EDITOR NOTE: Former Trump national security adviser Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn shared that Chase Bank is canceling his accounts and credit cards. The long-time public servant shared a screenshot from the bank that read, “After careful consideration, we decided to close your credit cards on September 18, 2021, because continuing the relationship creates a possible reputational risk to our company." This is just the latest example of Corporate America canceling indispensable services for Americans who don’t agree with their woke, liberal philosophy. It should serve as a warning to anyone who disagrees with the radical Left to be very careful and to diversify your wealth so that you’re ready when the Left comes for you.
Former Trump national security adviser Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn said Sunday that Chase Bank sent him a letter informing him it is canceling his accounts and credit cards because he poses a "reputational risk" to the company's brand.
"After careful consideration, we decided to close your credit cards on September 18, 2021 because continuing the relationship creates possible reputational risk to our company," the letter said, according to Flynn.
Flynn posted a screenshot of the letter on his Telegram social-media account.
Reacting to the move, he said Chase "has gone full blown woke!"
"They need to deal with their own reputation instead of persecuting my family and I," he wrote.
He then referenced the Justice Department's case against him in the Russia investigation, which the DOJ dropped after Flynn and his laywer, Sidney Powell, presented evidence he was "ambushed" by FBI agents after the bureau concluded it didn't have a case.
"DOJ dropped my case for their own egregious government misconduct, appears you weren’t that lucky with the DOJ," he wrote on Telegram, directing his words to Chase Bank.
Last September, Chase agreed to pay $920 million to resolve criminal charges brought by the DOJ in connection with schemes to defraud precious metals and U.S. Treasuries markets.
"I guess my America First political views don't align with yours. Your loss," Flynn wrote on Telegram.
WND asked Ashley Dodd, Chase's executive director of communications, in an email to specify how Flynn posed a "reputational risk" to the bank. Dodd did not respond by the time this article was published.
Flynn could not be reached for comment.
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