Nets Ignore JPMorgan Chase CEO Suggesting Seizing Private Property to Aid Climate Goals

April 7th, 2023 2:06 PM

The JPMorgan Chase CEO has a disturbing suggestion to assist woke “climate change” initiatives—have the government seize citizens’ private property. But the ABC, CBS and NBC evening news shows apparently didn’t think the dystopian sentiment was worth covering.

JPMorgan Chase bank CEO Jamie Dimon appears to have drawn inspiration from the World Economic Forum’s plan to make people own nothing and enjoy it. Dimon wrote in his annual shareholders’ letter posted this week that “governments, businesses and non-governmental organizations” might need to consider invoking “eminent domain.” Seizure of private property appears to be the next phase of the woke and destructive environmental, social, and governance (ESG) standards movement. 

JPMorgan Chase promoted the woke propaganda on Facebook April 4. ABC’s World News Tonight, CBS Evening News and NBC Nightly News all ignored the story during their April 4, April 5 and April 6 evening broadcasts.

Eminent domain is a legal term for when the government expropriates private property for public use, with the mere condition that the private owners be “properly” compensated, according to Fox News associate editor Gabriel Hays. And this is now somehow necessary to stop “climate change”? Not exactly what the Founding Fathers envisioned—“experts” have been consistently and wildly wrong about climate change for 50 years now.

“The window for action to avert the costliest impacts of global climate change is closing," Dimon droned in the letter. "The need to provide energy affordably and reliably for today, as well as make the necessary investments to decarbonize for tomorrow, underscores the inextricable links between economic growth, energy security and climate change. We need to do more, and we need to do so immediately.”

Will JPMorgan Chase or Dimon be making major sacrifices? Probably not. As usual with woke elitist leftists, Dimon is pushing for others to be forced to sacrifice. He said “governments, businesses and non-governmental organizations need to align” for “Massive global investment” in “clean energy.” And also, there’s eminent domain.

“At the same time, permitting reforms are desperately needed to allow investment to be done in any kind of timely way. We may even need to evoke [sic] eminent domain,” Dimon pontificated. He claimed government confiscation of private property is justifiable because “we simply are not getting the adequate investments fast enough for grid, solar, wind and pipeline initiatives.”

Considering Dimon runs a bank, one would think he’d learn a lesson about the harms of ESG standards with the collapse of the woke Silicon Valley Bank last month.

Conservatives are under attack. Contact ABC News (818) 460-7477, CBS News (212) 975-3247 and NBC News (212) 664-6192 and demand they report on Dimon’s dystopian ESG statement pushing “eminent domain.”