More on Pelosi Jr’s Connections to Fraudulent Companies
The 52-year-old Paul Pelosi Jr., in 2009, co-founded the company Natural Blue Resources, which invested in environmental organizations.
However, the SEC brought fraud charges against the company in 2014 because of its connection to two alleged fraudsters, James Cohen and Joseph Corazzi.
In 2013, Pelosi Jr. joined FOGFuels. However, shortly after being named the vice president of the company, the founder was charged with stealing $3 million from elderly investors.
Paul Pelosi Jr., the son of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, has reportedly been linked to at least five business entities under investigation by authorities for alleged fraud.
— Fibci (@Fibci2) January 14, 2022
The Connection to Fraud Doesn’t End There
In 2014, Pelosi Jr. worked as a director at Targeted Medical Pharma; he later quit after working there for seven months. A year after he quit, the FDA accused the company of testing drugs on people without authorization.
Later in 2014, he became an executive at Corporate Governance Initiative, which was a non-profit group that aimed to build transparency amongst organizations.
While working at CGI, Pelosi Jr. established a connection with Asa Clair, a man who was charged with running a crypto scam through a charity called World Sports Alliance.
Nancy Pelosi’s son – Paul Pelosi Jr. – was involved in 6 companies investigated by the feds for fraud. Are we surprised? Here’s what you should know – a thread🧵: pic.twitter.com/sVsOdD7MNZ
— Givvy Crypto (@Givvy_Stocks) January 14, 2022
Pelosi Jr., in 2018, even promoted Clair’s alleged cryptocurrency scam on a website. Pelosi, however, has never been charged with fraud.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is in hot water for allegedly participating in insider trading. Maybe that’s why she reportedly made $30 million dollars on big tech stocks.
Nancy Pelosi is also responsible for voting on regulations regarding tech companies; so for her to make money from the companies is beyond shady.
It’s very clear why Pelosi and other Democrats haven’t sounded off on big tech companies for censorship; after all, they are becoming rich through these companies.
Senator Ted Cruz recently introduced a bill that would ban Pelosi-style insider trading, but it has yet to be voted on.