McCaskill’s husband scored $131 million in federal housing contracts during her Senat

Dec 2014
17,050
6,132
The Milky Way
#1
Should be a big story, some real investigative reporting. Will it die with this story?


McCaskill’s husband scored $131 million in federal housing contracts during her Senate tenure



What a difference a Senate seat makes, eh? Before Claire McCaskill won Missouri’s Senate race in 2006, her husband Joseph Shepard made a modest amount of money in real-estate ventures relating to federally subsidized housing. In the twelve years of his wife’s tenure in the upper chamber, Shepard’s investments have won federal contracts worth nine figures. The Kansas City Star and McClatchy report that Shepard’s annual personal income from those investments runs as high as one million dollars:

Businesses tied to U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill’s husband have been awarded more than $131 million in federal subsidies since the Missouri Democrat took office in 2007, an analysis by The Kansas City Star found.

Joseph Shepard’s personal income from his investments in those businesses has grown exponentially during his wife’s two terms in the Senate. …

In 2006, the year before McCaskill entered the Senate, her husband’s personal income from those investments was between $1,608 and $16,731, according to the senator’s financial disclosure forms.

In 2017, five years into McCaskill’s second term, Shepard personally earned between $365,374 and $1,118,158 from investments in housing projects that received federal subsidies, the disclosure forms show. Disclosure forms only provide ranges of income.​

Well, someone has to pay for that private plane, right?

...




https://hotair.com/archives/2018/07...scored-131-million-federal-housing-contracts/
 
Likes: 1 person
Sep 2016
19,784
13,940
My own world
#2
Was anything done illegally by him or his wife? If turning a profit is illegal then I'd say we can call off the Mueller investigation right now and arrest the Trumps.
 
Likes: 2 people
Jul 2015
33,152
24,555
Florida
#3
Should be a big story, some real investigative reporting. Will it die with this story?


McCaskill’s husband scored $131 million in federal housing contracts during her Senate tenure



What a difference a Senate seat makes, eh? Before Claire McCaskill won Missouri’s Senate race in 2006, her husband Joseph Shepard made a modest amount of money in real-estate ventures relating to federally subsidized housing. In the twelve years of his wife’s tenure in the upper chamber, Shepard’s investments have won federal contracts worth nine figures. The Kansas City Star and McClatchy report that Shepard’s annual personal income from those investments runs as high as one million dollars:

Businesses tied to U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill’s husband have been awarded more than $131 million in federal subsidies since the Missouri Democrat took office in 2007, an analysis by The Kansas City Star found.

Joseph Shepard’s personal income from his investments in those businesses has grown exponentially during his wife’s two terms in the Senate. …

In 2006, the year before McCaskill entered the Senate, her husband’s personal income from those investments was between $1,608 and $16,731, according to the senator’s financial disclosure forms.

In 2017, five years into McCaskill’s second term, Shepard personally earned between $365,374 and $1,118,158 from investments in housing projects that received federal subsidies, the disclosure forms show. Disclosure forms only provide ranges of income.​

Well, someone has to pay for that private plane, right?

...




https://hotair.com/archives/2018/07...scored-131-million-federal-housing-contracts/
There is one thing FACTUAL in the post. 'HOTAIR'.
 
Jul 2014
38,922
33,911
Border Fence
#6
Should be a big story, some real investigative reporting. Will it die with this story?


McCaskill’s husband scored $131 million in federal housing contracts during her Senate tenure



What a difference a Senate seat makes, eh? Before Claire McCaskill won Missouri’s Senate race in 2006, her husband Joseph Shepard made a modest amount of money in real-estate ventures relating to federally subsidized housing. In the twelve years of his wife’s tenure in the upper chamber, Shepard’s investments have won federal contracts worth nine figures. The Kansas City Star and McClatchy report that Shepard’s annual personal income from those investments runs as high as one million dollars:

Businesses tied to U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill’s husband have been awarded more than $131 million in federal subsidies since the Missouri Democrat took office in 2007, an analysis by The Kansas City Star found.

Joseph Shepard’s personal income from his investments in those businesses has grown exponentially during his wife’s two terms in the Senate. …

In 2006, the year before McCaskill entered the Senate, her husband’s personal income from those investments was between $1,608 and $16,731, according to the senator’s financial disclosure forms.

In 2017, five years into McCaskill’s second term, Shepard personally earned between $365,374 and $1,118,158 from investments in housing projects that received federal subsidies, the disclosure forms show. Disclosure forms only provide ranges of income.​

Well, someone has to pay for that private plane, right?

...




https://hotair.com/archives/2018/07...scored-131-million-federal-housing-contracts/
This can't be news to the Senate and Im sure we found out with reporting of income as required.

Trump hid his taxes for a reason.
 

Similar Discussions