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It’s Not The Dems Only – FTX Founder Sam Bankman-Fried Donated To These Republican Senators

FTX filed for bankruptcy last week, days after CoinDesk reported a balance sheet belonging to Alameda held a large amount of FTX’s own FTT token, raising questions about the amount of real money on either company’s books.

The early days of the bankruptcy filing were chaotic. FTX US, which said it wouldn’t suspend withdrawals, temporarily did. The parent exchange was hacked on Friday night. And the Securities Commission of the Bahamas said over the weekend that it hadn’t ordered FTX to allow local users to withdraw funds, contradicting the reason FTX gave for re-enabling withdrawals in the country days after suspending all withdrawals.

Numerous federal and state regulators are currently investigating FTX.

But his political donations are really complicated!

In December 2021 FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried and five other cryptocurrency exchange executives testified before The House Financial Services Committee.

Sam Bankman-Fried and five other cryptocurrency exchange executives testified before The House Financial Services Committee which is chaired by Maxine Waters.

While Bankman-Fried was leaving the hearing Maxine Waters blew a kiss to the mega-Democrat donor.

Video below:

This smells like on big setup!
These are the people responsible for the hearing:

As most are well aware by now, the disgraced founder of FTX Sam Bankman-Fried was the Democrat party’s second-largest donor just behind George Soros.

In the 2020 presidential election, Bankman-Fried dished millions to the Biden campaign and followed it up by handing out over $40 million dollars to democrats in the 2022 primaries and midterms.

Forbes reported last year that Bankman-Fried also donated to six RINOs who voted to impeach President Trump.

Since July, Bankman-Fried has made $5,800 contributions, the maximum individuals can give directly to Congressional campaigns, to the committees of Bill Cassidy (R-La.), Susan Collins (R-Maine), Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), Ben Sasse (R-Neb.), Mitt Romney (R-Utah) and Richard Burr, the North Carolina Republican who announced plans to retire at the end of his term in 2023.

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Mark Van der Veen

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Richard
Richard
1 year ago

Those weren’t Republicans. Those were RINOs. Every one of them.

Just Me
Just Me
1 year ago

It’s a big club that we aren’t part of……

Flannigan McGaffigan
Flannigan McGaffigan
1 year ago

So, Bankman-Fried basically donates only to Democrats.

JDP
JDP
1 year ago

Put them all in jail for out right theft of our tax dollar, No deals and you wanted to know how they became millionaires on a congressional salary they stooled?

JDP
JDP
1 year ago

And in gov’t[ the buck stops here]! create a war [Ukraine] establish emergency war requirements under aid Military/Economic requirements to help. Then go to the country being helped and set up the laundering percent’s and kick backs to the party sending the loot. Use the loot for political campaign against your opponent. need more money just yell, remember the BIG GUY GETS 10 PCT.