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Biden Regime Linked to Suspected Insider Trading w/ CPI Leak

'I can tell you definitively, or at least I’m not aware of any leaks... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) While November’s consumer price index release this week showed inflation slightly cooling, delivering a lower than projected 7.1% hike from the previous month, the report’s release also cast a cloud over the Biden administration regime for suspicion of insider trading.

The janky activity started about 60 seconds before the CPI report was officially released, when stock futures mysteriously jumped more than 1% and Treasury volumes soared, Bloomberg reported.

It was an explosive surge that would bank on decent CPI numbers, prompting widespread speculation that someone in the Biden administration had leaked the CPI report to give benefactors an inside track.

“This is unusual, especially given the reduction in inflation that was reported, which was well in excess of what markets anticipated,” Jerome Selvers, chair of the securities regulatory enforcement & litigation practice at Pashman Stein Walder Hayden law firm, told Bloomberg.

Veteran market analysts told Bloomberg that such volatile activity in such a short time span should draw scrutiny, “even if a leak is only one of several possible explanations for why traders suddenly started buying right before the report was published.”

Despite the extreme oddity of the trades, and what many financial insiders called an obvious link to a CPI leak, the White House comms team tried to run cover for the Biden regime, seemingly conceding there might have been leak while denying any suggestion of a leak.

“I can tell you this: There were no leaks from here,” press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said. “I can tell you definitively, or at least I’m not aware of any leaks.”

“People may be reading a little bit too much into this,” the insurrectionist press secretary ventured, describing the mysterious spike stock futures as “minor market movements.”

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