Wall Street is working hand in hand with Attorney General Merrick Garland to target conservatives.
They shredded the Constitution by crossing a bright red line.
And Jim Jordan put a Wall Street titan on notice over this collusion scheme with Merrick Garland.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) is hitting Citibank with a subpoena for documents related to handing over Americans’ private financial transactions to the FBI without a warrant in the days after January 6.
“On June 12, 2023, we requested your voluntary cooperation with our oversight to determine the extent to which financial institutions, such as Citibank, have worked with the FBI to collect Americans’ financial data,” the subpoena reads. “To date, Citibank has declined to comply with our request voluntarily, and counsel has represented that it will only comply pursuant to a subpoena.”
The Judiciary Committee sent letters in June to major banks “requesting voluntary cooperation to determine the extent to which banks illegally supplied the FBI with Americans’ financial data.”
Seven banks were targeted by Jordan: Bank of America, Citibank, J.P. Morgan, PNC, Truist, U.S. Bank and Wells Fargo.
FBI whistleblower George Hill testified earlier this year that Bank of America gave the FBI information on credit and debit card purchases made by their customers in Washington, D.C. between January 5, 2021, through January 7.
Any Bank of America account holder who had ever purchased a firearm anywhere in the country was immediately put at the top of the list according to Hill.
Hill’s former supervisor, Joseph Bonavolonta, the agent in charge of the Boston field office corroborated his testimony about Bank of America and the FBI collusion.
Jordan said that Citibank was included in emails and a Zoom meeting hosted by the FBI and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) “focused on ‘identifying the best approach to information sharing, both strategic and operational,’ in the wake of the events of January 6.”
Major banks were volunteering to turn over their customers’ private financial transactions to the FBI without a warrant over the trumped up events of January 6.
“These documents suggest that the executive branch was brainstorming informal methods—outside of legal process—for obtaining private customer information from financial institutions,” Jordan noted.
Citibank according to reports is the lone holdout among the banks that Jordan requested to turn over documents.
The FBI illegally acquired the private financial transactions of Americans who were never accused of a crime for simply being in Washington, D.C. around January 6 and exercising their Second Amendment rights.
Banks violated the trust of their customers by colluding with the FBI in their witch hunt against Trump supporters.
Merrick Garland and major banks are treating the Constitution as a minor obstacle in their crusade to persecute conservatives.