May 4, 2024

Texas Rep. Henry Cuellar Indicted For Bribery

America's Department of Justice has officially announced the indictment of Democratic Representative Henry Cuellar of Texas, along with his wife.

There's at least one politician who is going to be made VERY nervous by this news, hoping that she doesn't suffer the same fate:

Nancy Pelosi.

That's right.

If American politicians are finally going to start being held responsible for their financial crimes, then Pelosi had better start looking over her shoulder right now.

There has been serious proof for years that the former House speaker is guilty of insider trading.

Sure, politicians in America earn more than most professions, but they don't get millions and millions per year in salary.

In order to achieve that kind of wealth, Pelosi had to obtain it outside of politics.

So, she's been using information obtained via her position in the United States government to make predictions and guesses about how to play the stock market.

As a result, she's absolutely DESTROYING the average in American when it comes to stock trading, and it suddenly becomes easier to explain how she's worth millions and millions and millions of dollars when she's in a profession you're not supposed to get fabulously wealthy doing.

Government work is supposed to be a form of service for the good of the country, but Pelosi doesn't see it like that.

Like Cuellar, she has been looking at her position in America's government as a way to help her own bank account for years.

Cuellar is under investigation for accepting nearly $600,000 in bribes from an energy company in Azerbaijan.

The DOJ has announced that Cueller and his wife are facing the following charges:

Two counts of conspiracy to commit bribery of a federal official and to have a public official act as an agent of a foreign principal, five years in prison on each count; two counts of bribery of a federal official, 15 years in prison on each count; two counts of conspiracy to commit honest services wire fraud, 20 years in prison on each count; two counts of violating the ban on public officials acting as agents of a foreign principal, two years in prison on each count; one count of conspiracy to commit concealment money laundering, 20 years in prison; and five counts of money laundering, 20 years in prison on each count.

Do you think that anything will happen to Cuellar?

Should anything be done to Pelosi if Cuellar is going to be scrutinized like this?

Let us know your opinion by leaving a comment in the discussion section below!

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