Saturday, March 2, 2024

Dems Pin 2022 Fundraising Hopes on Couch-Crashing Slob

'We’ve never seen something like this on this scale... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) In desperation to save their faltering party from a potentially disastrous 2022 midterm, the Democrats have turned to Sam Bankman-Fried, a 30-year-old cryptocurrency billionaire who is known for his slothful ways.

Bankman-Fried is famous for walking around in wrinkled t-shirts, living with 10 roomates, and using his parents’ Netflix account, Politico reported.

He also gave $10 million to President Joe Biden’s 2020 campaign. The crypto investor has also floated the idea of spending $100 million to $1 billion in the 2024 election cycle.

According to Bradley Beychok, co-founder of American Bridge 21st Century, a Democrat super PAC, Bankman-Fried could reform the political landscape of the Democrat party.

“We’ve never seen something like this on this scale,” he said.

“On our side, there’s a small pool of people who write these kinds of checks and they tend to be the same folks. But Sam, to his credit, came right in with a big splash.”

Beychok also contended that Bankman-Fried “could make a big difference for Democratic candidates — if he wants.”

Unfortunately for Democrats, the young billionaire has bizarre political interests, and he has ended up donating more money to Democrats in primary elections than in general elections.

His rhetoric is also steeped in demands for bipartisan cooperation — something that the far Left does not want to hear.

“There have been a lot of times when I have been a bigger supporter of Democratic candidates than Republican candidates. That’s not — that’s not an immovable fact about the world,” Bankman-Fried told Politico.

“I am legitimately worried about doing things that will make people view me as partisan when it’s not how I feel … because I think it both misses what I’m trying to do and makes it harder for me to act constructively.”

“My loyalty isn’t to a word, and it’s not to a party,” he concluded.

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