'A question worth asking': Elon Musk weighs in on money laundering allegations against FTX

"Was FTX being used to launder money for the democratic party? WEF sponsored FTX on their website, which has now been removed." Elon Musk replied, "A question worth asking."

Joshua Young North Carolina

More questions are being raised about the relationship between the collapsing cryptocurrency company FTX, its former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried and fellow executives, and the Democrat party, questions that Twitter owner Elon Musk believes are worth investigating.

Twitter user Tara Bull, who specializes in cryptocurrency, posted "Was FTX being used to launder money for the democratic party? WEF sponsored FTX on their website, which has now been removed." Elon Musk replied, "A question worth asking."

The WEF is the World Economic Forum, a globalist organization built on vague values centered around equity while a series of higher-ups, such as Klaus Schwab, determine what equality of outcome should look like for the global citizenry. Steven Bannon has called the Democrats and the Biden regime the "American arm" of the WEF apparatus. 

Writing for the New York Post, Miranda Devine SAID, "The sinister neo-socialists at the World Economic Forum (WEF) loved SBF so much, they made FTX a 'corporate partner' — but that page on the WEF website has vanished in the last 48 hours, leaving an error message." 

On the same day, Elon Musk tweeted, "SBF was a major Dem donor, so no investigation".

SBF is Sam Bankman-Fried, the second biggest Democrat donor right after George Soros. Bankman-Fried made donations to the Dems that totaled $39.8 million, putting him just behind George Soros and his $128 million in donations for the 2021-22 cycle. Bankman-Fried became a significant donor to Biden starting in 2020 with $10 million in support. 

He's now the largest financial contributor to the Protect Our Future PAC, "the political action committee which endorsed Democratic candidates such as Peter Welch, who this week won his bid to become Vermont’s next senator, and Robert J. Menendez of New Jersey, who secured a House seat." 

SBF also gave significant contributions to Guarding Against Pandemics, the Democratic National Committee, and other groups pouring money into groups to advance Democrat nominees in both the Senate and House. He also supported Kirsten Gillibrand, a very pro-crypto Democrat who also happens to be sponsoring a bill that would keep the Securities and Exchange Commission out of the crypto market.

Writing for the New York Post, Miranda Devine noted, "SBF, saw his business file for bankruptcy days after the election, but not before pumping $40 million into the Democratic Party to spend on 'get-out-the-vote' and other shadowy ballot-harvesting mechanics for the midterms."

SBF's mother, Stanford law professor Barbara Fried, runs Mind the Gap, another left-wing PAC that raised $140 million for Democrats.

Devine also reports on how SBF adhered to the doctrine of "Effective Altruism." This movement originated out of Oxford and is a red herring for the form of socialism that overtook elite plutocrats and technocrats pledged to leftist causes who found fertile soil for wealth in the tech sector. A Nas Daly video promoted SBF and said about him, "Sam is not a traditional billionaire because he believes in the concept of 'earn to give'," which means over the "Next decade he will probably give away more than $10 million" and "He wants to get rich in order to impact the world and change it."

SBF also visited the White House on April 22 and May 12 and met with Biden adviser Steve Ricchetti and had been lobbying for loose regulation on the crypto markets.

Details recently emerged that FTX had partnered with Ukraine to process donations to their war efforts within days of Joe Biden pledging billions of American taxpayer dollars to the country. 

An article from the cryptocurrency news website Coindesk from March 15, 2022, reports that Ukraine partnered with FTX and "FTX is converting crypto contributions to Ukraine’s war effort into fiat for deposit at the National Bank of Ukraine." Fiat is the legal tender or paper money of a particular country. FTX partnered with Ukraine.

Putin invaded on February 24, and by March, the Biden administration had already sent a total of $2 billion to Ukraine for security assistance. On March 16, two days after the Ukraine-FTX partnership, Biden gave another $800 million to Ukraine. As of November, the US has sent over $60 billion to Ukraine. 

SBF along with two others associated with the company, the director of engineering Nishad Singh and co-founder Gary Wang, are "under supervision" in the Bahamas after the trio reportedly were planning on fleeing to Dubai. 

FTX's implosion followed revelations "that co-founder Sam Bankman-Fried had been funneling money to a sister trading company run by his girlfriend." That company, Alameda Research, is run by Bankman-Fried's girlfriend, Caroline Ellison, and is also based in the Bahamas.

FTX lost roughly 2 billion of customer funds and the money "vanished" causing federal regulators to look into the company. The investigation is to determine the extent of harm to clients and what laws FTX may have broken.


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