WARNING: The following video contains vulgar language that some viewers may find offensive.[firefly_embed] [/firefly_embed] If Pelosi did, in fact, provide critical information to her husband in order to financially benefit from her position, she wouldn’t be alone, according to Brand. He pointed out that many members of Congress have invested in stock trades while supporting related legislation. In 2021 alone, Congress bought and sold almost $290 million in equities, he read from the trading tracker Unusual Whales. Additionally, most senators have been late in disclosing their trades to the public last year, he said. The disclosure deadline for elected officials is 45 days. “They’re using information that they get while in Congress to make investments that they know are gonna pay out. And that is corruption — more than corruption, it’s crime,” Brand said. He said Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California and Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky also engaged in this practice, indicating it happens across the political spectrum. Profiting from a congressional office is not just criminal but also ironic, considering members are supposed to make laws, not break them. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.