Don't leave home without it. No, it's not Karl Malden in the famous American Express commercials. It's a new pitch for a conservative credit card, called Coign. "Coign is a VISA credit card that will act and spend just like any other credit card, but every time you use your Coign card, you give back to conservative causes and charities that reflect your values," says Rob Collins, Coign founder and former Republican Party official.
"Conservatives are busy, they're raising families, going to work," he continues. "They want something that's seamless, that's already in their wallet, that allows them to know they're helping out (the cause) without having to really disrupt their day."
Coign hasn't rolled out yet, but is preparing to do so soon and currently signing people up on a waiting list. The card offers 1% cash back on all purchases, and full cyber security protection. But a portion of the proceeds will go to conservative businesses and organizations, such as those supporting causes like veterans rights, school choice and religious liberty. Card holders also are able to suggest and vote for charities to support. "The Coign credit card will allow people, every time you swipe, even if you're buying something from a company that's lefty, you'll know you're doing your part to fight back, and give back," says Collins.
Collins tells KTRH this is a way for conservatives to finally push back on the growing woke capitalism movement, which has seen big banks like JPMorgan Chase try to cut off funding and access to conservatives. "This will force corporations to start listening to their customers, and respecting the views of the largest ideological group in America, which is conservatives," he says.