Leisher wrote:Source of the post I was saying the overall market dropping lately has not been all on him.
Maybe it he had taken some proactive steps weeks or months ago, we wouldn't be where we are?
Leisher wrote:Source of the post That's a nice thought, but ultimately wrong. Barring shutting the borders to everyone and everything, this is spreading no matter what we do. And let's be honest, it doesn't matter who is in the white house, the borders are not being shut down.
GORDON wrote:Source of the post Was reading the last couple Covid outbreaks had vaccine research prematurely stopped, because the infection ran its course naturally before they were done.
Leisher wrote:Source of the post Twitters are a buzz that lots of Congress men and women got briefed on the coronavirus today and then dumped lots of stock prior to making public announcements.
The report said the transactions involved a significant percentage of the senator’s holdings and took place about a week before the impact of the virus outbreak sent stock prices plunging to the point where gains made during President Trump’s term in office were largely erased.
Burr’s office would not comment on what kind of information Burr might have received about coronavirus prior to his stock sales, the outlet reported.
U.S. Senator Kelly Loeffler of Georgia defended herself overnight, insisting that both she and her husband had no input in the decision to sell somewhere between $1.2 million and $3.1 million in stock shortly before the stock market crash that was caused by fears over covid-19. Loeffler’s husband is Jeffrey Sprecher, a longtime Republican donor and chairman of the New York Stock Exchange and they have a combined net worth of roughly $500 million.
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