Pelosi calls GOP “scammers” but is it Nancy who is hiding a scam for her husband?


Written by DML
Nancy Pelosi is calling the GOP tax plan a scam.  Although I don’t like the new plan, it’s by no means a scam.  Thus, Pelosi continues to spread false information to the American people.

Pelosi launched a series of tweets this week with a hashtag marking the GOP as scammers.  One tweet she launched, stated: “The is an assault on the American middle class and an insult to the intelligence of Americans nationwide.”

Not many people realize that Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is one of the richest people in Congress.  The California lawmaker often appears to be out of touch with the issues, and this is because she cannot relate to the hardships facing everyday Americans, including those who she represents in her district.  Pelosi is mega-rich. Her wealth wss estimated to be $202 million in 2014.

Pelosi is forever pointing fingers at the GOP and claiming a “scam” is in play.  For example, months ago, during a press conference, Pelosi said of Trump, “The president continues to hide his tax returns, which could provide vital insight into what financial influence Russia has on him, whether personal, political or financial.”

But what about Nancy’s potential scam, why isn’t she pointing a finger at herself, I wonder.

According to one report, Pelosi’s husband Paul is an ultra-wealthy real estate investor and venture capitalist who has been an active investor in large companies that have been impacted by his wife’s regulations, but yet we don’t have a record of his finances.   Is there a scam being covered up by Rep. Pelosi?

According to political consultant Harlan Hill, who now works on the re-election committee for President Trump, Nancy Pelosi may have potentially engaged in insider trading.  In the video below, Hill says, “because she’s been the beneficiary of information that other people wouldn’t have, Paul Pelosi is able to make active trades on her insider knowledge.”

I ask you to watch the following video and then ask yourself if it is Nancy who is the scammer.

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