Dr. Mercola sat down with Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, to talk about what JPMorgan Chase, under the leadership of Jeffrey Epstein sympathizer and supporter Jamie Dimon, did to try to destroy his business.
"A few weeks ago, we received a letter to our business, and actually the CEO of our company, Steve Rye, and our CFO, Amy Lagaspi, who have both been with me for close to 20 years, and the letter was from Chase stating that they were giving us a month to take our funds out of their bank because we lost our accounts," Dr. Mercola explained during the interview, which you can watch in full below.
(Related: Check out our earlier report for more details about what JPMorgan Chase did to Dr. Mercola and his employees at Mercola Market.)
What upsets Dr. Mercola the most about JPMorgan Chase's de-banking of his business is not so much that he was targeted but that his employees, their spouses, and even their families and children all had their accounts terminated with little notice and for no stated reason.
The only thing JPMorgan Chase would say in its defense is that Mercola Market had received a warning letter from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) several years back telling the store to stop making the suggestion that vitamin D may be helpful in protecting against the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).
While initially Dr. Mercola was not necessarily keen on suing JPMorgan Chase because of the significant costs involved, a recently passed law in Florida specifically forbids this type of action by a bank against its customers.
"We are going to be the test case," Dr. Mercola stated about how he and his business are planning to take full advantage of this law. "We've already worked with the Florida state attorney general and they are filing suit against Chase – and it doesn't cost us anything."
"I'm not even sure Chase was aware the law existed. Chase is a huge institution, and the larger a company gets, the more likely it is that they are not aware of all the updates because there are too many darn moving parts. So, it's very possible, and likely even probable, that they are unaware this law even passed."
This is really great news for Dr. Mercola, who as you know used to have his practice and business based in the Chicagoland area. For the past 10 years, Dr. Mercola has been in Florida doing business there, and the law, in this case, is one his side.
Dr. Mercola and the Health Ranger further discussed how since the time when Dr. Mercola's newsletter was first created – this was before the days when Google even existed – it used to be easy to find health information on the web, but no longer.
"All this valuable, hard-fought, heard-earned knowledge and information that we have to change health and human lives is being essentially destroyed," Dr. Mercola laments about what the Censorship Industrial Complex is doing.
"It still technically exists, but unless you know the URL or know someone who does, you will not find it because the search engines will not pull it up."
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