Lawsuit Alleges Connection Between Anti-Gun Bank & Epstein Sex Trafficking

Welcome to Fantasy Island! With financial “levers pulled” by anti-gun JP Morgan…? (Photo by Navin75/Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license.)

U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “JP Morgan ‘pulled the levers’ of Jeffrey Epstein’s sex-trafficking operation, US Virgin Islands says in new lawsuit,” Business Insider reports. “‘JP Morgan knowingly, negligently, and unlawfully provided and pulled the levers through which recruiters and victims were paid and was indispensable to the operation and concealment of the Epstein trafficking enterprise,’ the lawsuit says.”

If proven, it seems a curious relationship for a bank that presumes to be the “woke” moral arbiter for its customers’ right to keep and bear arms.

“Thanks” to CEO Jamie Dimon’s discriminatory practices against the firearms industry, some states are removing it and similar banks from consideration for state business. No worries though—with a reported net worth of $2B, Dimon can afford it, and his bank-provided law enforcement retiree bodyguard ensures he doesn’t need to worry about the types of self-defense considerations he makes more difficult for his less-connected customers.

Still, an affinity for elitist citizen disarmament is understandable when you consider that JP Morgan was the company that handled ATF’s credit cards during its “adventures” in Operation Fast and Furious “gunwalking.” While no longer its provider (a 2017 GSA contract award makes Citibank and U.S. Bank the beneficiaries of the federal government’s $700B charge card system, presumably until 2031), JP Morgan handled ATF accounts back when the Bureau was letting guns be found next to bodies in Mexico, and even reportedly offered a “sweetheart deal” to allow one of the Fast and Furious managers to leave the country during the Congressional investigations, and double-dip on his retirement to boot.

It’s confusing, though, if JP Morgan really did profit from Epstein’s escapades, why did it reportedly take such a blue-nosed approach during Operation Chokepoint and try to … uh …  stiff porn stars? And it makes it fair to wonder what credit card that ATF inspector in Louisiana used when he … uh … sorry, you’re just going to have to read this one at the source.

Maybe it’s safest to get back on track and recall how JP Morgan reportedly unilaterally and without warning (or explanation) terminated the account for Defense Distributed.

With so many “rope-selling capitalists” banking on disarmament and jumping on the Department of Precrime bandwagon to snitch on naively trusting customers to the feds, it’s fair to ask why it’s in the interests of gun-owning taxpayers to support government bailouts after fat cats undermining their rights have mismanaged themselves into a corner.

It’s also fair to ask, noting the story this article began with when authorities are finally going to subject the privileged participants in Epstein sex trafficking that JP Morgan is accused of profiting off of to the same treatment. Or did his “suicide” convince co-conspirator Ghislaine Maxwell that those aspiring to a monopoly of violence do so for a reason?


About David Codrea:

David Codrea is the winner of multiple journalist awards for investigating/defending the RKBA and a long-time gun owner rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament. He blogs at “The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance,” is a regularly featured contributor to Firearms News, and posts on Twitter: @dcodrea and Facebook.

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PAF145

I wonder if this has anything to do with the Federal prosecutor Biden had fired while he was on vacation ?

GomeznSA

PAF – I’m guessing that you are referring to the Attorney General of the US Virgin Islands. She filed that lawsuit and was ‘coincidentally’ fired shortly after LGB went down there for his vacation. Nothing to see here, move along.

PAF145

I guess Hunter couldn’t sweep her off her feet

Montana454Casull

Criminals fear a free and armed society. This is proof that JP Morgan Chase is a criminal enterprise .

StLPro2A

How far does Dimon’s security perimeter extend? 20-50-100m. Certainly not 500, 1000, 1500m chip shot perimeter. There is yet another WHY behind the Libturds’ gun control fetish.

Ram

For good or ill, I closed out my 401K when the communists
stole the 2020 election. Remembering the Obama era
“Operation Chokepoint”, I removed Chase from consideration
as a holding facility.

Larry

Because the article doesn’t mention this anywhere…
JP Morgan = Chase.
If you have a Chase card or account, you’re dealing with them.

The Crimson Pirate

More smoke and mirrors and distracting sacrifices to protect the participants who engaged in actual pedophilia.

Hazcat

The Virgin Island AG who filed the suit has been fired. Conspiracy anyone?

JohnnyC53

Hey David.. there may be more to this story than meets the eye.. I believe that president Biden made a trip to the Virginia islands on December 27th right after this got filed and son of a gun, what do ya know? Now the attorney General that filed the lawsuit appears to be fired! Coincidence?? Seems like Mr Biden has made similar trips before with similar results hmmmm .. oh ya! That whole Burisma investigation over in Ukraine!! And I believe that the Virginia islands is looking for some sort of disaster relief from the US at the moment. Well… Read more »

JohnnyC53

See?? She was fired and he was there !! Maybe there’s no connection, but dang!!

uncle dudley

Is this JPMorgan the same company that was a Colt gun distributor in the late 1880’s?

Ram

ATF Inspector Russell Vanderwerf apparently disabled any fixture
that might conceivably be bugged. Fearing the recipe for his secret
liquid protein diet (peckerwood sap) could be recorded. I thought it
was a stretch connecting him to the essay, although it highlights and
absolutely displays the smarmy nature of the deepstate.

swmft

likely under aged too