Democrat Rep. Maxine Waters Praises FTX Founder In New Tweet

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Representative Maxine Waters has nothing but nice things to say about disgraced FTX owner Sam Bankman-Fried who is responsible for millions of people losing their crypto investments overnight.

In a recent tweet, Waters was quoted saying “SBF we appreciate that you’ve been candid in your discussions about what happened at #FTX. Your willingness to talk to the public will help the company’s customers, investors, and others.”

She would continue “We would welcome your participation in our hearing on the 13th.”

It sounds as if Waters is inviting SBF to a casual dinner party and not a House Financial Services Committee Hearing.

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Read her tweet here:

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Previously The Gateway Pundit reported Maxine Waters blew a kiss toward SBF after a cryptocurrency exchange hearing last year.

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It’s very clear SBF will not face any tough questions in the upcoming House Financial Services Committee Hearing but rather be giving softball questions.

In his most recent interview with the New York Times SBF nervously claimed he committed no fraud whatsoever, but invetsiors who have lost millions disagree SBF is acting in a “candid” manner.

Following his big New York Times interview he would proceed to participate in Twiiter space where he confessed he never used clients funds to buy Bitcoin but rather used the funds elsewhere.

Former FTX CEO – Sam Bankman-Fried – Admits FTX Didn’t Buy Bitcoin for Clients – Just Took Their Money (VIDEO)

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