Pelosi Secretly Met Taiwan Chip Manufacturer – Pelosi’s Son Is 2nd Largest Stakeholder
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Something doesn’t smell right with Pelosi’s trip to Asia and now some Taiwanese want to know what went on with Pelosi and her son in Taiwan and whether any business was taking place.
Corrupt Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, took along with her on a recent trip to Asia. Pelosi secretly met with a Taiwan mega chip maker. Paul Jr. has the second largest stake in a related Chinese company. Pelosi claimed her son didn’t participate in business dealings on the trip like the Joe and Hunter Biden shows of the past (remember 10% for the ‘Big Guy’), but it now looks like he did.
A week ago TGP started this off when we reported that when Pelosi traveled to Asia recently, it looked like her son was with her. TGP couldn’t confirm whether that was her son or whether the purpose of Pelosi’s trip was to increase the corrupt family’s fortune. Based on Pelosi’s actions in the past, this was likely the case.
GP soon confirmed that it was Paul Pelosi, Jr. with Nancy on her trip. Pelosi was asked about this last week; she claimed that he was her escort and was “absolutely not” involved in any business dealings. But of course, Nancy can’t be trusted with anything.
At that time, TGP reported that Nancy secretly met with one of the largest companies in Taiwan and the world – a computer chip maker while in Taiwan. This meeting was not on her official itenary.
$TSM is the 9th largest company in the world, with a market cap of almost $500B – They currently are planning to build a brand new $12B facility in Arizona – According to Taiwan media, they discussed how the new $280B CHIPS act will benefit $TSM and these plans — Nancy Pelosi Stock Tracker ♟ (@PelosiTracker_) August 3, 2022
Now some politicians in Taiwan are asking about Pelosi’s trip and her son Paul Jr. and precisely what he was doing there. Zerohedge reported on Sunday.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s son is the second largest investor in a Chinese tech company whose senior executive was arrested in a fraud investigation, according to DailyMail.com, raising questions about his secretive visit to Taiwan with his mother. 53-year-old Paul Pelosi Jr did not publicly disclose his stake before accompanying his mother on the taxpayer-funded trip to Taiwan. Pelosi is not only a major investor in Borqs, a player in the Chinese internet-of-things and 5G sector, but has also worked as a consultant for the firm, rewarded for his services with 700,000 shares in the firm, at which time his holdings were exceeded only by CEO Pat Sek Yuen Chan. Upon learning that Pelosi Jr. had tagged along with his mother’s delegation, several Taiwanese politicians, including the former chair of the island’s financial supervisory commission, Tseng Ming-chung, have demanded to know whether the island’s ruling Democratic Progressive Party had a financial relationship with the Pelosi family and whether the congresswoman’s visit involved business interests. The younger Pelosi was not listed as a member of the delegation and had no government post or other stated mission to carry out. It is unclear what Pelosi Jr.’s role at the company was. Additionally, Pelosi Jr. was appointed to the boards of two lithium mining companies in 2020 and 2021. His appointments have drawn new scrutiny following his visit to Taiwan, a lithium mining capital.
Looking at Borq’s profile online, Paul Jr. is the second largest stockholder is involved with chipset vendors.
Chipsets are the glue in motherboards:
An electronic chipset manages the flow of data between components on a motherboard. It’s the traffic controller between the CPU, GPU, RAM, storage, and peripherals. Experts have referred to it as the “glue” of the motherboard. The chipset is basically the electronics on the motherboard that communicate with all the connected components.