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Given the intense pressure being fabricated by the liberal left in recent weeks, it is no surprise that Bank of America came out swinging against the Second Amendment just weeks ago.

Thanks to “activists” such as David Hogg and company, a number of corporations and media organizations around the nation have been targeted for boycott due to their association with the National Rifle Association – relationships that usually entail nothing more than a discount program for NRA members similar to the way that AAA operates.

Still, the left demanded that these private companies acquiesce to their own private opinion of how America should work, and their own definition of the 24 decades-old Constitution.  Bank of America, at the near-certain behest of their marketing department, quickly denounced the Second Amendment and vowed to discontinue any business that they conduct with the makers of semi-automatic rifles.

Then, days later, they chose profits over their newly-founded principles.

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Bank of America Corp is preparing to provide critical financing to Remington Outdoor Co, which makes assault-type rifles, just weeks after the U.S. bank said it would stop financing “military-style” firearms for civilians.

The bank is contributing $43.2 million to a $193 million lending package funded by seven banks, according to court documents, which will help put Remington back on stable footing as it emerges from bankruptcy later this month into an uncertain environment for gun makers.

The package replaces a similar credit facility the banks committed to providing Remington. Both were agreed in late March, before Bank of America, the second-largest U.S. bank by assets, changed its policy to stop financing companies that make military-style guns for civilian use.

Anne Finucane, Bank of America’s vice chair, said in April that the bank had decided on its pledge to help reduce mass shootings, saying in an interview with Bloomberg TV that “it is not our intent to underwrite or finance military-style firearms on a go-forward basis.”

Bank of America is claiming that the Remington deal was finalized before their change of heart on “assault” rifles.

Many Americans are seeing through the flimsy excuse, however, lambasting the megalithic banking cartel of simply talking the talk without walking the walk, and putting its profits over its promise.

The rest of us, however, realize the inevitable truth that Bank of America was merely responding to a current, temporary trend in American opinion, that will likely be blown off course in the next decade by the current mass enlightenment occurring throughout our nation’s conservative pockets.



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