JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Marriott International Group and Blue Cross Blue Shield, a large American health insurance company, confirmed on January 10 that after the siege of the Capitol, he We are reconsidering the suspension of political donations.
JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup, the two largest banks in the United States, said they would suspend all federal donations to Republican and Democratic lawmakers for six months.
JPMorgan Chase is the largest bank in the United States, raising about $900,000 in political contributions between 2019 and 2020, nearly 60 percent of which went to Republican lawmakers.
Marriott announced on the 10th that the company will stop donating to Republican senators who oppose the certification of Biden’s election.
Strip, an online payment company, also said on the 10th that it would no longer process payments for President Trump’s campaign, which continued to raise funds.
About one-third of the American-insured Blue Cross Blue Shield Association also mentioned stopping political donations: “In view of the violence, shocking attacks at the U.S. Capitol this week, and some members of Congress challenging the results of the electoral college to subvert the November election voting results, we will suspend those who voted. Donations from legislators who are bad for our democracy.”