Woke discrimination is still discrimination and this is one of the most insane things I’ve ever seen.

This is Daylight banking.

It’s a queer credit card.

This is from Daylight, explaining why you need queer banking.

We created Daylight to be the only bank account that rewards LGBTQ+ folks for spending in line with their values. We’re not only designed for LGBTQ+ folks but our chosen families and allies who want to put their money to work for themselves and for the LGBTQ+ community.

Our commitment is to not only provide you with great banking services, but to help you align your spending with your values. That means when you bank with Daylight, you don’t have to worry about accidentally supporting anti-LGBTQ+ or anti-trans initiatives. Chick Fil A anyone?

Doing the right thing is hard, and it’s hard to know who’s with us and who’s against us. Let us help. Here’s why Daylight is better for you, your community and your chosen family.

With Daylight you can stop worrying about whether you’re doing the right thing with your spending and with your money. Daylight takes the uncertainty out of queer banking so you can rest assured you’re doing the right thing, every day.

Each month we’ll send you a personalized spending report that shows you how queer friendly your shopping is and offers you better alternatives. The more queer friendly you are, the better rewards we’ll offer. Easy. Eat that chicken sandwich without leaving a bad taste in your mouth.

So the bank rates how queer friendly businesses are and gives you rewards points based on that.

So your rewards go up for spending money at queer owner businesses and less at non-queer owned ones.

If you buy too many Chick-fil-A sandwiches with it, do they cancel your card?

This is a bank that uses rewards to encourage the users to actively discriminate against non-queer businesses

This makes me wonder exactly how the cred card rates businesses.  Presumably, this would encourage discrimination against Christian owned business and any business owned by someone with Conservative values.

I did a quick search and found out that this is not the only identity politics card that does this.

ONE VIP bills itself as an “unapologetically black card.”

It also give rewards based on the identity of the business owners.

Use your ONE VIP Visa Debit card for all your qualified everyday purchases and earn extra points by spending with your favorite brands and select Black owned businesses.

Earn 1 point for every $2 spent on every day purchases. Earn 1.5 points for every $1 spent at your favorite brands like Netflix, Uber, Sephora and at select Black owned businesses. Your reward points never expire. Apply your cash back rewards to your ONE VIP account. Make a charitable donation to a worthy cause benefiting communities of color.

I am honestly shocked this is legal.

These are banks giving customers a financial incentive to deny patronage to business because the owners are of the wrong race or sexual/gender orientation.

How could this go wrong?

Just wait until everyone has their own identity credit card that discourages people from engaging in mutually beneficial trade that makes open and polite civil society great.

The Jewish card will suck.  Sure the rates will be fantastic but it will be accepted fewer places than Discover.

Maybe I can lie on the form and apply for one of those Master Race Cards so I can get 5% back at Aldi and Ikea (maybe Ford too, for service?).

On top of Bank of America and Wells Fargo engaging in anti-gun business policy, I absolutely believe banks should not discriminate or encourage discrimination.

Frederic Bastiat famously said: “if goods don’t cross borders, armies will.”

That point holds true in a country as well.  Groups that trade with each other peacefully become inclined to treat each other with respect.

Banks that encourage financial segregation only encourage the fracturing of society.

This bullshit needs to be halted now.

 

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By J. Kb

7 thoughts on “Banks encouraging discrimination, what could go wrong?”
  1. Shouldn’t it be called “Gaylight”? 😏

    They’re still flogging the notion that the LGBTQA++%$& community thinks as one. Adorable.

    As noted, this seems more than a bit over the discrimination line. Are straights allowed to use this card? Also as noted, it would be easy to track purchases and issue warnings for “improper” use. Also adorable.

    Oh, and the Jew card would only have a good rate _after_ you haggled. 😆

  2. Before reading it I was going to make a joke about it not being accepted at CFA. They beat me to it.

    You can’t parody the left anymore.

  3. Equity/diversity/tolerance has nothing to do with integration, acceptance, or equality. It is all about dominance, and lowering standards.

  4. Unfortunately, I think this is bulletproof legal. It’s a variation on the ‘favored customer discount’ game.

    Contemptible, and it’s going to result in some entertaining copycatting by people on the other side of the divide. But I do think it’s legal.

    (Disclaimer: IANAL)

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