Politico tips us off:
ALL IN THE FAMILY — On the same day that Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) dumped stock ahead of a virus-related market crash, so did his brother-in-law. Gerald Fauth — Burr’s brother-in-law and a Trump appointee — sold between $97,000 and $280,000 in stock in mid-February, reports ProPublica. And some of those companies have been hit hard by the crisis. At the time, Burr was receiving classified briefings about the coronavirus threat, but the market had yet to take a sharp downturn.
Burr, chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, is now under federal investigation for whether he used his access to highly classified information to make stock trades. But Burr has maintained that he only used publicly available news reports to make decisions about selling off stocks. And “a person who picked up Fauth’s phone on Wednesday hung up when asked if Fauth and Burr had discussed the sales in advance,” write Robert Faturechi and Derek Willis. Their latest scoop: ProPublica.
At this point, I’m not sure we need a list, maybe just a roster of the 4th Reich.