Devious Dem Exploits Holidays Through Multimillion Dollar Gamble

Another year, another Pelosi stock market scandal.

Indeed, while the market’s performance increased in 2023, it didn’t increase to the tune of 65 percent returns.

Ms. Pelosi, however, who continues to cling to the swamp, apparently saw her enormous, multimillion-dollar portfolio swell even more, achieving 65 percent returns, per a report from the Daily Mail.

Even more hilariously, many of Pelosi’s millions have been attributed to a major bet that she made on derivatives for one company, right before Christmas, all in an effort to evade press coverage (while making more millions).

“Pelosi bet millions on $NVDA in November using call options. Using a deceptive tactic, she purposely disclosed this on the Friday before Christmas weekend to avoid media coverage,” Congresstrading, a watchdog, reported.

Indeed, it is little wonder that Senator Josh Hawley has urged his Congressional colleagues to vote in favor of the hilariously named PELOSI Act (i.e., The Preventing Elected Leaders from Owning Securities and Investments Act).

This act prevents so-called public servants from richly profiting from insider knowledge.

It is also little wonder that Pelosi herself has demonstrated resistance to such legislation, claiming that elected representatives should have the right to “participate” in the stock market, just as Americans do.

However, most Americans are not privy to insider information, nor are they able to bet multiple millions on derivatives for one tech company, as Pelosi was able to do right before Christmas.

Basically, while most people were focused on being with their families for the holidays, Pelosi was clearly focused, at least in part, on how to exploit the holiday season by attempting to do a multimillion dollar “gamble” (in which she already knew the outcome) without anyone noticing.

That said, in the spirit of fairness, perhaps Pelosi’s downright brazen insider trading could be viewed in an ironically more favorable light, especially relative to the criminals in the White House.

While Pelosi’s behavior is undoubtedly riddled with corruption, at least it isn’t corruption that endangers national security … like Biden-level corruption.

Indeed, Pelosi dishonestly screws around in the stock market, though at the end of the day, her behavior can be tracked, which makes her corruption a bit more “transparent.”

Hunter and his father, however, have accepted multiple millions from affiliates of the Chinese Communist Party, not to mention from Ukrainian and Russian oligarchs.

Rather convenient that China, Russia, and Ukraine are the biggest challenges the Biden regime is facing now, perhaps the most obvious blowback ever from brazen corruption.

Then again, the fact that Biden can actually make Pelosi look more “honest” is a very clear sign that a very, very major change must take place in 2024.

The future state of the Union depends on it.

Author: Ofelia Thornton


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