About face! Chase Bank apologizes for Michael Flynn cancellation letter

Chase Bank has apologized for the cancellation letter posted by retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, claiming “we made an error.”

Flynn, who briefly served as national security adviser under former President Donald Trump, posted on his Telegram social media page Sunday an image of a letter from the bank stating in part “we decided to close your credit cards on September 18, 2021 because continuing the relationship creates possible reputational risk to our company.”

On Tuesday, Chase, after declining comment Monday, contacted TheBlaze with a statement of apology and admission of error.

TheBlaze reported the statement Tuesday from the Chase spokesman referred to the customer as “her”: “We’ve contacted our customer to let her know that we made an error and we apologized for any inconvenience this caused.”

In his Telegram retort to Chase on Sunday, TheBlaze noted, Flynn didn’t say the Chase letter was sent to him personally, accusing the bank only of “persecuting my family and I.”

Further, the recipient’s first name and address are blacked out in the image of the letter Flynn posted, leaving only the name “Flynn,” meaning the account holder could be his wife, Lori.

‘Cancel culture nonsense’

Tuesday on Telegram, Flynn said to supporters he wanted to “sincerely thank everyone for your unwavering support for my family and I over this Chase Bank cancel culture nonsense.”

“We’ll fight through it like everything else we’ve experienced these past six years,” he said. “If Chase had any commonsense and gave serious thought to the current environment, instead of attacking my family because of our differing political views, they should immediately create a fund for the recently and tragically killed service members and those family members left behind.”

Flynn said Chase “probably doesn’t understand what the term Gold Star means but it is an unimaginably difficult time for the family members of those left behind.”

“My family and I are blessed because we are alive and have each other,” he said. “I pray Chase Bank and all their cancel culture partners think twice about what they are doing to destroy the fabric of our constitution. Trust me, the heart and soul of America will NEVER be broken. We the people will prevail.”

‘Full blown woke’

On Sunday, reacting to the cancellation letter from Chase, Flynn said the bank “has gone full blown woke!”

“They need to deal with their own reputation instead of persecuting my family and I,” he wrote.

He then referenced the Justice Department’s case against him in the Russia investigation, which the DOJ dropped after Flynn and his laywer, Sidney Powell, presented evidence he was “ambushed” by FBI agents after the bureau concluded it didn’t have a case.