If there is one thing that I know in this world, it is that a Democrat will do anything they can to make a dollar from someone else without them knowing it.
If you have six percent sales tax in your state, and it suddenly gets moved up to eight, that means that at some point that Democrat is taking one percent of that sales tax and they need to account for the missing piece of the pie. It’s the reason why someone with a six-figure salary can have a ten-figure net worth.
Now, once you have been in the game for so long you might think that nobody is watching you any longer. However, every once in a while you get someone that is getting a little bit sloppy and gets caught.
Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein has been caught failing to disclose shares owned by her husband.
The Democrat has been married to her husband Richard Blum for over forty years and he bought over $50,000 worth of shares in The Generation Lab.
The firm is based in Washington, D.C. and is a polling and research firm that puts out studies involving trends and the young generation.
So Republican Dinesh D’Souza was sentenced to a maximum-security prison for giving away too much of his OWN money but when Feinstein gets caught red-handed it may be just a slap on the wrist if that.
Earlier this month, Feinstein is reported to have told the secretary of the Senate via a letter that her husband’s investment should have been reported weeks prior.
After being caught, the Democrat is willing to pay fines but no one has contacted her about actually doing so according to Business Insider.
A spokesperson for Feinstein told Fox Business that the Democrat senator first became aware of Blum’s investment in The Generation Lab when his employer conducted a review of his transactions. The investment was reported upon discovery, said the spokesperson.
“We can’t speak to why it had been previously overlooked but have been assured that personnel involved in her husband’s transactions are aware of the reporting requirements,” Feinstein’s spokesperson told Fox Business in a statement.