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Hunter Biden, Paul Pelosi Jr. and A Swamp of Thieves
How do we define corruption, and why are politicians so damn good at It?
I’ve often heard:” I don’t care about a billionaire becoming president; I care about politicians becoming millionaires.” That profound truth explains a lot about the sustainability of corruption in our Federal government and why it’s important to expose it to the purifying light of sunshine. Unfortunately, exposure to the sunshine doesn’t guarantee its death, only its growth.
The Biden crime family publicly exposed its tendency to corruption by Joe Biden’s own words at a televised forum regarding the Burisma Oil venture, later confirmed by Hunter Biden’s laptop gone astray because the drug besotted creature forgot he took it to a repair shop and failed to reclaim it. While seemingly ignored by the Justice Dept., it hasn’t been forgotten by an alarmed public.
The Burisma business, of course, questioned why Hunter Biden was earning an $80,000 monthly salary from the Ukrainian energy company and why he concocted a billion-dollar deal with a Chinese investment firm, 10% of all earnings of which were destined for the coffers of the family’s mob boss, Joe Biden himself. All that still remains unexplained! But why stop with the Biden’s? Now, stepping into the purifying sunshine of truth comes the highly suspicious monetary manipulations of Speaker Pelosi’s son, Paul Pelosi Jr. Oh, the horror! Paul Pelosi Jr. has been linked to at least five businesses under investigation for alleged fraud. If the investigators mean the DoJ is in charge, then like the Biden crime family, this case is going nowhere.
However, here are some details. In February 2007, Paul Pelosi Jr., 52, was hired by several firms investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission and State authorities for alleged fraud offenses. His connections with known fraudsters, lawbreakers, and convicted criminals have apparently shielded him from being charged himself, or it might have been his Mama’s influence!
Pelosi Jr. was hired as a Senior Vice President by InfoUSA, an Omaha-based database marketing company paying him a salary of $180,000 per year. The Attorney General of Iowa investigated infoUSA, allegedly for selling consumer data to fraudsters to scam gullible people, mostly the elderly, out of their life savings. The investigation was ended without arrests.
In 2009, Pelosi Jr. reappears as a co-founder of Natural Blue Resources Inc, an investment company whose mission statement was to: “create, acquire, or otherwise invest in environmentally-friendly companies, including an initiative to locate, purify, and sell water recovered from underground aquifers in New Mexico and other areas with depleting water resources.” The SEC alleged that Natural Blue Resources was secretly actually run by James E. Cohen and Joseph Corazzi, both convicted fraudsters. In 2014, the SEC brought additional fraud charges against Cohen, Corazzi, and former New Mexico Gov. Toney Anaya, among others. But the plot thickens: While Cohen and Corazzi claimed to be only outside consultants, they in fact ran the company. Their prior brushes with the SEC were nondisclosed to investors. How does this involve the young Pelosi? He supposedly owns more than 10 million shares of the company.
In October 2013, Pelosi Jr. joined a biofuel company, FOGFuels, just before being named vice president. Its founder, Paul Marshall, was charged by the SEC for fleecing $3 million from elderly investors. FOGFuels was dissolved in 2015, and in 2018, Marshall was sentenced to six years in federal prison. Don’t know what happened to Pelosi Jr.
Will the corruption never cease? In 2014, Pelosi Jr. was named independent director at Targeted Medical Pharma, a Los Angeles-based firm. He quit just seven months after his hire. A year later, the FDA accused Targeted Medical Pharma of testing drugs on humans without authorization. Continuing this tawdry involvement of Paul Pelosi Jr. could go on for pages that would violate my “short take” effort to keep observations to one page or so.
But, I can’t stop without at least talking about Pelosi Jr’s, Mama, Nancy Pelosi herself, and her self-endowment scheme by insider trading through the advanced knowledge she gains as Speaker of the House.
Nancy Pelosi reported that she and her husband earned as much as $30 million in stock trades involving Big Tech firms. Do we see a pattern here? She really can’t lie about that, but in so reporting, she has unleashed the ire of lawmakers from both parties wanting to push legislation banning members of Congress from trading in stocks. Nancy’s response was: “We’re a free-market economy; they (members of Congress) should be able to participate in that.” Perhaps, but not with insider information prior to public disclosures of stock prices. That’s a crime!
Pelosi’s family is wealthy beyond imagination, and she has been accused of earning her profits off of companies she, as House Speaker, is responsible for regulating. She clearly has a jump on insider stock trading and uses it, or tells her husband to use it. Her estimated net worth of more than $106 million, is only an average of the total supposed value of her assets and liabilities.
Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi, runs a venture capital and investment firm, Financial Leasing Services, and has made countless bets on high-profile companies like Amazon, Apple, and Google, companies that Nancy is supposed to regulate. Nancy is not keen at all on the idea of banning congressmen, meaning herself, from trading on individual stocks. The real criminals firmly reside in the deep state swamp of money, corruption, and political favors.
Remember, freedom is the goal; the Constitution is the way. Now, go get ’em!
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