After ‘fake farmer’ claim, Devin Nunes reports he owns small farm that earns no income
Nunes has never before claimed a farm as one of his assets in annual financial disclosures, according to public records dating back to 2007. That suggests he either bought a small part in a farm recently or he improperly filed previous financial disclosures, according to Delaney Marsco, legal counsel on ethics for the nonpartisan watchdog group Campaign Legal Center. “Either he had a tiny stake in this farm all along and he’s been improperly filing financial disclosures, or he bought a tiny, tiny farm this year in order to protect his reputation as a farmer in his district,” Marsco said.
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