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JPMorgan Chase Cancels Trump Jr. Event after Cutting Ties with Conservative PAC

Approximately 3,000 people were expected to attend the event

 on 19th November 2021 @ 2.00pm
wepay  a subsidiary of jpmorgan chase  told pac last week it would cut ties with the group due to violation of terms and service © press
WePay, a subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase, told PAC last week it would cut ties with the group due to violation of terms and service.

A conservative political action committee in Missouri has been forced to cancel its fundraiser featuring Donald Trump Jr. after a payment processor owned by JPMorgan Chase cut its contract with them.

After $30,000 in ticket sales were refunded, the payment processor reversed its decision by saying it made a mistake.

The Defense of Liberty PAC event was scheduled for December 3.

Approximately 3,000 people were expected to attend the event.

Tickets ranged from $70 to $250 and included a $500 per person pre-event with Trump Jr.

a spokesperson for jpmorgan chase wrote in an email that the decision had been a mistake © press
A spokesperson for JPMorgan Chase wrote in an email that the decision had been a mistake

WePay, a subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase, told PAC last week it would cut ties with the group due to a violation of terms and service.

A copy of a message sent to the PAC reportedly said:

“Per our terms of service, we are unable to process for hate, violence, racial intolerance, terrorism, the financial exploitation of a crime, or item or activities that encourage, promote, facilitate, or instruct others regarding the same.”

The outlet reported:

“On Wednesday night, after The Independent reported that the event was canceled and the reason, a spokesperson for JPMorgan Chase wrote in an email that the decision had been a mistake.”

former state rep  paul curtman told the the independent that even though wepay reversed its course  the event would still be cancele © press
Former state Rep. Paul Curtman told the The Independent that even though WePay reversed its course, the event would still be cancele

“After further review, we determined that this organization didn’t violate terms of service, and we are reaching out to the client to discuss reinstating the account,” the statement said.

“To be clear, we have never and would never close an account due to a client’s political affiliation.”

Former state Rep. Paul Curtman told The Independent that even though WePay reversed its course, the event would still be canceled.

The group’s website says the gathering is “being rescheduled due to leftist attempts to cancel us.”

State Sen. Bill Eigel, who is involved with the Defense of Liberty PAC, tweeted:

“The damage is done, and we will be unable to complete the event on 3 December due to the loss of ticket selling days. Too little too late from @jpmorgan."

"We will not let the #cancelculture silence us and @DonaldJTrumpJr – this fight is just beginning.”

Newsweek reported:

Lembke announced that the event had been canceled during a local radio interview on Tuesday. He told the Missouri Independent a day later that the move "directly speaks to a woke corporation that is trying to cancel free speech and specifically the speech of Donald Trump Jr."

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