Banks are sticking with Senate Republicans who tried to overturn election

The American Independent

In an interview, Brendan Fischer, director for federal reform at the Campaign Legal Center, a nonpartisan organization, noted that action by financial institutions to cut off accountholders was not unprecedented. "The closest analogy is probably the payment processing company Stripe that announced they would stop processing contributions for Trump's campaign," Fischer said, calling that "an example of how private companies can take steps to separate themselves from candidates and campaigns."

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