Key Questions Justice’s Personal Financial Disclosure Needs to Answer

Justice Campaign Promised to File Late Personal Financial Disclosure By Saturday

Despite having nearly four months to complete his mandatory Personal Financial Disclosure (PFD), Jim Justice failed to file it by the August 24th deadline. Justice’s campaign promised to file the late PFD by Saturday, September 23rd.  

Here are 3 questions to keep in mind if Justice keeps his word and files his PFD this weekend: 

  1. It has been reported that Justice has hundreds of millions in debt, his creditors are seeking to garnish his wages, and he’s facing a barrage of lawsuits over his business practices – who are the unnamed lenders and financers Justice has referred to in past business dealings and what conflicts of interest do they pose?

  1. Justice has financial ties to Russian company Mechel and the Saudi-backed LIV Golf tournamenthow deep are Justice’s financial ties to enemies of the United States? 

  1. Justice has repeatedly claimed his wealth is tied up in his businesses entities – does his PFD reflect that and will he put his assets in a blind trust? 


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