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WATCH: Pelosi Response To Insider Trading Allegations Is A Literal Chappelle Skit!


Asking if Nancy Pelosi is engaged in insider trading is like asking if O.J. Simpson killed his wife.

Could there be a chance that there is nothing to these allegations? That Pelosi and her husband are not trading based on insider information?

Sure, but you probably have a greater chance of dying from Covid than Pelosi has of being innocent of these accusations.

If she ends up being innocent of these allegations, I must rethink everything I know—including the laws of physics.

A coincidence occurs once, maybe twice, but 3 times? I sense a pattern here. I don’t need to remind you that public servants in Pelosi’s position make the lower end of the 6-figure range.

How can Pelosi have a net worth of $120 million on such a salary?

Even if she invested every single cent of her salary wisely, she could not arrive at such a sum, and while we are on the subject, how is she outperforming Warren Buffett—the greatest investor in U.S. history?

Are we seriously supposed to believe that she, and her husband, are more adept than Warren Buffett at investing money in the markets?

Something just doesn’t add up here, and perhaps that accounts for her reaction when pressed about the topic…

Critics were quick to mock Pelosi for her response to allegations that are, in my opinion, a certainty:

Fox News contributor and civil rights lawyer, Leo Terrell, featured this piece on his website detailing Sen. Hawley’s proposed investigation into Pelosi:

“This issue of whether and how Members of Congress engage in various financial transactions deserves scrutiny by the Committee.

For example, recent reports show that Speaker Pelosi’s family continues to engage in what is arguably inappropriate stock trading activities,” Hawley wrote.

“According to reports, her husband Paul Pelosi recently purchased 20,000 shares of Nvidia, a multinational semiconductor company, worth between $1 million and $5 million.

This trade came ahead of a likely vote in the Senate that could set aside $52 billion to boost domestic semiconductor manufacturing and give tax credits for production.”


The New York Post previously reported that comedian and podcast host, Joe Rogan, also took aim at Pelosi for insider trading allegations:

“How is that not insider training?” he asked his guest, stand-up comedian and fellow podcaster Greg Fitzsimmons.

“If you know someone is going to sign a bill and that bill is going to be a massive boost to the electrical vehicle industry…and before that bill is signed you buy a f-ckload of stock in electrical vehicles…and the next day the stock goes up,” he said.

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