Joe Rogan calls it like he sees it. And proper now, there’s a crystal clear image of Nancy Pelosi fattening her checking account through “insider trading,” and each regular individual is aware of it.
During a dialogue with Greg Fitzsimmons on a current episode of his wildly fashionable podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, Rogan took purpose at members of Congress, particularly House Speaker Pelosi, for allowing themselves to buy shares brazenly regardless that they management the regulatory legal guidelines that management the markets.
Fitzsimmons and Rogan identified that members of Congress know which payments and legal guidelines shall be handed earlier than anybody else does, and so they usually use that to their benefit within the inventory market. They particularly mentioned Paul Pelosi, Pelosi’s husband, who invested greater than $1 million into Telsa proper earlier than President Biden signed an electrical car invoice, dramatically rising his and Nancy’s backside line.
“Insider trading’s against the law,” stated Rogan. “How is that not insider trading?”
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Paul Pelosi has reportedly made a fortune investing in shares that curiously align favorably with current laws. When Mrs. Pelosi was requested by the New York Post to touch upon his questionable trades, she deferred remark to her spokesman Drew Hammill, who said:
“The Speaker does not own any stocks. As you can see from the required disclosures, with which the Speaker fully cooperates, these transactions are marked ‘SP’ for Spouse. The Speaker has no prior knowledge or subsequent involvement in any transactions.”
Unlike Pelosi, Rogan had no drawback addressing these shady dealings.
“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–kload of stock in electrical vehicles…and the next day the stock goes up, how is that legal?” requested Rogan.
Rules for thee, not for me.
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