Jim Jordan Reveals Fed Gov't Advised Banks to Flag Transactions Including 'MAGA' & 'TRUMP,' Bible Purchases

Nick Kangadis | January 18, 2024
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Remember a few years back when President Joe Biden took the White House in 2020, and immediately after Democrats and establishment useful idiots, like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), said Trump supporters needed to be put on lists? Well, YOUR government that YOU fund with YOUR tax dollars is apparently doing just that.

According to the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), “the federal government flagged terms like “MAGA” and “TRUMP,” to financial institutions if Americans completed transactions using those terms.” The information was part of a letter to Noah Bishoff, who was the “former Director of the Office of Stakeholder Integration and Engagement in the Strategic Operations Division of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), as part of an investigation by the Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government.

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Included in the letter by Jordan:

According to this analysis, FinCEN warned financial institutions of “extremism” indicators that include “transportation charges, such as bus tickets, rental cars, or plane tickets, for travel to areas with no apparent purpose,” or “the purchase of books (including religious texts) and subscriptions to other media containing extremist views. In other words, FinCEN urged large financial institutions to comb through the private transactions of their customers for suspicious charges on the basis of protected political and religious expression.

Isn’t that a violation of the First Amendment?

But that’s not all. Jordan wrote that Bishoff used the events of January 6, 2021 as a catalyst to work with financial institutions to distribute material “about how financial institutions could use private customer information to assist federal law enforcement.”

Jordan requested Bishoff provide testimony to the subcommittee:

In particular, your testimony will help to inform the Committee and Select Subcommittee about federal law enforcement’s mass accumulation and use of Americans’ private information without legal process; FinCEN’s protocols, if any, to safeguard Americans’ privacy and constitutional rights in the receipt and use of such information; and FinCEN’s general engagement with the private sector on law-enforcement matters.

It’s becoming a question of whether Americans still have the right to due process, particularly the presumption of innocence until proven guilty.

H/T: SCNR.com


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