Rep. Waters, and the House Committee on Financial Services:
Once I have finished learning and reviewing what happened, I would feel like it was my duty to appear before the committee and explain.
I'm not sure that will happen by the 13th. But when it does, I will testify. https://t.co/c0P8yKlyQt
— SBF (@SBF_FTX) December 4, 2022
Our elected representatives exercise great restraint in communicating their expectations. And still this fraudster insults their authority. What a disgrace. https://t.co/YXaAZLfxrK
— paulgrewal.eth (@iampaulgrewal) December 4, 2022
Hey Maxine Waters, we'd like to be treated nicely by the government the way criminals like SBF are.
Can you let us know how much to write a check for and where to send it?
Feel free to DM if you want to keep this private.
— LBRY 🚀 (@LBRYcom) December 2, 2022
Rep. Waters, we appreciate that you're holding a hearing on the 13th, and we look forward to substantive factfinding about what happened at FTX. I am certain that factfinding will show that @SBF_FTX has not, in fact, been candid in his discussions. He committed fraud, full stop.
— Jake Chervinsky (@jchervinsky) December 2, 2022
Although it’s speculation for now, 👇 makes perfect sense. It also corroborates that @SBF_FTX’s apology tour is 💯 intended to control the narrative, admit criminal negligence and deny specific intent at ALL costs. He’s trying to minimize prison time, nothing else. https://t.co/zCbXynGYN7
— John E Deaton (@JohnEDeaton1) December 4, 2022
I don't care how messy your accounting is (or how rich you are) - you're definitely going to notice if you find an extra $8B to spend.
Even the most gullible person should not believe Sam's claim that this was an accounting error.
— Brian Armstrong (@brian_armstrong) December 3, 2022