Newly-filed financial disclosures show House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her husband have invested up to $1 million in CrowdStrike, American cybersecurity technology company and the originator of ‘Russian hacking’ claims.
Financial disclosures show Pelosi (D-California) and her husband Paul buying CrowdStrike shares on September 3, according to a RealClearInvestigations report by journalist Aaron Mate. Since then, the stock went from $129.25 a share to $142.97.
New from me: Financial disclosure forms show that Nancy and Paul Pelosi have invested between $500,000 to $1 million in Crowdstrike, the firm that first accused Russia of hacking the DNC.
Pelosis Take a Big Stake in CrowdStrike t.co/9XHjRj0AP3
— Aaron Maté (@aaronjmate) October 9, 2020
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Now we’re a little more than three weeks from another presidential election, and Nancy Pelosi, the Democrats national leader is at it again. This time an opportunity to invest in CrowdStrike. In recent financial disclosures found by Aaron Mate at Real Clear Investigations, The House Speaker and her husband Paul, have invested up to $1 million in CrowdStrike holdings.