VIDEO: Chase Bank Admits To De-Platforming Conservatives Over Political Beliefs

An undercover investigation by Project Veritas shows a Chase Bank employee admitting that the company has standards in place to cut business ties with conservative figures.

This comes just months after the bank cut ties with Enrique Tarrio, the Chairman of the Proud Boys fraternal organization, as first reported by Big League Politics.

Project Veritas also gained valuable information about the de-platforming of Tarrio, with multiple bankers admitting that his account was in good standing prior to the cancellation.

“I see nothing that indicates any reason why the account should be closed, I don’t see any outstanding transactions or anything ridiculous,” one Chase Banker stated.

But an analyst from Chase Bank’s corporate office named Nora tells a different story, claiming that his account was closed for clerical errors, something Tarrio denies. Nora offered to allow Tarrio to dispute the closure, which he did, only to be ignored and told that his account shutdown is irreversible.

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Tarrio is only one of many conservatives facing backlash from banking institutions. Around the same time of Tarrio’s account shutdown, conservative veteran Joe Biggs received a similar notice, along with pro-Trump artist Martina Markota.

In fact, this reporter had his PayPal account shut down just months after reporting on the company’s ties to illegal immigrant caravan funding.