Republican Jim Inhofe dumped up to $450,000 in stock — the fourth GOP senator implicated in Coronavirus scandal according to a publication by Raw Story.
As several GOP Senators indicated in public files that they had sold huge assets following private filling on the controversy regarding coronavirus on Thursday, the Senate Caucus of the Grand Old party faced a major surprise.
The controversy was widespread between Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) and Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI).
Now, Jim Inhofe was also caught up in the Scandal after admitting he made some sales in the early February.
There have been calls for the implicated lawmakers to resign from office over the scandal.
His admission adds to the previous 3 other Republican Senators have now been implicated in this coronavirus insider trading scandal. 1. Richard Burr (NC) 2. Jim Inhofe (OK) 3. Ron Johnson (WI) 4. Kelly Loeffler (GA)
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