Democrat mega-donor Sam Bankman Fried is under federal investigation after his crypto exchange company FTX went bankrupt. He is accused of mishandling customer funds, leaving Democrats attempting to distance themselves from the fallout right after taking his vast contributions to their campaigns just weeks before.
But that’s just where the corruption begins. It turns out that Ukraine is one of FTX’s customers. Cryptocurrencies are not known for being stable investments, so why would Ukraine take money from the US and invest in FTX?
An alarming cycle took place; the US gave funding to Ukraine for their war with Russia, it invested in FTX, and FTX then turned and donated the money back to the Democrat party, PACS, and candidates.


Bankman Fried is the second largest donor to the Democrat party, coming in behind Soros. He used his money to infuse $38 million into Democrat causes during the 2022 election cycle. His donations focused primarily on green energy initiatives and electing Democrat candidates like Senator-elect John Fetterman in Pennsylvania. Fetterman was projected to lose his race against Dr. Oz following his underwhelming performance on the debate stage, where he struggled to form coherent sentences.

Jesse Watters called the situation the biggest financial fraud case in US history. He said 2 billion dollars have gone missing, leaving FTX bankrupt. Watters said Bankman Fried’s funds helped prevent a red wave during the midterm. Bankman Fried also had closed-door meetings with Biden and his staff. He was at the White House in the Spring, around the time the US was sending billions of dollars to Ukraine.

“This is bigger than Bernie Madoff, but unlike Bernie Madoff, who was getting rich off a Ponzi scheme, the Democratic Party was getting rich off of FTX. FTX came onto the scene in 2019, and it spent $10 million to put Joe Biden in the White House in 2020. And the guy running FTX, the second-biggest Democrat donor in the midterms after Soros, of course, spent $40 million to get Democrats elected.


Watters continued,

“Ukraine was an investor in FTX. You may be asking why is a country in the middle of a war investing in crypto? Shouldn’t they be buying weapons, or I mean, if they have to invest in anything, doesn’t crypto sound a little risky for Zelenskyy? You wouldn’t want an investment with a solid rate of return and years of stable growth? No. Zelenskyy thought he’d give it to a guy living in a tax haven fresh out of college with funny hair. Well, when Democrats are sending you billions of dollars of weaponry, the least you could do is reward their favorite megadonor.”


“Is this war profiteering? Or money laundering?” Watters asked.

Was the money even Friedman Banks to begin with? Or was it customer money?

Friedman Bank said he would guess he would give “north of 100 million in the next election cycle.” Watters went on to say Friedman Banks’s brother is also involved with the Democrats, “he has a job in Congress, works on the Financial Services Committee, and he works for a Democrat.”

Watters noted the timing of the story breaking right after the election saying, “No one noticed a thing until a week after the Democrats kept the Senate,” Watters concluded.

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