America’s largest bank just received a warning for discriminating against a group dedicated to preserving religious freedom. JP Morgan Chase closed the account of the National Committee for Religious Freedom with no explanation. Pushback against the banking giant has come from several sources, including conservative shareholders and 19 state attorney generals. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron wrote, “We call on Chase to stop its religious and politically biased discrimination and start living up to its commitment to an inclusive society where everyone feels welcomed, equal, and included.” Chase has yet to acknowledge their discriminatory actions. But at a time when left-wing activism in business is increasingly unpopular, it’ll have to decide whether they serve all customers or just those who align with left-wing political ideology.