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Nancy Pelosi Jr.’s Oil Company Employed Russians To Influence Politicians

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Nancy Pelosi’s son Paul Pelosi Jr. was a board member of the energy company Viscoil Holdings and an executive at its related company NRGLab, which did energy business in Ukraine. House speaker Nancy Pelosi appeared with her son Paul in a promotional video which was released by NRGLab in 2013 on the same day the company promoted its new deal in Ukraine.

Now, newly unearthed records show that Viscoil employed Russians to establish “contacts with government officials and key players in the oil and gas industry,” and to cultivate a “network of prominent contacts including politicians, allowing company’s emergence into high-level political arena.”

Viscoil was registered to a Moscow-based Russian named Sergey Sorokin and David Strawn, a business partner of George W. Bush and Jeb Bush’s cousin John Ellis.

A spokesman for Nancy Pelosi has confirmed that Pelosi Jr. was a board member of Viscoil.

Additionally, Pelosi Jr. traveled to Ukraine in 2017 to meet with Ukraine government officials, supposedly to discuss a “youth soccer” initiative.

President Donald Trump has expressed concern about Pelosi Jr.’s business dealings with Viscoil and NRGLab and demanded answers from the Democrat House speaker.

Journalist Patrick Howley, who broke the Pelosi Jr. scandal, appeared on One America News with Chanel Rion to discuss the scoop:

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