What Is Debanking? Why Is It Dangerous?
Debanking is an effort by major financial institutions—under pressure by the radical Left—to close the accounts of organizations or individuals with whom they disagree, whether politically or religiously.
Policymakers should push back against this dangerous form of discrimination and protect the economic freedom of all Americans, regardless of their beliefs.
Prohibit financial institutions from denying individuals, businesses, and non-profit groups access to financial services based on their political, religious, or ideological viewpoints.
What is Debanking? Political and Religious Discrimination by Financial Institutions.
Debanking is an attempt by major financial services corporations to close accounts of organizations or individuals with whom they disagree, whether politically or religiously.READ MORE
2023 Debanking Poll
The Center for Excellence in Polling (CEP) recently surveyed a nationwide sample of likely voters on issues regarding the politicization of banking services.READ MORE
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