FTX CEO Admits Laundering Money for Ukraine Government

The CEO of FTX has admitted that his now-bankrupt cryptocurrency company was laundering money for the Ukraine government.

As Slay News reported over the weekend, FTX was caught laundering tens of billions of dollars through Ukraine and funneling funds back to Democrats in the United States.

FTX founder and CEO Sam Bankman-Fried was reportedly the Democrats’ second largest donor during the midterm elections cycle this year, only coming behind George Soros.

Bankman-Fried gave at least $40 million to Democrat candidates and causes in the midterms.

Now a video has emerged of Bankman-Fried admitting that his company served as a laundromat for the Ukrainian government.

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Calls are now mounting for a full audit and investigation into the U.S. taxpayer money that Democrats sent to Ukraine.

Questions are being raised about how much of the billions in tax dollars flowing into Ukraine was laundered through FTX and pumped back to Democrats and elites in America using cryptocurrency.

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30-year-old Bankman-Fried resigned from FTX on Friday, as the crypto exchange filed for bankruptcy.

FTX imploded after reports emerged that up to $2 billion in client funds had vanished from the company’s books in recent weeks.

According to Coin Telegraph, the disgraced former CEO is holed up at the Albany Tower in the Bahamas alongside FTX co-founder Gary Wang and the company’s director of engineering Nishad Singh.

The report adds that Bankman-Fried is planning to escape to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, a country with no extradition treaties, as the walls close in around him.

Meanwhile, all of the money has gone, FTX has imploded and filed for bankruptcy, and Bankman-Fried is on the run from authorities.

READ MORE: Links Emerge Between FTX and WEF, Top Democrats, Ukraine, Biden Admin

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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