SBF Looked Down The Entire Interview, Here’s Why…• December 1, 2022 8:06 am • Comments
Disgraced founder FTX finally broke his silence and attended the New York Times DealBook Summit.
Early in the interview, SBF told the New York Times reporter, he had never committed fraud.
He would then later apologize and say he messed up to 12 times.
If you missed the SBF interview, don't worry.
He has proven that he's willing to lie about the fraud he committed so you can't trust anything he says.
Perfect example: Nov 7th deleted tweet claiming "FTX has enough to cover all client holdings. We don't invest client assets." pic.twitter.com/7yMRmbxMtl
— Luke Martin (@VentureCoinist) November 30, 2022
BREAKING: SBF denies fraud.
Counterpoint, SBF is also a lying piece of sh*t.
First 2 mins of interview below. pic.twitter.com/ARXr6r4IdX
— Q-Cap (@qcapital2020) November 30, 2022
SBF looked extremely nervous while being interviewed and almost looked completely down the entire time.
The only time he looked up was when he took a big gulp of La Croix.
— Dallas Rushing (@dallasirushing) November 30, 2022
The reason why he looked down was one of two reasons.
The first reason is he was in complete and utter shame the other reason was to gain compassion from the general population.
Humans have compassion for weak and wounded animals in nature.
Think of it, a strong healthy deer with strong antlers gets gunned down and put on the dinner table, and the weak wounded rabbit gets spared and even nursed back to health sometimes.
There was no way SBF was going to talk to teh press if he was going to face actual charges, his dad is too good of an attorney to allow his son to talk to the press if charges were on their way.
SBF Interview Was Calculated For The General public To Gain Sympathy For Him. Why else Would His dad Who is A Lawyer Allow Him To Talk To The Press? SBF Looked Weak And Scared Which Naturally Makes Humans Have Compassion. https://t.co/wqxYL9JrzP
— The Triune Times (@TriuneTimes) December 1, 2022
CoinTelegraph dropped these details:
FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried apologized or admitted failure at least 12 times during his appearance at the New York Times’ DealBook Summit on Nov. 30.
In a wide-ranging video interview, Bankman-Fried was asked to answer a number of questions surrounding the downfall of the now-defunct exchange, with some even suggesting that some of his statements could be used to incriminate him in legal proceedings.
In a Nov. 30 Twitter post, crypto attorney Jeremy Hogan, partner at Hogan & Hogan, said that the “light cross-examination” of Bankman-Fried at the DealBook Summit has already returned “at least 3 incriminating statements so far.”
Alan Rosca from the law firm Rosca Scarlato said it was “pretty astonishing that he’s in effect testifying at the DealBook summit. Hard to think of a precedent for this.”
Bankman-Fried’s first concession came while greeting interviewer Andrew Sorkin, when he said in reference to the collapse of FTX.
SBF with the signature move
When in doubt, shake that fraud out pic.twitter.com/tvoHLcZcue
— Not Jim Cramer (@cramercoin) December 1, 2022
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