Amidst all the stress, I'm excited to share a new article available early access: "Michael Milken's Spreadsheets: Computation and Charisma in Finance in the Go-Go '80s," forthcoming in IEEE Annals of the History of Computing: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9051785 … DM me for a copy...
The corona virus was of the GOP domain since December 2019 and all of them got the NYSE Iinsider's info to dump their stock making a fortune, these genocide criminals Richard Burr, Kelly Loeffler, other senators sold stock before the economy tanked, Michael Milken case again?
Michael Milken here we go again in a larger insider trading knowledge stock sale dumping by GOP politicians that should resign and be jailed as they are criminals by not sharing #COVIDー19 DC insider news as early as December 2019, criminal GOP enterprise
Replying to @Ishak_Philly
That's what wealth does to some, prime example of that is disgraced Wall Street Big Shot Michael Milken, worth 3.7 billion, it's commonly called "Sanitizing ones self" where you attempt to change your public image, it's a very common practice. #Boxing
President Trump has been ahead of the curve on Coronavirus since day one Pelosi on the other hand was more focused on impeachment & partisan theatrics Trump gave a speech on protecting America from this and she tore it up Ask yourself—why is that? 🤔
@vp @jdp021189 @HarrietNix @realDonaldTrump @seanhannity @Michael_Milken This shows her lack of support to fight the Coronavirus and the Laws of Our Country. She should be suspended until an investigation of her insider trading can be concluded.
Trump was so distracted by impeachment, which ended on February 5th, that he pardoned or commuted the sentences of seven white collar criminals, including Bernie Kerik, Rod Blagojevich, Michael Milken, David Safavian, and Paul Pogue on February 18th. https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trump-pardons-former-san-francisco-49ers-owner-edward-debartolo/2020/02/18/e47f9ed6-526a-11ea-9e47-59804be1dcfb_story.html …
In real life: Michael Milken, Jeff Skilling, Ken Lay and Ivan Boesky, Bernard Ebbers. In the fictional world: Gordon Gekko and Bobby Axelrod. These are avatars of financial greed and misdeeds. They ALL pale in comparison to @SenatorLoeffler
“I kind of figured something was up about 10 seconds before Mr. (Michael) Milken went onto the stage, and then everything just became surreal at that moment,” said Claire Reintgen Smullen ’08, a 2019 recipient of a $25,000 Milken Educator Award.