Claire McCaskill is upset by all the commercials that make the accusation that her husband has raked in $131 million in federal subsidies during her two terms as a US Senator. She calls the claims false. But she doesn’t say what she takes issue with. Is it the fact that her husband’s company didn’t receive those subsidies? They have. That’s a matter of public record. Is it because the  Kansas City Star’s reporting that her husband’s salary has increased exponentially during those subsidy payments? That’s in her own report that she has turned in as a requirement to members of Congress.

So, if everything is correct, why is she mad? Maybe a story my mother once told me is the answer. A woman told a policeman that a nearby man was bothering her. The policeman said the man wasn’t even noticing her. The woman replied that she knew that and that was what was bothering her. In Mccaskill’s case, she is bothered because people are noticing.

From The Gateway Pundit

Kansas City Star: “Businesses Linked To McCaskill’s Husband Get $131 Million In Federal Dollars” (Kelsey Ryan And Lindsay Wise, “Businesses Linked To McCaskill’s Husband Get $131 Million In Federal Dollars,” Kansas City Star, 7/24/18)

During McCaskill’s Senate Tenure, Businesses Tied To Her Husband Have Received More Than $131 Million In Federal Subsidies. “Businesses tied to U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill’s husband have been awarded more than $131 million in federal subsidies since the Missouri Democrat took office in 2007, an analysis by The Kansas City Star found.” (Kelsey Ryan And Lindsay Wise, “Businesses Linked To McCaskill’s Husband Get $131 Million In Federal Dollars,” Kansas City Star, 7/24/18)

Kansas City Star: “Joseph Shepard’s Personal Income From His Investments In Those Businesses Has Grown Exponentially During His Wife’s Two Terms In The Senate.” (Kelsey Ryan And Lindsay Wise, “Businesses Linked To McCaskill’s Husband Get $131 Million In Federal Dollars,” Kansas City Star, 7/24/18)

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