It has been reported that like President Joe Biden’s son Hunter, another Democratic stalwart has a son who has also been involved in some business dealings with suspicious companies.According to an exclusive report, DailyMail.com notes that Paul Pelosi, son of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, has been involved in business dealings with at least five companies that have been subjected to federal investigations, but that he himself has never been charged.
“A shocking paper trail shows Paul Pelosi Jr.’s connections to a host of fraudsters, rule-breakers, and convicted criminals,” the outlet reported, adding: “His years-long repeated business dealings raise two troubling questions Nancy’s son has been unable to answer: why did he get mixed up with such unsavory characters over and over, and how involved was he with the criminal investigations into his fraudster colleagues?”
Though his mother once promised to lead “the most honest, most open, most ethical Congress in history,” Paul Pelosi Jr. has been associated with “a staggering wake of criminal colleagues, fraudulent companies and federal investigations,” DailyMail.com noted further.
The outlet’s investigation found that Pelosi Jr. is involved with these five firms:
— He joined the board of a biofuel company after investors were defrauded, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission ruling. The company’s CEO was convicted after bribing officials in Georgia.
— Pelosi was president of an environmental investment company that was actually a front for two people who had been convicted of fraud.
— He became the vice president of a firm that had been involved in a probe of scam phone calls targeting senior citizens.about:blank
— He became part of a lithium mining company and got millions of shares that were allegedly issued as “part of a massive $164 million fraud.”
— He has a close business relationship with a man the Justice Department has accused of running a phony United Nations charity that stole money from investors.
— A Food and Drug Administration investigation found that a medical company he worked for tested medications on people without the agency’s authorization.