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Dem Congressman Failed to Disclose Over $60,000 In Stock Trades During Pandemic

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If a Republican member of Congress did what liberal Senator Tom Malinowski did, there would be 24/7 coverage – wall to wall. Former Senator Georgia Kelly Loeffler can attest.

But because he has a “D” after his name, Tom gets a pass from the mainstream media.

Here’s the deal, via The Daily Wire:

Rep. Tom Malinowski (D-NJ) is facing heat following a report released late last week that alleges that he failed to disclose at least $671,000 in stock trades, which would be a violation of federal law.

“Malinowski’s stock trades in 2020 included more than two-dozen purchases and sales during the first several weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a five-page spreadsheet Malinowski’s office provided Insider on Wednesday after a reporter asked about his stock activity,” Business Insider reported. “The spreadsheet contains stock trade information that does not appear publicly on the US House’s website, as required by law.”

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The report said that Malinowski’s stock trading activity was the highest during March, which was the first month that the pandemic upended life in the U.S. The report said that Malinowski made between $671,000 and $2.76 million worth of trades last year, according to the spreadsheet that Malinowski’s staff provided to Business Insider.


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