Dirty Mitch Was on the Take… McConnell Received $2.5 Million from Crypto Laundromat FTX

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Earlier this year it was said that Senator Mitch McConnell was behind escalating stories of a feud between Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, according to Donald Trump’s advisers.

Shortly after that report came out, McConnell sided with Democrats and called the riot on January 6th a ‘violent insurrection.’

‘Let me give him my view of what happened January the 6th, and we all were here. We saw what happened. It was a violent insurrection for the purpose of trying to prevent the peaceful transfer of power after a legitimately certified election,’ McConnell answered a reporter who asked about the topic.

McConnell also donated to Liz Cheney’s reelection campaign. The man basically set up a war with Trump.

Now it’s being reported that McConnell received money from the FTX cryptocurrency exchange.

“The CEO of now-bankrupt FTX admitted that FTX was nothing more than a laundromat for the Ukrainian government,” according to the Gateway Pundit.

TGP reported earlier that the now-bankrupt FTX was transferring money to Ukraine and then laundering money back from Ukraine to the Democrat party.

FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried donated $38 million to Democrats this year.

Mitch McConnell took funding from FTX for his Senate Leadership Fund.

FTX donated $2.5 million to the Republican Senate Leadership Fund.

Of course, McConnell lost us the Senate.

The transaction is listed on the “Open Secrets” campaign money-tracking website.

“Mitch McConnell was paid handsomely for his lack of leadership,” Jim Hoft of GWP says.

“Wouldn’t you know Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell would have his hands in the massive cookie jar in Ukraine and the FTX debacle. Of course he is. It seems more and more that the only person who wasn’t on the take was Donald Trump, which may be why they worked so hard to get rid of him,” says J.D. Rucker of Liberty Daily.

Documents show McConnell’s Senate Leadership Fund received $2,500,000 from someone at FTX, the crypto company that fell in disgrace last week.

The money goes from taxpayers, is sent as “aid” to Ukraine, which gives a good chunk of the laundered money to FTX, which contributes to the Uniparty Swamp. This prompts the Uniparty Swamp to repeat the process, and as we’ve seen over the past several months, it’s working wonders. Corporate media barely reports on all the money getting laundered there on a weekly basis. No Democrats and very few Republican politicians bring up the issue. Nearly everyone is on the take.

RINO McConnell was fighting for his political life and it was embarrassing to watch him grasp to keep ahold of the power he has misused for so long. McConnell supported one of the ten high-profile House members who sided with the radical left and voted to impeach their own Republican president in 2020, for highly partisan reasons.

McConnell’s proxy battle against Trump became very clear after a media report exposed that he gave money to a House candidate who voted to impeach Trump.

“Now we can confirm that Mitch McConnell is a broken down RINO, along with George Bush they both donated to Liz Cheney’s re-election, Bush donated the legal max amount to Cheney! Looks like McConnell thinks that Cheney may lose her seat to Harriet Hageman,” one political watcher wrote in response to the news on Twitter.

According to Axios, the Kentucky Republican donated to the reelection campaign of Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming, who was underwater against Trump-backed GOP primary challenger and attorney Harriet Hageman who went on to win on November 8.

Breitbart added a stinger to the announcement: “Cheney, who is no longer recognized as a Republican by the Wyoming GOP, has received a campaign contribution from the Senate GOP leader, McConnell told Axios. When asked if he will hold a fundraiser or other campaign event with Cheney, McConnell redirected the conversation back to his lane of Senate business.”

Ironically, the Republican leader of the House, Kevin McCarthy endorsed America First candidate Hageman.

President Trump has been instrumental in organizing opposition against the RINO faction of the GOP, encouraging his supporters on which candidates to support in their local races, and those endorsements are not always popular with the GOP or with powerful lawmakers like long-time RINO McConnell.

McConnell has been under fire for about as long as he has been in DC for being a soft touch against the avalanche of woke leftism that has permeated Washington DC, but he always attempted to keep up a slight appearance that he was “conservative”, until his move with another RINO, that being Cheney.

As a result of the censures for Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger’s efforts to investigate the Capitol riot on Tuesday, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell became the highest-ranking member of the GOP to defect from the Republican National Committee’s position.

When RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said that the January 6 riot at the Capital had been ‘legitimate political discourse,’ she also rebuked Cheney & Rep. Adam Kinzinger for working with the socialist Democrats against Trump.

During a press conference, McConnell said he still had confidence in McDaniel as the party’s leader, but he suggested her organization overstepped its authority in rebuking two sitting members of Congress.

He also called the riot a ‘violent insurrection’ which set off a firestorm in the GOP>

The RNC’s place isn’t to ‘single out’ non-conforming members, as McConnell said without naming Cheney or Kinzinger. RINO McConnell was surely just afraid to be called out himself.


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