by Joe Hoft, The Gateway Pundit:
The FTX scandal grows larger by the day.
Gary Gensler is the current SEC Chairman under the Biden regime.
Gensler was Hillary Clinton’s Campaign CFO and funded the notorious Trump-Russia lie.
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Caroline is the famous girlfriend of FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried.
FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried was given favorable treatment from Gary Gensler. It was Gensler who not only failed to spot the FTX crime — he appeared set to go along with a legislative strategy that would have given SBF a regulatory moat and made him king of the U.S. crypto market.
Joe Hoft at The Gateway Pundit previously wrote about Gary Gensler and his career of questionable conduct.
Gary Gensler, Biden’s current Head of the SEC, in 2015 and 2016 was running Hillary’s campaign finances at the same time millions moved from her campaign to entities with the sole purpose of making up a Russia collusion story that eventually led to spying on candidate and then President Trump.
When Hillary Clinton was putting together her 2016 Presidential campaign, she brought in Gary Gensler as her Chief Financial Officer. CNN reported in April 2015:
Hillary Clinton’s campaign will add to its top ranks a man who’s known for being tough on Wall Street.
Gary Gensler, the former chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, will serve as the Clinton campaign’s chief financial officer, Bloomberg reported.
Gensler would bring a wealth of knowledge about the financial industry, as well as the federal agencies that regulate it, to the newly launched campaign.
He was chairman of the CFTC, the government agency that oversees the derivatives markets, from 2009 to 2014. He previously served in senior Treasury Department roles under President Bill Clinton, and prior to joining the Clinton administration worked at Goldman Sachs for almost 20 years.
By early January of 2016, things had worn off and Hillary had some competition. Those supporting her only competitor, socialist Bernie Sanders, were not happy with Gensler, the former Goldman Sachs guy. The Intercept wrote at that time: