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Matt Gaetz SLAMS North Carolina’s Richard Burr After Insider Trading Scandal

Matt Gaetz is taking aim at Richard Burr.

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Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz brutally slammed North Carolina Senator Richard Burr in a Monday tweet, taking Burr to task for his involvement in an insider trading scandal that has merited him rebuke from commentators and political figures from across partisan and ideological lines.

Gaetz likened Senator Burr to a historical figure sharing his namesake, Aaron Burr. Gaetz compared Burr’s infamous shooting of Alexander Hamilton in a New Jersey duel to a metaphorical shooting of the Republican Party’s credibility on behalf of the modern-day Burr.

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Gaetz had earlier taken aim at Burr for his involvement in the insider trading scandal, expressing his opinion that the Senate Intelligence Committee Chair had used his position for gainful financial information.

Senator Burr had sold a significant amount of stock shares in the weeks preceding the global Chinese coronavirus epidemic, and it’s alleged he had been briefed on the dangerous nature of the epidemic before the public was fully aware of its highly contagious nature. He’s currently being investigated by the Senate Ethics Committee for his stock exchange sales in the weeks preceding the virus’ spread in America.

Burr began selling off stocks on February 13th, ultimately going on to liquidate $1.3 million of company shares.

Burr isn’t the only Senator who is suspected of potential insider trading in the weeks before the virus largely tanked the stock market. Georgia’s Kelly Loefler, California’s Dianne Feinstein, Oklahoma’s James Inhofe, and Georgia’s David Purdue all sold stocks in January and February, avoiding personal financial losses as a result of the virus’ impact on the economy.

Sources close to President Trump suggest that he would prefer for Burr to resign in light of the situation. Tucker Carlson called for Burr’s resignation in a scathing segment earlier this month.

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IDIOCRACY: Sen. Chuck Schumer Says the Senate Will Decide if Trump ‘Incited the Erection’

America is not a serious nation.

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Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) put his foot in his mouth while speaking on the Senate floor on Friday, claiming that the Senate will decide if President Trump “incited the erection.”

Schumer was presumably referring to the Jan. 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol, a mostly-peaceful protest that saw a group of mostly Trump supporters breach the Capitol to make a daring stand against swamp corruption. Nobody can be quite sure as to why Schumer had erections on his mind while making the comment.

“But make no mistake, there will be a trial, and when that trial ends, senators will have to decide if they believe…Donald John Trump incited the erection, insurrection, against the United States,” Schumer stated.

The comical clip can be seen here:

Big League Politics has reported on how the disgraceful Schumer was once funded by money from the coffers of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, which may explain his Freudian slip with regards to erections on the Senate floor:

Democrat Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer was caught accepting money from accused child trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, and now he’s making a show of giving the money away, just as he did with his Harvey Weinstein donations.

The New York Post reports: Federal Election Commission records show that Schumer received seven $1,000 donations from Epstein between 1992 and 1997, first as a US congressman from New York and then when he was vying to be the state’s senator in 1998, an election he won…

That means Schumer and Schumer-linked entities received a combined $22,000.

Schumer spokesman Angelo Roefaro responded, “While these campaign accounts closed about 20 years ago, and even then the campaign never controlled the two political action committees (PACs), Senator Schumer is donating an equal sum to anti-sex trafficking and anti-violence against women groups.”

The top Senate Democrat previously donated $14,200 — the amount donated to his campaigns by accused sexual predator Harvey Weinstein — to several charities supporting women…

A “little black book” of names and addresses kept by Jeffrey Epstein’s butler includes many rich and powerful people including George Soros’ investment banker nephew Peter Soros, who shows up alongside Bill Richardson, Alec Baldwin and others.

The Soros-Epstein connection is less clearly defined at this time, based on available knowledge, than the clear relationship between Epstein and former Democrat president Bill Clinton. Court documents show that Jeffrey Epstein had 21 different phone numbers for Bill Clinton.

Schumer is among the worst the swamp has to offer, and his party will be dominating the country for at least two years. America is in dire straits as a result.

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