Republicans making a BUCK on Coronavirus… Typical

AND TRUMP HAS NOTHING BUT LIES…

Republican dumped up to $1.6 million of stock — after reassuring America about coronavirus preparedness

Soon after he offered public assurances that the government was ready to battle the coronavirus, the powerful chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Richard Burr, sold off a significant percentage of his stocks, unloading between $582,029 and $1.56 million of his holdings on Feb. 13 in 29 separate transactions.

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Republican Jim Inhofe dumped up to $450,000 in stock — the fourth GOP senator implicated in scandal: report

The GOP Senate Caucus faced a massive scandal on Thursday after multiple GOP senators revealed in public filings that they had sold large stock holdings after private briefings on the coronavirus scandal.

Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) and Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) have all been implicated in the scandal.

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BUSTED: Second GOP senator caught dumping stock — after receiving coronavirus briefing

The first was Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC). Hours later, The Daily Beast reported interim Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA).

Third GOP Senator caught selling equity before the market crash — this time up to $25 million worth

On Monday, March 2nd, the Dow Jones Industrial Average set its biggest-ever point gain.

But Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) was massively selling.

Johnson, who has a net worth estimated at over $36 million, made a major transaction.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson came out swinging against Republican Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina after a report broke on Thursday that he dumped stock potentially worth more than $1 million ahead of the coronavirus stock market crash.

Carlson expressed his outrage at the senator and said that, if no credible explanation is given for his conduct, Burr should resign.

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Coronavirus: Republican senators sold stocks before markets plunged on Covid-19 fears – reports

Richard Burr, chairman of the Senate intelligence committee, and Kelly Loeffler of Georgia have denied they kept the public in the dark