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FTX Collapse: Bankman-Fried Agrees To Testify, But Is It All Part Of The Plan?


Let me ask everyone a question:

If you lost your $16 billion fortune and were down to your last $1oo,000, destroyed a company, lost $10 billion in client funds, and are now facing investigation and an international scandal, would you look like the man in the video below?

Would you be incredibly calm, self-controlled, and making the rounds through numerous high-profile media appearances?

Would you look like you definitely had it together?

Because I, for one, would not…I would be a nervous wreck and I certainly wouldn’t be anywhere near a camera or the media…

Which leads me to ask: why is Sam Bankman-Fried so calm while being at the center of the financial scandal of the decade?

Is Bankman-Fried an agent of the state? Because from where I’m standing it certainly appears to be that way. He still has not been arrested, subpoenaed, or indicted.

In fact, the mainstream media has essentially hosted a speaking tour for him and he doesn’t even seem afraid or the least bit concerned that all of this is happening.

The former FTX C.E.O. has agreed to testify before Congress on December 13th, but is all of this simply part of some plan or cleverly designed political theater?

Do the folks in Biden’s administration and the deep state bureaucrats really plan on fully investigating and charging SBF? Or will a two year ‘DOJ investigation’ yield no findings of wrongdoing?

The American public wants answers:

The Epoch Times reports:

This week, House Financial Services Committee Chair Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) wrote that a subpoena for Bankman-Fried to testify next week “is definitely on the table.”

A subpoena has not yet been issued, and Waters indicated that he was “requested to testify” on Dec. 13 instead.

“I still do not have access to much of my data — professional or personal. So there is a limit to what I will be able to say, and I won’t be as helpful as I’d like.

But as the committee still thinks it would be useful, I am willing to testify on the 13th,” he wrote in response to a Waters post on Twitter.


CNBC previously reported that Maxine Waters had no plans to subpoena Sam Bankman-Fried; however, following negative PR, she indicated that a subpoena is not off the table. Again, is this all political theater? CNBC wrote this on December 7th:

House Financial Services Committee Chair Maxine Waters told the panel’s Democrats she doesn’t plan to subpoena former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried to testify at a Dec. 13 hearing about the crypto exchange’s rapid demise, according to people with direct knowledge of the conversation.

Waters said she wants committee staff to try to persuade Bankman-Fried to voluntarily testify, those with knowledge of the meeting said. As of late Wednesday, Bankman-Fried has yet to agree to testify before the House committee, two of the people said.


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