Skip to comments.Chase Bank Has Pattern of Partisanship on LGBT Issues
Posted on 07/11/2014 12:49:25 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
The recent exposé of the employee survey that asked probing questions about employee support for the LGBT community has focused attention on something that the typical depositor might not be aware of, and that is the massive time and attention JP Morgan Chase lavishes on the LGBT issue.
Four years ago JP Morgan Chase told a local businessman that he had to remove a Christmas tree he donated to the lobby of a branch bank in Southlake, Texas. The reason given was that some found the Christmas decoration offensive. The order to remove was not made locally. It came from higher ups at Chase.
It is difficult to imagine that anyone offended to find an LGBT rainbow flag displayed at a Chase bank branch or executive office would be afforded the same relief.
Besides being among the biggest companies in the world, JP Morgan Chase is also one of the most LGBT-friendly. Meanwhile, some employees say the company is indifferent, bordering on chilly, to religious believers.
According to the annual report of the Human Rights Campaign, JP Morgan Chase scores 100% on gay friendliness. The ranking is developed from a survey the bank completed, and scores were tallied based on non-discrimination but also on non-discrimination based on gender identity and expression and health programs geared specifically to transgenders....
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Chase promoting sodomy... great.
They’ve been promoting and sponsoring Queerolympics, like butt hugging and crotch diving, since at least the 1980’s.
I find homosexuality to be offensive, but the left has no problem whatsoever with forcing me to put up with homosexual propaganda in nearly all media. I am totally expected to tolerate if not applaud homosexuality.
The left, on the other hand, has ZERO tolerance for my Christian views. Really, that’s what makes me want to fight the left, because they’re hypocrites. Everything with them is a one way street. They’re some of the most intolerant, judgmental people on the planet, but they get away with it because they control most institutions of power in our culture.
I’m just a lowly citizen, but I make business decisions based on which companies declare war on my religion. Why do they feel compelled to choose sides? I have no idea, but it seems like a very foolish way to do business.
0bama, just the other day, at a fundraiser, asked if he needed to pull out his Chase bank card!
Add that to all the other claims about his Queerness.
They are a bank - just like every other bank - they want people to deposit their money with them - and they will - like all the others - smile and be nice to get customers...there’s really no surprise there...there are bigger issues right now that need to be dealt with other than what Chase believes or what they don’t...
Chase isn’t the only bank pushing the LGBT agenda under the guise of “Diversity”
I work for a “super-regional” bank - we’re not quite one of the “big” banks, but we’re pretty close.
We have “Gay Pride Month” every June. I’ve been here for 14 years and its only within the last 5 that this has become a big deal.
The Rockefeller Family Bank