Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) son traveled with her during a recent trip to Taiwan as an “unnamed guest” in a move that is raising red flags.
Pelosi’s son also happens to be a lithium investor involved in green technologies, who may have had strong business interests during the Asian trip.
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A quiet traveler
“His name wasn’t listed as part of the official delegation. They didn’t want you to know Paul went to Asia with his mom, but if you look closely at the photos, there he is, Pauly P. Jr., about as unqualified as Hunter with all the big dogs there in Asia. He was also caught by foreign photographers in Singapore and Japan,” Fox News’ host Jesse Watters reported.
“The U.S. press, who covered every move Nancy made in the Pacific, somehow never noticed that her son Paul was along for the ride,” he added.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) August 9, 2022
Pelosi’s husband too
The controversial move is in addition to growing calls to investigate Paul Pelosi, the House speaker’s husband, who runs an investment company that recently sold millions in chip stocks ahead of a House vote on the topic.
“Paul Pelosi still owns a huge stake in chip stocks that could benefit from a bill heading to President Joe Biden’s desk that hands billions to chip companies,” the Daily Caller reported.
NEW: Paul Pelosi still owns a huge stake in chip stocks that could benefit from a bill heading to President Joe Biden’s desk that hands billions to chip companies, according to records reviewed by the DCNF. https://t.co/svTNNeGgA4
— Gabe Kaminsky (@gekaminsky) August 4, 2022
The controversial move has led to proposals to ban stock trades by Congress members and their spouses, though the legislation is unlikely to move forward anytime soon.
Instead, Pelosi’s family continues to enjoy the fringe benefits of her position in ways that are concerning to Americans.
Many in the public may not notice, but those who do are wondering why more isn’t being said or done to address the Pelosi family’s conflicts of interest.