BOMBSHELL: FTX Balance Sheet Contained Investment Called “TRUMPLOSE”

by J Pelkey
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The collapse of FTX is one of the biggest financial scandals in the 21st century.

As reported by multiple outlets, “tens of billions of dollars going to Ukraine were actually laundered back to the US to corrupt Democrats and elites using FTX cryptocurrency.”

Now the Financial Times has been able to obtain a balance sheet of FTX and its contents are absolutely dark.

The balance sheet revealed FTX had only “$900mn of assets it could easily sell, despite having $9bn of liabilities.”

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One of the most shocking revelations is that the balance sheet listed a $7 million dollar asset called “TRUMPLOSE”.

CEO of Citadel, Ken Griffin, has also taken a look at the FTX’s balance sheet and pointed out Sam Bankman-Fried’s “TRUMPLOSE” investment coupled with being the second largest Democrat donor was “ugly”.


The Financial Times report called the TRUMPLOSE holding “obscure” and also noticed FTX had no bitcoin assets despite having Bitcoin liabilities of $1.4bn.

The fake news media is ignoring these details:

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