Pelosi Has a “Dave Chappelle” Moment When Asked If Paul Pelosi Is “Insider Trading” (Video)

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) abruptly exited her weekly press conference after being asked about her husband’s questionable stock transactions; at the same time, the Senate was readying a vote that would directly benefit the industry he invested in.

“Over the course of your career, has your husband ever made a stock purchase or sale based on the information you’ve received as Speaker,” a reporter asked Pelosi.

“No… absolutely not,” Pelosi said, looking stumped and pushing the microphone down in front of her before making an exit.

Her response was almost exactly like a comedy sketch Dave Chappelle did a while back.

Video below:

Kevin McCarthy recently said: “Nancy Pelosi’s husband didn’t just trade stocks; he traded options on industries that were being affected by legislation Pelosi was pushing. What he did was wrong. It’s time to restore trust in the institution of Congress.”

Like every lawmaker, the senator must submit a periodic transaction report within 30 to 45 days of stock transactions over $1,000 made on their behalf or their spouses under the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge (STOCK) Act of 2012.

It was reported last month that Paul Pelosi, the husband of the Speaker, recently bought up to $5 million in stocks in a semiconductor company, which happened to line up just as the Senate was set to vote on a competition bill this week that would give a $52 billion subsidy to the semiconductor industry.

The Payment Protection Program (PPP) was created to help businesses decimated by COVID-19 restrictions.

The program cost taxpayers $953 billion and reports suggest 15% of PPP claims were fraudulent.

100 Percent Fed Up revealed that multi-millionaire celebrities also benefitted from significant loans.

Wait for the biggest part of this scam against working-class Americans.

The affluent individuals reportedly will NOT have to repay the money most of the time.

While America’s small businesses went under, political figures have taken advantage of this PPP program, including Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi, has an 8.1% share in the restaurant business EDI Associates, according to The Daily Mail.

EDI Associates took out two loans worth over $1.7 million in total, which were both forgiven, including interest.

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1 year ago

Hang his drunkenass.

1 year ago

Seems like the pressure is building for all Democrats.

Nicolas P Cignetti
Nicolas P Cignetti
1 year ago

this is the most corrupt congress that ever held office and the blame is to both sides of the aisle!!!!!!

1 year ago

So much for transparency in government, eh?

1 year ago

piss on the old drunk.

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