This 8 May 2020 video from the USA says about itself:
“Senator Richard Burr was not the only member of his family to sell off a significant portion of his stock holdings in February, ahead of the market crash spurred by coronavirus fears. On the same day Burr sold, his brother-in-law also dumped tens of thousands of dollars worth of shares. The market fell by more than 30% in the subsequent month.
Burr’s brother-in-law, Gerald Fauth, who has a post on the National Mediation Board, sold between $97,000 and $280,000 worth of shares in six companies — including several that have been hit particularly hard in the market swoon and economic downturn.
A person who picked up Fauth’s phone on Wednesday hung up when asked if Fauth and Burr had discussed the sales in advance.”
Read more here.
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Deemed essential, US farmworkers face wage reductions, zero protections from COVID-19. By Norissa Santa Cruz, 8 May 2020. Farmworkers lack access to basic medical care and suffer from significantly higher rates of diabetes, hypertension and health conditions such as heart disease and environmental cancers due to long exposure to pesticides.
Trump administration suppresses Centers for Disease Control coronavirus guidance document. By Bryan Dyne, 8 May 2020. The CDC report would have laid out step-by-step instructions for a variety of “critical” businesses and institutions to safely reopen.