by Laura Loomer, Laura Loomer:
Two weeks ago, Loomer was also suspended from PayPal.
Loomer has also been banned by GoFundMe and PayPal
On February 19, 2019, Laura Loomer couldn’t access her Chase bank account online because Chase Bank has suspended her online access.
Loomer received a notification from the Chase App that said “Access Suspended.”
Over the last year, Chase Bank has joined arms with left wing organizations that have a history of targeting Conservatives, including Now This and Southern Poverty Law Center. Two weeks ago, Chase closed black conservative Enrique Tarrio’s bank account after his website began selling “Roger Stone did nothing wrong” t-shirts. Earlier this week, US veteran Joe Biggs‘s account was also shut down by Chase, and Martina Markota, a Conservative commentator, was notified that Chase bank would be shutting down her business account.
When Loomer had her access suspended, she was told she needed to call the bank and go into a Chase branch and show two forms of identification.
Not only did Loomer call Chase multiple times, but she went into a branch and showed two forms of ID. Despite following Chase’s instructions, she was told her online access could not be reinstated.
In response to big tech censorship and bias against Conservatives, Loomer launched a campaign and protest with Adrienna DiCioccio, in which they encouraged conservatives to stay off social media for 48 hours in protest of social media companies banning Conservatives in a discriminatory manner. Loomer and DiCioccio held a protest in front of Twitter’s HQ office in NYC on February 20, 2019, following Loomer’s notorious protest in November 2018 in which she handcuffed herself to the Twitter HQ after being permanently banned on Twitter.
On November 21, 2018, Loomer was permanently banned on Twitter for called Muslim Congresswoman Ilhan Omar “anti_Jewish”, something that is now a fact and has been agreed upon by both Republicans and Democrats.
JP Morgan Chase has contributed over $1 Million to the Southern Poverty Law Center, a radical left wing organization that many would classify as a hate group that spends its time working to sabotage Conservatives and put them on “hate lists”.
Following Biggs’s ban and Loomer’s suspension from Chase’s online banking services, news of the financial blacklisting went viral, causing many conservatives to reconsider banking with Chase.
One America News, a Conservative News network, reported on both Biggs’s and Loomer’s financial blacklisting. Within an hour of the report being aired, Loomer received a phone call from Keisha Smith, who identified herself as a member of the Executive office at JP Morgan Chase. Biggs’s confirmed to Illoominate Media that he also received a call from Smith. On both calls, Smith told Loomer and Biggs that Chase would reinstate their accounts, but she wouldn’t provide a reason as to why Biggs was told his accounts would be closed, or why Loomer was suspended form her online banking. Loomer and Biggs both told Smith that they would be switching banks.