The Wall Street Journal editorial board criticized Rep. Rashida Tlaib for attempting to incite a 'bank run' on J.P. Morgan after its CEO refuted her climate demands.
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The Wall Street Journal editors called Tlaib's demands a "financial threat" for Americans.
"The political left increasingly claims climate change is an imminent threat to global financial stability and demands regulators do something about it. Well, if we’re talking about financial threats, how about the Democratic Congresswoman who called for a bank run to protest an institution’s fossil-fuel investments?" they wrote ."Apparently banks now need to bow to Democratic policy priorities or risk lawmakers inciting a bank run," they continued.