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After the tragic school shooting at the high school in Parkland, Florida, some of the students launched a nationwide emotional and irrational plea for more gun control. The mainstream media instantly jumped on the bandwagon and gave the misguided students all of the free publicity they needed to spread their cause throughout the country.

As a result, a number of businesses began instituting 2nd Amendment discriminatory policies. Some raised the minimum age for gun purchases and others stopped selling assault-style weapons. Several banks and financial institutions stopped doing business with anyone involved in the firearm industry Among those were Citigroup and Bank of America.

Louisiana’s bond commission decided they were not tolerating the actions of Citigroup and Bank of America and voted to prevent the two companies from participating in a $600 million highway plan.

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(The Washington Times) – A Louisiana commission voted Thursday to block two banking giants from taking part in a new highway project, moving to punish the companies for gun control policies they adopted after the Parkland, Florida, school shooting this year.

Citigroup and Bank of America had said they would work only with retailers who agreed to new restrictions on gun purchases — rules stricter than what federal law requires.

Louisiana’s bond commission said it wouldn’t tolerate that kind of bullying over a constitutional right and voted 7-6 to block the companies from gaining a piece of the financing for a $600 million highway plan.

The vote was a win for pro-gun advocates looking to make inroads in a debate that is increasingly spilling into the corporate arena, and comes as major service companies and social media giants move to adopt anti-firearms policies.

“If you have zero respect for the U.S. Constitution, then you don’t need to do business with the state of Louisiana,” said Sen. John N. Kennedy, a Republican who cheered his state’s move from Washington…

Every conservative state and state that values the US Constitution should take similar action and start targeting, restricting and banning companies like Citigroup and Bank of America from doing any business in their state. Likewise, they need to take similar action to prevent companies like Dick’s from opening more stores in their states. It’s time we take the hurt to these anti-American companies.




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