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Warning: The Top 29 Most Politicized Banks Promoting Radical Politics, Not Best Banking Practices (And 15 Banks That Don’t)

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Banks like Signature and Silicon Valley Bank, have recklessly made loans to risky climate change companies, politically favored startups, and venture capitalists.

They have also bankrolled radical groups like Black Lives Matter (BLM) pro-socialist Democrat candidates and the Democrat party… They have been distracted by their woke corporate culture, business practices, and radical policies (see 7 Shocking Reasons for the Banking Panic 2023 Blow Up: How Politics, Radical Ideology, and Government Policy are Destroying Banks).

Their focus is consumed by the radical political and ideologically driven Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG); Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI); LGBTQ; and Democrat donations.

Some have purged Conservatives, Republicans, Libertarians, and Christians from their staff… or forced them to comply to their radical ideology—some have even “fired” companies and groups, forcing them to bank elsewhere.

Here is a list of the 29 worst banks pushing ESG/DEI and radical donations and policies:

  1. Bank of America
  2. Wells Fargo
  3. Citibank
  4. JP Morgan Chase
  5. Goldman Sachs
  6. Morgan Stanley
  7. Sunrise Bank
  8. Beneficial State Bank
  9. Amalgamated Bank
  10. Southern Bancorp
  11. IntraFi Network
  12. First Green Bank
  13. Deutsche Bank
  14. Moody’s
  15. First Republic Bank
  16. 2 Loans
  17. Western Alliance
  18. Comercia *
  19. VMB Financial
  20. PNC Bank
  21. Amalgamated Bank
  22. Bank of America
  23. Citigroup – same as Citibank
  24. Deutsche Bank
  25. First Republic Bank
  26. JPMorgan Chase
  27. Morgan Stanley
  28. PNC
  29. Wells Fargo

* The lease offensive bank. Donated $1 million based on discrimination.

The Top 15 Banks That Uphold Our Values

The following banks uphold conservative values and donate to Republicans, Conservative, or Christian candidates and causes.

This does not guarantee they are safe, but it does show they should have greater integrity and better business practices.

Here is a list of 15 banks that share our values…

  1. Pinnacle Financial Partners
  2. Woodforest National Bank
  3. First Premiere Bank
  4. 1st Financial Bank USA
  5. Regions Financial
  6. Citizens Bank
  7. Trust Financial Services
  8. Arvest Bank
  9. Ally Bank
  10. Huntington Bank Group
  11. AdelFi Credit Union
  12. Truist Bank
  13. Farmers Bank
  14. Hilltop National Bank
  15. PlainsCapital Bank

If you know any banks that should be on our list, please email me at craig@craighuey.com and let me know.

 

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Comments 6

  1. Hi Craig. Thanks again for what you’re doing. I am a member of the California credit union, known now as the North Island California Credit Union. How do I find out what their values are? Please? Thank you.

  2. Are credit unions safer than banks?
    I use America’s Christian Credit Union.
    How does that compare with other national credit unions?

    1. Only problem is the filters. The filters let you choose according to categories related to DEI and ESG. Try filtering according to the balance sheet or anything that really matters. You can’t. Better to go here and size up the bank according to what matters, which is the whole point. We also appreciate identifying the banks going along with ESG and DEI here Craig. Don’t forget to add U.S. Bank to the top 10 worst. We are moving toward a parallel economy, especially when they roll out CBDCs. You must NOT participate in digital currency which means you need to be educated and prepared to buy, sell and barter with gold, silver or anything of value to the person from which you need to barter with.

  3. I like how Bank of America is #1 and #22, Wells Fargo is #2 and #29, JP Morgan Chase is #4 and #26, Morgan Stanley is #6 and #27, Amalgamated Bank is #9, and #21, Deutsche Bank is #13 and #24, and First Republic Bank is #15 and #25. There are literally seven repeats in your “Top 29.” Stellar work! [insert eye roll emoji here].

    For those of you who trust the information Craig Huey provides, you might want to take into account his serious lack of attention to detail.

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