GA-Sen: GOPers That Sold Stocks During COVID-19 Pandemic Now On Committee To Reopen Economy
Three weeks after government watchdogs demanded the resignation of U.S. Sens. Kelly Loeffler and Richard Burr following reports that both responded to briefings about the burgeoning coronavirus pandemic in late January by selling millions of dollars in stocks, critics slammed President Donald Trump's appointment of Loeffler to the White House's committee on reopening the economy.
Loeffler's fellow Republican senator from Georgia, David Perdue, was also named as a member of the committee weeks after reports revealed he bought stock in a personal protective equipment (PPE) manufacturer after learning about the public health crisis which would soon cause nationwide shortages of the equipment as healthcare workers treated coronavirus patients. Perdue sold stocks after briefings in January and early February, as well.
Journalist Ryan Grim called the appointments “an odd choice of senators for this role.”
Of course both Perdue and Loeffler’s opponents have been calling out this bull shit:
Ã¢ÂÂ Teresa Tomlinson (@teresatomlinson) April 17, 2020
Ã¢ÂÂ Dar'shun Kendrick (@DarshunKendrick) April 16, 2020
Ã¢ÂÂ Ed Tarver for U.S. Senate (@edtarverga) April 16, 2020
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