Pelosi Changes Her Tune on Insider Stock Trading Act

After the news was released about 54 members of Congress caught violating the STOCK Act  – speculation about who was going to stop these politicians circulated through the media.

Legislation has since been introduced by a group of Senators that would limit all members of Congress and their families, in a bill called the Banning Insider Trading in Congress Act.

The problem here is insider stock trading – the illegal practice of trading in the stock market for one’s own advantage by using the company’s confidential information – is easy for these greedy liberals to get away with. 

Although this practice is inherently unethical, several members of congress have been exposed to have taken part in it.

Despite the fact that the STOCK Act is designed to stop insider trading, these greedy politicians will do whatever they want to make a profit – while telling excuses that “were a free-market economy”.  

The liberals preach equality for men, as long as it means they’re allowed to break whatever rules don’t line their pockets or boost their favorability. 

The Dems are not happy about this new legislation; Rep. Elaine Luria (D-Va.) blasted the idea, saying that the “whole concept is b******t.”

She said, “why would you assume that members of Congress are going to be inherently bad or corrupt? We already have the STOCK Act that requires people to report stock trades.”

Simply put, one person’s bad actions can ruin the fun for the rest of the party, and the Dems can’t accept that there are people on their side who abuse their power. 

They’ll do anything to save face. Just last year Pelosi announced her disagreement with the proposal of the new law.

After her filings and stock information were released – showing she was just as bad as the rest of them, she quickly changed her tune. 

Pelosi raked in as much as $30 million from insider stock trades alone on Big Tech companies and recently filed transaction reports showing that her husband, financier Paul Pelosi, made several trades valued at as much as $5 million each – all into Big Tech companies.

The same companies that are censoring free speech and controlling who’s allowed social media…

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