U.S. Senators Need to be Prosecuted for Insider Trading!
Public service is about public trust. When members of Congress buy or sell stock on private information, they break the public trust and they break the law. When Senators or Congress people break the law, they need to be punished to the fullest extent of the law.
- Dr. George Flinn
U.S. Senate Candidate
I am calling upon both the House and Senate Ethics Committees to immediately review the financial disclosure records of all members, officers, and employees of Congress and determine who did or did not execute trades of stocks following any briefing held for members of Congress concerning the Coronavirus and its potential impact on the U.S. and world economy. If such activity is found, those members need to be prosecuted in accordance with federal laws.
Senators Dumped Millions in Stock after Closed-Door Briefing on Coronavirus, Records Show
“Senators Richard Burr (R., N.C.) and Kelly Loeffler (R., Ga.) sold off millions of dollars in public stock following a closed-door briefing on the coronavirus in January, potentially violating the STOCK Act, which prohibits congressional trading on non-public information.”