Funny how Dianne Feinstein's stock sales ahead of coronavirus meltdown aren't getting same attention as GOP senators' stock sales

Corruption, as Peter Schweizer has repeatedly noted in his many books on the topic, is a bipartisan affair. But not if you read the press. According to the New York Times: Senator Richard Burr Sold a Fortune in Stocks as G.O.P. Played Down Coronavirus Threat After the sales in February, the North Carolina Republican warned a group that the virus could soon cause a major disruption in the United States. Three other senators also sold major holdings around the same time. Funny how those other three weren't seen as newsworthy enough to mention. Burr, of course, is powerful as chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee. But, ahem, so is Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the top Senate Democrat who brought us the #MeToo spectacle against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh until the whole thing fell apart as false, and she later admitted was a partisan maneuver. Between her husband (who manages her 'blind' trust investments, which don't sound all that blind...(Read Full Post)
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