Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s son is linked to criminal-run companies which had multiple near-misses with the law, according to a new report.
While Paul Pelosi Jr. has never been charged with crimes, a new report from The Daily Mail suggests that he has ties to or worked for at least five companies that were investigated by federal prosecutors for various fraud and scamming schemes.
Shortly after his mom assumed the role of Speaker of the House in 2007, Pelosi Jr. took a six-figure position at InfoUSA. The company was run by Vinod Gupta, a notable Democrat donor who was under investigation for allegedly selling consumers’ data to criminals who used it to scam vulnerable populations such as senior citizens. Even though the Iowa attorney general suggested that InfoUSA employees knew they were selling to alleged scammers, neither Gupta nor his company was charged.
Two years later, Pelosi Jr. assumed the presidency of Natural Blue Resources, an environmental company, after convicted fraudsters James Cohen and Joseph Corazzi recruited him so they could “personally profit from the company without disclosing their past brushes with the law to investors.”
In Hunter Biden-esque fashion, Pelosi Jr. became vice president of biofuel company FOGFuels in 2013, just one month after the Securities and Exchange Commission filed charges against FOGFuels and founder Paul Marshall. According to the Daily Mail, Pelosi Jr. “left the FOGFuels…