Rand Paul’s wife secretly bought pharma stocks at the beginning of the pandemic

On today’s show, Cliff and I delve into the news that Rand Paul’s wife secretly bought stocks in a drug company way back in February of 2020, and Paul failed to report it for 16 months. And it just so happens that the pharmaceutical company, Gilead, makes the Covid treatment drug Remdesivir. At the time his wife bought the drug, Rand Paul, as a member of Congress, was receiving secret Covid briefings that the rest of us weren’t privy to. He knew what was coming, we didn’t. And his wife invested in the drug that would be needed to help fight the pandemic. All just a big coincidence, right Rand?

Then we get into the latest on the Covid-denialists. And finally, a chat about the ongoing slow-motion coup attempt by Trump, Mike Lindell and more. 

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