Big Banks on Wall Street Condemn Protesters at U.S. Capitol

Big Banks on Wall Street Condemn Protesters at U.S. Capitol

The nation’s biggest banks on Wall Street are condemning protesters, who breached the United States Capitol on Wednesday and oppose the certification of the 2020 presidential election results by Congress.

Billionaire and million CEOs of Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, and JP Morgan Chase each made statements denouncing protesters who stormed the Capitol building in opposition to Congress certifying election results for President-elect Joe Biden.

“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 said in a statement.

“We must move forward together peacefully, respectfully, and with a singular, shared focus on our American ideals,” Moynihan continued. Moynihan is worth an estimated $80 million.

A statement from our CEO Brian Moynihan

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