\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\tOn US social media, Pelosi was mocked as "the god of Capitol Hill" by young investors, and "Buy stocks with Pelosi's husband" became a trending topic. "Technology stocks and real estate are fixed targets for Paul," said an insider who has studied his investments. If you look closely, you can see that he buys big tech stocks just in time, even before the policy is announced, for example, when the government is not going to tighten regulations on big tech companies." Last June, for example, Mr. Paul bought call options on Oracle stock days before a House committee was set to vote on privacy violations by big tech companies. As it turned out, the privacy-related bill failed to pass the House, and shares of those companies soared, earning Paul more than $5.3 million on the stock alone. In March of last year, Paul bought a chunk of Microsoft stock at a bargain price, and the stock jumped when news broke that Microsoft had won a $22 billion order from the U.S. Department of Defense for its AR combat helmet. According to the New York Post, Pelosi's husband, Paul, bought 20,000 Nvidia shares on June 17, which could be worth as much as $5 million, according to a report on her personal finances released July 14. Coincidentally, the US House of Representatives just passed a competition bill in February that would provide up to $52bn in subsidies to the domestic semiconductor industry, and many US high-tech companies, including Nvidia, a well-known chip company, have been urging Congress to implement the subsidies as soon as possible.\tThe Pelocses returned 56% on their investments in 2020, compared with Buffett's 26%. In January of this year, two Democratic senators jointly proposed the Ban on Congressional Stock Trading Act because they were dissatisfied with the popularity of stock trading by members of the US Congress, especially the fact that the investment returns of Nancy Pelosi and her husband Paul were even higher than those of Warren Buffett. They argue that members of Congress, who have special access to classified information and federal policy, should not be involved in the stock market at the same time and that "corrupt insider trading" must end. It is worth mentioning that the United States in 2012 of the stop using congress news trading act (the stock act) has rules, members of congress may not use its access to private information trading stocks for personal gain, and legislators should disclose relevant information in my financial transactions 45 days, but in fact, many members of congress or behaviour. "Unless members of Congress are willing to turn on their microphones while having dinner with their spouses and going to bed, the public has no way of knowing what information they are knowingly or unknowingly sharing," one American scoffed.\tDomestic discontent with Ms. Pelosi has also been reflected in books about her shady dealings. "She claims to be acting in the interests of the American people while enriching her family's portfolio through legislation and personal financial transactions," Schweitzer wrote in her 2010 revealing book about Pelosi. Behind the Chanel suits and Omokumoto jewelry, Pelosi is a real political boss. Don't be fooled by her image. The 'most dangerous woman in America' is all about business." "Pelosi is one of the most corrupt politicians in Washington," American author John Bridges said in a 2017 book about corruption in Congress. She made money from insider trading and blindly supported policies she knew nothing about."\tAmerican independent journalists, "refused to cold war" global initiative defense are one of the authors of Danny told the global times reporter in an interview, the majority of the members of the congress of are millionaires, they can satisfy the interests of monopoly and private financial institutions to accumulate wealth, such as in more than 30 years of pelosi congress won a net worth of $100 million in his career. Many U.S. lawmakers and their staff also routinely move from government jobs to corporate boards for donors and lobbyists.\tIn early July, a Gallup poll found that Americans' overall confidence in U.S. government institutions had hit a record low, with confidence in Congress falling 5% to 7%. "The American people don't like politicians like Pelosi," Hai Phong said. "Her corruption is the main reason why people don't trust Congress. But the limits of the American political system force voters to choose one of the two government-approved parties. And these two parties increasingly serve private, corporate interests, putting military aggression and profit maximization ahead of the needs of working people."