It was big news when Seattle’s far-left city council cut ties with Wells Fargo in February 2017. The city became the first in the nation to cut ties with a bank over the bank’s involvement in funding the Dakota Access Pipeline. But today, Seattle reversed course and signed a three-year agreement with Wells Fargo for banking services. Why? No other bank was willing to take their business.
Fools. Who wants to do business with lunatics? I guarantee you that Wells got a much better deal from this after they came back pleading to be helped.
I know, let's set up a head tax, in spite of it's multiple failures in the past, and stick it to big employers in our city. Hahaha! We have virtue, don't you see?