Loeffler continues dodging key questions about her and her husband’s stock sell-off scandal in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic as she downplayed the threat of the outbreak
ATLANTA — It’s been days since the bombshell report on unelected “political mega-donor” Senator Kelly Loeffler’s stock sell-off scandal, but Loeffler still hasn’t answered critical questions about her dumping stocks after a private Senate briefing but publicly downplaying the threat of the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s past time for Loeffler to give Georgia voters answers on five key questions surrounding her shady stock trading scandal:
Already, a growing chorus of voices including the New York Times and Savannah Morning News have called for an investigation of Loeffler at the highest possible levels, and even members of her own party have criticized her as “unfit to represent Georgia” while worrying about “down-ticket damage” from her scandal.
“After publicly downplaying the coronavirus threat but selling off up to millions worth of stocks, Senator Loeffler owes Georgians clear answers, but instead she’s been dodging questions and ducking local media even as members of her own party denounce her unethical behavior,” said Alex Floyd, spokesman for the Democratic Party of Georgia. “If Senator Loeffler really has nothing to hide, she should have no problem answering these critical questions and submitting to full investigations.”
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