He’s that, Hank, but first & foremost, he’s a Penis Face. Look at him. His face is a penis — uncircumcised & chronically embedded with Smegma.
Not only Gianforte, but all his Rich Friends as well. Consider this blog post a specific addendum to my Deport The Rich blog post here. I think they all need to go to Russia, voluntarily or involuntarily, considering their affinity for Putin and The Russians. They’re all Peas In A Pod. They’re Traitors. They are not Americans. I know many, many “immigrants” who are infinitely more American than they are which isn’t that difficult really because, as I said, The Rich aren’t American at all. And Gianforte is no exception. He’s the rule. He is a Prime Example. And so too is Donald Trump. So, let’s deport them all to Russia and let them lick Putin’s Ass all day every day in the hospitable confines of The Kremlin where they belong.
It may only be Index Funds and it may only be $250,000 for someone who’s net worth is between $65 million and $350 million, but it’s a matter of Appearance as much as it’s a matter of Fact. He fails on both counts. His loyalty is with Putin and Rich Tyrants (what rich person isn’t a tyrant?) of any stripe since he is Trump’s Quisling and Trump is Putin’s Quisling. So many Quislings, so little time. Are there no men & women of honor any longer, if there ever was? I don’t think there are. Where have all the Cowboys gone?
A Republican congressional candidate has financial ties to a number of Russian companies that have been sanctioned by the US, the Guardian has learned. Greg Gianforte, who is the GOP standard bearer in the upcoming special election in Montana, owns just under $250,000 in shares in two index funds that are invested in the Russian economy to match its overall performance.
According to a financial disclosure filed with the clerk of the House of Representatives, the Montana tech mogul owns almost $150,000 worth of shares in VanEck Vectors Russia ETF and $92,400 in the IShares MSCF Russia ETF fund. Both are indexed to the Russian equities market and have significant holdings in companies such as Gazprom and Rosneft that came under US sanctions in the aftermath of the Russian invasion of the Crimea.
The holdings, while substantial, make up only a small portion of Gianforte’s wealth. The congressional candidate, who made a fortune starting a software company which was later sold to Oracle, has assets estimated to be worth between $65m and $315m, according to his financial disclosure.
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