spouses should be barred from trading individual stocks.

The Daily Wire provided some of the transcript between Rogan and his guests :

“She’s giving this like very simplistic, almost vague answer,” he continued.

“Because should you be allowed to participate in the stock market when you’re influencing the direction of the stock or when you know which direction something’s going to go in?

Or when you’re going to pass a law that’s going to benefit these businesses, that’s going to force the stock to go up, and you know that, so you invest a sh*t ton of money before it happens?

That seems like a problem. That seems like it’s a problem. Now why is that not a problem? Because we’re f***ing co-opted.”


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