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JPMorgan Chase bank reverses decision after Missouri calls out refusal to serve conservative group

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The state’s treasurer threatened to stop doing business with the bank

By Ronn Blitzer


JPMorgan Chase announced that they are reversing course after WePay, which is owned by the bank, refused to do business with a conservative group.

WePay had refused to provide ticket payment processing services for the Defense of Liberty organization for an event featuring Donald Trump Jr., citing terms of service which said they would not serve anyone who promotes “hate, violence, racial intolerance, terrorism, the financial exploitation of a crime[.]” In response, Missouri treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick threatened to have the state stop doing business with the bank, claiming ideological discrimination due to a failure to show evidence of violation.

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