This George Soros understudy makes Hunter Biden’s dirty deals look like child’s play

Democrat Party politicians and the global elites have long been accused of harboring dark secrets.

But now a bombshell report is detailing one of the most stunning political scandals of the century that could be their darkest yet. 

And this George Soros understudy is making Hunter Biden’s dirty deals look like child’s play.

The fact that “Where does Sam Bankman-Fried live?” is one of the most popular search terms associated with his name has to be making the failed FTX exchange founder more than a little nervous. 

According to Forbes magazine, Bankman-Fried was worth $17.2 billion before his house of cards collapsed. 

A “modern J.P. Morgan”

“It’s a stunning fall from grace for Bankman-Fried, who had been heralded as a modern J.P. Morgan for swooping in to save troubled crypto firms before his own firm blew up,” Forbes reported. 

More than a million people may have lost everything they had stashed in the FTX exchange—and the numbers are mind boggling. 

“The company is short $8 billion. And there’s only two conceivable categories of explanation for what happened to that $8 billion,” Attorney Charlie Gerstein explained during an NPR interview. “The first is they traded it in speculative investments and lost it. In other words, it’s gone. Or they stole it.”

An impending court case to begin sorting out the mess has to have some of the highest profile politicians in the United States sweating bullets. 

From the looks of things, Bankman-Fried may well have served as a critical link in what may amount to the largest scale money laundering scheme ever. 

Following the FTX collapse, the organization has come under scrutiny revealing a scandalous connection between Bankman-Fried, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, and Joe Biden’s political party. 

Report raises questions about possible Deep State money laundering operation for Ukraine war & Democrat campaigns

According to Coindesk, a cryptocurrency news website, Ukraine just happened to “partner” with FTX to process crypto contributions to Ukraine’s war effort. 

“FTX is converting crypto contributions to Ukraine’s war effort into fiat for deposit at the National Bank of Ukraine,” Coindesk reported on March 15, 2022.

Based on the international fervor and popularity of crypto currency at the time, that had to be a massive influx of funds. 

At the same time Joe Biden and his Democrat controlled Congress were pumping vast amounts of American taxpayer dollars into Ukraine. 

Those two circumstances wouldn’t raise eyebrows on their own if it weren’t for the fact that the MIT grad—who reportedly only got into crypto currency in 2017—suddenly became a high-rolling donor for democrats. 

In fact, in the months leading up to the Midterm elections, Bankman-Fried became the second biggest Democrat donor right behind George Soros himself. 

Now one of many unanswered questions conservatives are trying to figure out how involved Ukraine’s government was in its role as a “partner” with FTX—and whether a huge chunk of the $39 million Bankman-Fries donated to Democrats came courtesy of Zelenskyy. 

One thing is certain, the FTX founder has no problem moving money in unethical—and more than likely illegal—ways. 

Even as Bankman-Fried is on his way to bankruptcy court, details are coming out about how there was a “back door” programmed into the crypto platform he used to move a reported $10 billion to his girlfriend’s company. 

The question now is exactly how many more secret “doors” FTX contains—and how they’ve been used. 

One thing that is almost certain however, is what this scandal likely leads to isn’t good for anyone.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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