The Feinstein-Facebook Connection Was Not Disclosed Before Zuckerberg Appeared Before Congress

If your spouse owned between $100,000 and $250,000 of Facebook stock and you were required to reveal it, how could you forget? In the case of California’s Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein, it seems to have been an afterthought. That is, she thought of it after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before Congress in April. That was after he testified before her in a Senate hearing. What has she done since then? Read this.

As Written and Reported By Lucas Nolan for Breitbart: 

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) allegedly failed to disclose her husband’s ownership of more than $100,000 worth of Facebook stock before Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before Congress.

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A new report claims that Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein failed to disclose her husband’s $100,000 worth of Facebook stock before Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before Congress in April. Feinstein failed to reveal that her husband, wealthy investment banker Richard Blum, owns between $100,000 and $250,000 worth of Facebook stock before the social media company’s CEO testified before Feinstein and other Senators as part of the Mark Zuckerberg’s April 10 testimony before Congress. Feinstein was just one of four Senators to give opening remarks during the testimony.

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When asked for comment by Mercury News, Feinstein’s office refused to comment on her husband’s financial dealings. Tom Mentzer, the communications director for Feinstein’s office, commented: “The transaction was made by the senator’s spouse and was marked as such in the filing. It wasn’t made by the senator and she has no ownership or control over it. The senator doesn’t discuss any of her husband’s business or financial decisions with him, so it in no way affected the hearing. All of the senator’s assets are in a blind trust, which was put in place when she joined the Senate. The transaction should have been reported earlier in the year, and a report was filed once the mistake was…….


Senator Dianne Feinstein Failed to Disclose Husband’s $100K in Facebook Stock Before Zuckerberg Testimony | Breitbart


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