JPMorgan Chase 'Mistakenly' Blacklists Conservative PAC Hosting Donald Trump Jr. Event

JPMorgan Chase 'Mistakenly' Blacklists Conservative PAC Hosting Donald Trump Jr. Event


WePay, an online payment processor owned by the largest bank in the U.S., JPMorgan Chase, forced the cancellation of an event featuring Donald Trump Jr. in Missouri after it blacklisted the conservative organization hosting it — a decision the financial giant later said was a mistake.

Don Jr. had been set to appear at the Defense of Liberty PAC’s event at the St. Charles Convention Center in Saint Charles, Missouri, on December 3.

On November 9, WePay refunded over $30,000 in ticket sales for the event and notified the PAC that it would not do business with it in the future, financially blacklisting the conservative organization.

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