Rep. Dan Crenshaw Failed to Disclose Trade Deals Made at Start of the Pandemic

Austin Reformer

The CARES Act was approved by the Senate on March 25, the day Crenshaw bought stock in SPX and the S&P 500 fund, and the package passed the House the next day, when Crenshaw scooped up Southwest and Kinder Morgan, and was signed into law by Trump on March 27, the day that Crenshaw acquired his stake Boeing. “It is nearly impossible to make decisions affecting an industry and then receive a personal financial benefit without appearing to have a conflict of interest,” said Kedric Payne, senior director of ethics at the Campaign Legal Center.

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