You’re cancelled: AIG drops Curt Schilling; are you preparing for the purge?

Folks, this is happening. Get with USAA, if you qualify. Find a local credit union with integrity. Figure out what you are going to do if your mortgage lender calls your note, because they’re absolutely going to. You do realize that inability to secure homeowner’s insurance means you are in violation of your mortgage terms, yes?

January 15, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — Former Major League Baseball star pitcher, conservative commentator, and Trump supporter Curt Schilling said that insurance company AIG canceled his family’s policy due to his “Social Media profile.”

In a tweet Tuesday night, he wrote, “We will be just fine, but wanted to let Americans know that @AIGinsurance canceled our insurance due to my ‘Social Media profile.’”

When some followers questioned his claim, he replied with a screenshot of correspondence with the company which acknowledged he was “a longtime AIG client since 2004 and also a profitable account (no claims).” However, the note stated this “was a management decision between underwriting and marketing teams that could not be overturned.”

Schilling, an outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump, commented that this cancelation is “real and I don’t imagine it’s even close to what we will witness in the coming months, years, if we let the Nazi’s win and the [election] fraud is allowed to stand.”

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3 thoughts on “You’re cancelled: AIG drops Curt Schilling; are you preparing for the purge?”

  1. You couldn’t get any more on top-of-the-world than Schilling. Best Phlllies pitcher since Carlton, then Roy Hobbs-level heroics for the most baseball-crazy, championship-starved city in the country (Boston). And one of the all time best post-season performers I’ve ever had to pleasure to watch (including in person, 10/13/1993 NLCS at The Vet, my greatest sports memory).

    This isn’t just some ex-jock we’re talking about. This is an American legend. A legend who did nothing wrong, except support a sitting President of the United States.

    If this is what the left can do before they’ve even taken power yet, I can’t imagine the fate that awaits every one of us when they get absolute control. God help us all.

  2. And if you do pay off your mortgage in full, how much will it matter when local governments can dramatically increase property taxes? There is, despite some efforts that came to nothing on a state-wide basis to put a cap on property taxes, really nothing to stop them. In southeastern Connecticut, where I live, property owners have recently gotten letters from municipal tax assessors telling us the value of our property has increased — for most of us — by a little over 30%. People got very upset and some of us (including me) retained counsel to oppose this. Then we got a second letter telling us — seriously — that our mill rate was likely to decline and might give us some relief, and we probably were not really going to get a 30% property tax increase despite the supposed 30% increase in the value of our property — but that we literally “SHOULD BE HAPPY” (it said that in the letter, word for word) because the value of our property had increased. Paying off your mortgage might not even be a good idea — I really don’t know. Maybe a better idea would be buying a well-equipped RV or something to drive away (but where? into the hills? I don’t know but maybe start thinking about that).

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