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The coronavirus outbreak presented swamp politicians with a prime opportunity to engage in dirty dealing.
And you’ll be speechless when you find out how bad things really are.
And Tucker Carlson exposed this coronavirus scandal that ended a Never-Trump RINO’s career.
As American Patriot Daily reports:
RINO Senator Richard Burr is the powerful chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Burr spent years feeding the Russian collusion hoax by allowing Democrats on the committee to promote this conspiracy theory in on-the-record comments and anonymous leaks to the press without any correction from Burr despite Burr knowing the entire time the story was garbage.
Now Burr stands accused of exploiting the Chinese coronavirus outbreak to make a quick buck.
Back in February, Burr received a briefing from intelligence officials about the possible risks of the Chinese coronavirus that Americans faced.
Burr turned around and sold $1.5 million worth of stock right before the stock market began a
downward spiral that saw the Dow Jones Industrial average plummet 10,000 points in one month which wiped away trillions of dollars in wealth.
To complicate matters, Burr told a private meeting of the North Carolina Tar Heel Club about the dangers of the virus while publicly telling the American people the economy was well-positioned to handle the pandemic.
This did not sit well with Tucker Carlson.
During a recent broadcast of his Fox News program, Carlson demanded that Burr explain himself, but if the allegations were true that Burr should resign and face prosecution for insider trading.
“You may have seen news reports this afternoon that chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee sold more than a million dollars in stock in mid-February after learning about how devastating the Chinese coronavirus could be. He had inside information about what could happen to our country, which is now happening,” Carlson told his audience. “But he didn’t warn the public. He didn’t give a primetime address. He didn’t go on television to sound the alarm. He didn’t even disavow an op-ed he’d written just 10 days before claiming America was ‘better prepared than ever for coronavirus.’”
“He didn’t do any of those things,” Carlson added. “Instead, what did he do? He dumped his shares in hotel stocks so he wouldn’t lose money, and then he stayed silent. Maybe there is an honest explanation for what he did. If there is, he should share it with the rest of us immediately. Otherwise, he must resign from the Senate and face prosecution for insider trading. There is no greater moral crime than betraying your country in a time of crisis, and that appears to be what happened.”
Trump supporters were already fed up with Burr for his disastrous handling of the Russian collusion investigation.
Instead of knocking down these conspiracy theories like House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes did, Burr helped feed this lie.
Now it appears Burr once again used his position of power to damage the nation by allegedly taking advantage of inside information to enrich himself while not adequately warning the American people to dangers they face.
American Patriot Daily will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.