Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co., said putting the brakes on new oil and gas production was “a road to hell for America.” Rashida Tlaib asked him to sell the oil.
Dimon’s comments came when a far-left Michigan Democrat asked him and other bank executives in a House hearing if they would commit not to invest money in oil and gas companies to slow climate change. was served to
“Quick yes or no answer. Does your bank have a policy prohibiting funding of new oil and gas products?” asked Talib, Daimon first.
“Absolutely not. It’s the road to hell for America,” Dimon retorted.
Talib then went on to accuse JPMorgan Chase, while Dimon returned to criticizing the hearings for opposing President Joe Biden’s plan to forgive up to $20,000 in student debt. advised to cancel the account of
“Teacher, as you know, anyone who has been bailed out of student loans has a bank account in your bank. I got
“You’re in debt because of student loan debt, the fact that you’re not even there to save a lot of people who are in extreme debt, and you’re criticizing it.” Jane Fraser responded more diplomatically.