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Banksters Attack Protesters’ Actions at the U.S. Capitol

Big Business is No Friend of America First

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The most prominent banks on Wall Street are criticizing the protesters who stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2020 in protest against the election irregularities during the 2020 elections.

“Today’s appalling events in our nation’s capital underscore the urgent need for all Americans to unite behind one of our most cherished principles: the peaceful transfer of power that has happened without interruption since our country’s founding,” Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan declared in a statement.

“We must move forward together peacefully, respectfully, and with a singular, shared focus on our American ideals,” Moynihan added. John Binder of Breitbart News reported that Moynihan has a net worth of $80 million.

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Similarly, Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat, stated that he was “disgusted” with the demonstrators and said the “scenes are very difficult to watch…”

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“I pray this situation can be resolved without further bloodshed,” Corbat remarked.

JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, who has a net worth of $1.4 billion, also had choice words for the protesters 

“I strongly condemn the violence in our nation’s capital. This is not who we are as a people or as a country. We are better than this. Our elected leaders have a responsibility to call for an end to the violence, accept the results, and, as our democracy has for hundreds of years, support the peaceful transition of people,” Dimon said. “Now is the time to come together to strengthen our exceptional union.”

Further, Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon, wrote that “our democracy has built a reservoir of goodwill around the world that brings important benefits for our citizens.”

“Recently, we have squandered that goodwill at an alarming pace, and today’s attack on the U.S. Capitol does further damage,” Solomon added. “It’s time for all Americans to come together and move forward with a peaceful transition of power. We have to begin reinvesting in our democracy and rebuilding the institutions that have made America an exceptional nation.”

Wall Street’s top banks dropped around $74 million to prop up Biden against President Trump. During the presidential transition, Biden has filled his transition team with many veterans of Wall Street and the business community.

The installation of Biden represents a major victory for the woke state, which entails the merger of the managerial state and Big Tech titans. These forces will be working in tandem to attack Heritage Americans and further cement cultural leftist control over American politics.

The private vs. public sector debates that Conservatism Inc. used to engage in is outdated and it’s time to recognize that these entities are part of the same regime that hates America.

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Curt Schilling Reveals that AIG Canceled His Insurance Over His Social Media

The woke purges are only beginning.

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On January 12, 2021, former all-star pitcher and now-conservative commentator Curt Schilling announced that AIG canceled his insurance policy over his “social media profile.”

“We will be just fine, but wanted to let Americans know that @AIGinsurance canceled our insurance due to my ‘Social Media profile’,” Schilling said in a Tweet.

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“The agent told us it was a decision made by and with their PR department in conjunction with management,” he continued.

Social media censorship has become normalized over the last four years. Now, however, this kind of corporate policing is being extended to people’s ability to do banking. Paul Joseph Watson of Summit News observed the following:

While innumerable Trump supporters have lost their Twitter and Facebook accounts due to social media censorship and cancel culture, cases of individuals being cut off by banks and other financial services are now growing too.

The logic of corporate America’s woke crusade is to change people’s behavior by censoring social media activity. In addition, corporate entities will cut off people from basic services to make their lives miserable simply for dissenting against the regime’s official narrative.

Republicans will have to stop worshiping corporations and rethink some of their economic policies. Corporations have too much power in America and are clearly not on the side of the Right. The refusal to recognize this new reality will lead to continued defeats for the Right. It’s time to adapt.

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