Louisiana AG Denies $600 Million to Gun Control Banks

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Earlier this year, Citibank and Bank of America reworked their policies to place arbitrary gun control regulations on their customers. Louisiana AG Jeff Landry and the LA state Bond Commission have denied $600 Million to those banks based on their decision.

Both banks were to be part of a road financing plan, but have now been removed.

Breitbart reported,

“Louisiana Executive Division press secretary Ruth Wisher told Breitbart News that Landry and State Treasurer John Schroder have been working on the state’s response to corporate gun control ‘for some time.’ Omitting them from the $600 million is part of that response.”

Citibank had told gun store customers they were not allowed to sell ‘high capacity magazines’ and had to refuse long gun sales to 18-20 year olds…even though they are legal in Louisiana. Bank of America told customers that gun manufacturers could not be their customer sif the made “military-style” weapons.

Of course, as usual, the idiot bank made no differentiation between true military weapons and semi-automatic ones.

The $600 million probably won’t make much of a dent in these huge banks’s income, but at least it should get their attention.

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