One company has a plan to get around these bone-chilling government-corporate crackdowns

Big Government is dangerously expanding its reach.

The International Left are quickly moving toward authoritarianism.

But one company has a plan to get around these bone-chilling government-corporate crackdowns.

The establishment has lost its monopoly on narrative control.

In response to that, elites have been forced to exercise jaw-dropping amounts of control in as many places as they can.

One of their most frightening strategies is going after payment processing and other financial tech services utilized by conservatives.

For example, Donald Trump Jr. recently had payment processing for ticket sales canceled by Chase bank-owned online payment provider WePay at a speaking event.

Leading Customer Relations Management platform Salesforce, stripped the Republican National Committee (RNC) and the conservative group Project Veritas of use of services.

And countless “problematic” right-wing pundits have had digital payment providers like Patreon and PayPal deny or yank their service.

This De-Banking Movement has mostly come at the hands of captured “private” businesses, run by either weak-kneed corporate boards bowing to radical left-wing activists, if not by radical left-wing activists themselves.

But governments have begun to get in on it as well.

Participants in the Canadian Freedom Trucker Convoy found that out the hard way when fascist Prime Minister Justin Trudeau blocked banking services to protesters.

Having the “wrong” politics could literally cost people their bank accounts or access to the digital economy.

That’s why a group of Republicans recently came up with the Coign (pronounced “coin”) Card.

Coign described its product as follows:

“Coign is America’s first credit card built by and for Conservatives. Coign was created to advance conservative values and embrace the American spirit. Unlike other leading credit cards that give millions to the Left each year, Coign is helping Conservatives to align their dollars with their values. We’re proud to invest in Conservative causes. Coign is the only Conservative credit card that allows you to pay with a purpose while you earn rewards. Now, each time you swipe your credit card you’re automatically spending right.”

The market for Coign arose because credit card companies began putting their fingers on the scale.

For example, Islamic terror expert and author Robert Spencer was dropped from Patreon due to pressure from MasterCard.

Rob Collins, former executive director of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), is part of the Coign team, and he believes the card is an opportunity to fight back against the Left in multiple ways.

Not only is Coign a credit card, but proceeds from the company go to consertative charitable causes.

Meanwhile, the big banks fund causes like Planned Parenthood.

Collins said, “Conservatives are using their cards, and that adds up to billions and billions of dollars in commerce that have been used to undermine the things we believe in…When we’re all chopped up into different cards and accounts, it’s easy to roll over us.”

The more alternatives to the establishment players, the better.

If nothing else, the competition could force bigger companies to stop overtly favoring the priorities of the Democratic Party.

Coign is also important because pressuring financial services is one of the main bottlenecks facing counter-narrative voices.

The establishment overplayed its hand, and the resolve of right-wingers is finally being tested.

“Woke” corporations thought they could bulldoze people on the Right without a response, but they’re finding out that wasn’t true.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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