Chase Bank Apologizes for Canceling Michael Flynn Credit Card, Claims Letter Sent in ‘Error’

Chase Bank apologized to the former White House national security adviser and retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn on Tuesday for a credit card cancellation letter sent to the Flynn household.

According to the Daily Mail, Chase bank claimed the letter was sent to Flynn's wife, Lori.

The bank said on Tuesday that it was his wife, Lori, who had the account and that the letter was sent in error.

The bank now says it was a mistake but they won't say how it came about. A Chase spokesman would not comment on what caused the ‘mistake', but said: ‘We’ve contacted our customer to let her know that we made an error and we apologized for any inconvenience this caused.'

Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI as part of its Russia investigation but Trump pardoned him on his way out of office.

He was banned from Twitter in January this year after promoting QAnon conspiracy theories.

He is not banned from Facebook, but he has not posted anything there since April.

Trump remains banned from Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Before 2020, it was largely unheard of for a bank or financial organization to deny someone an account because they did not like their political beliefs.

One of the only possible explanations, aside from disagreeing with beliefs, was that they suspected the person's account was being used in an unsavory or possibly criminal way.

Deutsche Bank, for example, ended its decades-long relationship with Trump when his finances were called into question after he became President.

On Monday, Flynn addressed the situation again on Telegram.

“I pray Chase Bank and all their cancel culture partners think twice about what they are doing to destroy the fabric of our constitution,” he wrote. “Trust me, the heart and soul of America will NEVER be broken. We the people will prevail.”

It's interesting to note that Chase Bank didn't close the account of Jeffrey Epstein even after he was convicted of soliciting child prostitutes.

Source: DailyMail

Image: Wikicommons


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