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Turns out, that Senator who sold stock is just as corrupt as people thought she was

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Sen. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., arrives for a Republican policy lunch on Capitol Hill in Washington, Friday, March 20, 2020, to work on a sweeping economic rescue plan amid the pandemic crisis and nationwide shutdown that’s hurtling the country toward a likely recession.   (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Turns out Sen. Kelly Loeffler appears to be just as corrupt as people probably assumed. According to Vox, which Loeffler spoke to the newspaper and reportedly provided details of numerous stock transactions mostly those that found her in the midst of controversy.

But those stock transactions revealed more than she probably bargained for, as they revealed that just as she sold numerous stocks (to the tune of millions) she and her husband invested in a company that makes medical protection equipment.

As it turns out — the couple sold stocks in companies like TJ Maxx and Lululemon but the bought stocks in companies like Dupont. It is Dupont that actually sells medical protection equipment, and is currently in major demand.


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