Sen. Kelly Loeffler sold millions of dollars worth of stock after she received a private Senate briefing on the coronavirus.
Loeffler started her stock sale the same day she was briefed by the Trump administration including virologist expert Anthony Fauci , according to the Daily Beast on Thursday.
The first stock she sold was between $50,000 and $100,000 from the company Resideo, which has now lost more than 50% of its value. Before that transaction, Loeffler had not reported a single stock transaction since her Jan. 6 appointment to the Senate.
Since then, she has 29 stock transactions and has dumped between $1,275,000 and $3,100,000 in stocks. She has also invested in that time period in a company that offers teleworking services, which has seen its stock go up since the market crash from the coronavirus.