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Representative Chris Collins (R-NY) busted for insider trading........

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He was a Trump backer.

Swamp being drained by authorities...not Trump

Love it. These guys kept talking about the big mean old corrupt old Hillary Led FBI and now the FBI is big old Heroes again.

 

Literally, the first Congressman to endorse Trump. Seconded his nomination at the convention for Pete's sake.

 

Two different snakes in the same swamp.

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Just keeps getting worse for the TDS posters. They're going to go into a Trump coma soon. Probably for the best for them....and all of us.

 

Hate quoting ESAC(less contact the better), but I'm completely befuddled how a GOP Rep. Chris Collins getting arrested for insider trader does anything to 'TDS posters'? Does he just have a TDS Magic 8-ball that he shakes up to choose what he posts?

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Hate quoting to ESAC(less contact the better), but I'm completely befuddled how a GOP Rep. Chris Collins getting arrested for insider trader does anything to 'TDS posters'? Does he just have a TDS Magic 8-ball that he shakes up to choose what he posts?

He just runs around screaming TDS like he's got Tourette syndrome.

 

I'm sure Hannity writers will come up with something new soon enough.

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Other members of Congress who bought Innate stock on Collins recommendation:

 

John Culberson

Mike Conaway

Doug Lamborn

Billy Long

Markwayne Mullin

Tom Price

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Three in 10 members of Congress made a stock trade over the past two years
All told, they made over 21,300 trades
The top 12 traders are responsible for two thirds of those trades
Approximately 7,300 trades are attributable to a single congressman, Mike McCaul of Texas
31 percent of Republicans made a trade, as did 28 percent of Democrats
39 percent of senators made a trade, versus just 28 percent of the House
But, 11 of the top 12 traders are House members
SOURCE: POLITICO examined the stock transactions of all 548 members who at any point served in the 114th Congress.

 

 

https://www.politico.com/story/2017/05/14/congress-stock-trading-conflict-of-interest-rules-238033

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