Bourdeaux’s Big Bucks: Democrat Nominee Has Made Millions from Taxpayers
Worked for Government Her Entire Career but Net Worth Over $3.1 Million
Carolyn Bourdeaux’s online resume from Georgia State University showcases her career working for liberal Democrats like Jim Olin (D-VA) Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) and highlights her experience as an ivory tower college professor, but it does not offer any clues on how she collected assets worth between $3,131,075 and $7,490,000.
In a required filing with the House of Representatives, Carolyn Bourdeaux listed 82 checking accounts, brokerage accounts and equities worth millions. Bourdeaux also reported having zero debt, not even a mortgage on her $738,300 home in Suwanee or her second home in North Carolina. Despite this accumulation of assets, Carolyn Bourdeaux claims she’s not wealthy.
“For 22 years Carolyn Bourdeaux has been employed by a state government or the federal government. For 22 years Carolyn Bourdeaux has been paid by the taxpayer, yet somehow, she’s worth more than $3.1 million,” said McCormick Campaign Manager, Al Chaul. “Apparently, Carolyn Bourdeaux has listened to a little too much Pink Floyd while on campus because she took ‘grab that cash with both hands and make a stash’ literally,” added Chaul.