Nancy Pelosi was furious when top youth influencer Mr. Beast exposed a disturbing fact about the powerful Democrat

Photo by Speaker Pelosi via Wikimedia, public domain

The D.C. Swamp is filled with politicians who exploit power.

Nancy Pelosi is one of the apex predators of the Swamp.

And Pelosi was furious when she saw one tweet from top youth influencer “Mr. Beast” that exposed a disturbing fact about the powerful Democrat.

Entertainment celebrities are expected to toe the establishment line politically.

It’s not a coincidence that almost every prominent actor or musician has the same opinions.

The same goes for a lot of the biggest social media influencers.

As legacy media fades, social media has become a major vector of influence, particularly for younger people who are more likely to watch YouTube and TikTok than broadcast networks or even go to the movie theater.

Getting the influencers in line

Arguably, the biggest influencer on YouTube is 25-year-old Jimmy Donaldson, who goes by the moniker “Mr. Beast.”

Donaldson has an unfathomable 241 million subscribers on the platform.

Mr. Beast’s videos mainly consist of challenges, e.g. in one video, he gets buried alive for seven days.

Donaldson seemed to cause a stir when he posted about members of Congress being able to trade stocks.

He tweeted, “It’s a little sad that an active member of congress can cause billions of dollars of stock to shift like this. Is it also not absurd that the people that make our laws and know classified information can trade on the public market? The fact that they get intel before the rest of America and are constantly tempted not to make millions off it is just a situation we shouldn’t be putting them in and seems stupid to me. I’d be all for paying them more and they not be able to invest or some other solution.”

Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi is notorious for having a sterling stock portfolio, which is obviously influenced by having been Speaker of the House for so many years.

However, Donaldson deleted the tweet for no reason.

The Swamp Goes Hollywood

Conservative commentator Ashley St. Clair pointed out that Donaldson’s management company employs Pelosi’s nephew, Andrew.

She wrote, “Mr. Beast deleted a pretty tame + nonpartisan post critiquing Nancy Pelosi’s suspiciously excellent trading record. Guess where Nancy Peloi’s nephew Andrew is a talent manager? Mr. Beast’s agency! Did someone get in trouble for criticizing Aunt Nancy? I’m sure it’s just ‘better for the brand’ to ‘stay out of politics.’”

Fox News contributor Steve Hilton gave audience members a taste of how Pelosi operates during a segment on his former show.

Hilton explained, “On March 18th, 2008, while she was Speaker, Nancy Pelosi bought $220,000 of Visa IPO or initial public offering stock. She got it a day before it was publicly traded—a privilege reserved for a select group of hand-picked investors. Here’s where it gets really Swampy. Two weeks before she was given special access to the IPO stock, a piece of legislation called the Credit Card Fair Fee Act of 2008 was introduced in the House. It would have cut Visa’s revenue and hurt Visa’s stock price. Something that then-Speaker Pelosi now had a direct interest in. By a remarkable coincidence, this piece of antitrust legislation, normally such a priority for Democrats, never made it to a vote on the House floor.”

Pelosi has been playing this game for a long time.

Mr. Beast exposed his 29 million Twitter followers to the truth, and somebody clearly was not happy.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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