FTX COLLUSION PROVEN? Here’s A List Of Speakers Set To Appear At The New York Times Event• November 24, 2022 10:44 am • Comments
Sam Bankman-Fried and a whole host of speakers are set to appear at an upcoming New York Times event…
Others speculated as to whether Bankman-Fried would actually be arrested if he attempted to enter the U.S. for the event on November 30th.
Volodymyr Zelensky, Janet Yellen, Larry Fink, Mark Zuckerberg, Mike Pence, and the Mayor of New York City, Eric Adams are also set to appear alongside SBF…
This event will do little to quell emerging details on potential collusion between the Democratic Party of America, Ukraine, and the now-defunct FTX group.
Here’s what we currently know:
Here are the rest of the speakers that will be at the event pic.twitter.com/IZK3qQYRTZ
— Nancy Pelosi Stock Tracker ♟ (@PelosiTracker_) November 23, 2022
— SBF (@SBF_FTX) November 23, 2022
Zero Hedge writes:
It’s not just us: with much of the entire world demanding to know how this corpulent 30-year-old still has not been thrown in prison, or at least charged with a variety of crimes, the NYT just confirmed to the entire world what a farce the one-time paper of record has become, and how it is willing to whore itself out for clicks – not to mention prominent Democrat donors – because moments after SBF tweeted that he will be speaking with Andrew Ross-Sorkin moderated NYT “summit” on Nov 30..
Make some big political donations and this is how the New York Times articles turn out:
“SBF was a selfless soul bent on doing the most good possible. Unfortunately a couple bad investments stifled his mission.”
— Danny Baldus-Strauss (@BackpackerFI) November 15, 2022
Wait…I see TikTok CEO on there. Though we were being warned by US officials about security dangers. I believe the exact words were “TikTok is a serious threat”. pic.twitter.com/3EgF3GhM7k
— The Sen10eL (@s3n10el) November 24, 2022
According to CNBC, Bankman-Fried told employees in an open letter:
I didn’t mean for any of this to happen, and I would give anything to be able to go back and do things over again. You were my family.
I’ve lost that, and our old home is an empty warehouse of monitors. When I turn around, there’s no one left to talk to. I disappointed all of you, and when things broke down I failed to communicate. I froze up in the face of pressure and leaks and the Binance LOI and said nothing.
I lost track of the most important things in the commotion of company growth. I care deeply about you all, and you were my family, and I’m sorry.
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