They’re coming for you next: Continuing what increasingly appears to be its bank policy, JP Morgan Chase bank suddenly and without warning or reason recently canceled the bank accounts of several doctors, their families, and their employees, apparently because these doctors don’t abide by the lockdown policies and medical health advice of our government.
JPMorgan Chase is back to debanking. Once again, it’s not providing any explanations. And once again it’s targeting people who dare to question the Left Government/Woke Business conspiracy against liberty. At about the same time, it appears, Chase debanked, without warning, Drs. Syed Haider and Joseph Mercola. Wait, no. Not just them, but also Dr. Mercola’s employees – and his and their families. All without explanation.
These debankings don’t come without context. You may recall that last fall Chase debanked Senator, Ambassador and Governor (so, you know, pretty well respected) Brownback’s religious liberty organization, after having debanked General Flynn and a series of other conservatives. Chase got called on the Brownback debanking and first stonewalled and then lied, a half dozen times, about the reasons for the debanking, and then went back to stonewalling.
That’s relevant again because, whaddya know, the debanked doctors turn out to be conservatives, too – or at least they’re sufficiently opposed to the woke big government/big business monolith that they were willing to question the efficacy of the lockdown regime.
It really doesn’t matter whether you agree or note with the positions of these doctors or politicians. What matters is that in America by law they have the right to express their opinions, and no bank should make them a non-person simply because it disagrees with them.
In Great Britain bank managements have been leading the charge in this political debanking, though it also appears it is beginning to cost some of them their jobs.
Coutts Bank of Britain recently debanked Nigel Farage, who championed Brexit. All of the other banks of England followed along. But then it was discovered that the debanking had been political. So the British government is investigating, and the head of NatWest, which owns Coutts, has been, as they say, sacked.
In the U.S. however there does not appear to be any pushback against this debanking within financial or political circles. Thus, be warned if you are a customer of Chase. If you express opinions its management doesn’t like you might discover your accounts canceled suddenly and without warning. For all we know, Chase might even follow in the footsteps of Paypal and “fine” you for those opinions, confiscating your money even as it cancels your accounts.
The wise thing to do is no longer use Chase. Get your money out. Cancel it, before it cancels you. There are plenty of other banks in America gladly willing to take new customers. And 1792 Exchange’s corporate bias ratings will help you find the right bank, where freedom and free speech is celebrated, not oppressed.
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