We’ve come full circle now haven’t we, Pelosi’s money is all over a company connected to the Russian probe at the DNC.
CrowdStrike, the cybersecurity firm famously blamed Russia for hacking the Democratic National Committee and taking its data has gotten some big money from the Pelosi’s.
The company also was the only entity to examine the DNC servers.
Financial disclosures have shown that Speaker Pelosi and her husband, Paul Pelosi are dumping money into the company.
Real Clear Investigations reports:
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and her husband, Paul Pelosi, are endorsing the publicly traded firm in a different way. Recent financial disclosure filings show the couple have invested up to $1 million in CrowdStrike Holdings.
The Pelosis purchased the stock at a share price of $129.25 on Sept. 3. At the time of this article’s publication, the price has risen to $142.97.
Drew Hammill, spokesman for Pelosi, said: “Speaker Pelosi is not involved in her husband’s investments and was not aware of the investment until the required filing was made.
Mr. Pelosi is a private investor and has investments in a number of publicly traded companies.
The Speaker fully complies with House Rules and the relevant statutory requirements.”
The Pelosis’ sizeable investment in CrowdStrike could revive scrutiny of the company’s involvement in the Trump-Russia saga since the Democrats’ 2016 election loss.
CrowdStrike was one of the companies used to push the Russian hoax however, in 2017 under oath CEO Shawn Henry admitted the firm “did not have concrete evidence” that Russian hackers stole anything from the DNC.
Yet the most damaging revelation calling into question CrowdStrike’s Russian hacking allegations came with an admission early in the Russia probe that was only made public this year.
Unsealed testimony from the House Intelligence Committee shows that Henry admitted under oath behind closed doors in December 2017 that the firm “did not have concrete evidence” that Russian hackers actually stole any emails or other data from the DNC servers.
“There’s circumstantial evidence, but no evidence that they were actually exfiltrated,” Henry said.
“There are times when we can see data exfiltrated, and we can say conclusively. But in this case it appears it was set up to be exfiltrated, but we just don’t have the evidence that says it actually left.”
No wonder Pelosi continues to push the Russian hoax she’s profiting off of it.