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Citi (Citigroup) is one of the largest financial banking institutions in the United States. A member of the S&P 100, the company boasts assets of around $1.8 trillion and doing business with more than 200 million customers (private and corporate) in over 160 nations worldwide. They were one of the financial companies that Obama rescued in 2008 with the taxpayer paid Stimulus package.

Now the financial giant is flexing its left-wing muscle by announcing that they are instituting a new US Commercial Firearms Policy that has one and one purpose only – to make it harder for firearm and firearm related companies to do business with Citi.

(Ammoland Shooting Sports News) – “Citigroup is setting restrictions on the sale of firearms by its business customers, making it the first Wall Street bank to take a stance in the divisive nationwide gun control debate,” The New York Times is reporting. “The new policy, announced Thursday, prohibits the sale of firearms to customers who have not passed a background check or who are younger than 21. It also bars the sale of bump stocks and high-capacity magazines. It would apply to clients who offer credit cards backed by Citigroup or borrow money, use banking services or raise capital through the company.”

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“As a society, we all know that something needs to change. And as a company, we feel we must do our part,” Citigroup virtue oozes on its blog while claiming “It is not centered on an ideological mission to rid the world of firearms. That is not what we seek.”

That’s what they’re helping bring about as they align themselves with and help advance the goals of gloating gun-grabbers who do seek that.

“We have few relationships with companies that manufacture firearms,” Citigroup notes before dropping the other shoe…

During Barack Obama’s tenure at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, he pushed Operation Chokepoint, which was appropriately named as it was to choke off all banking abilities of firearm and firearm related companies. Although officially overturned and ended, it sounds like Citigroup has enacted their own Operation chokepoint. With nearly 45% to 50% of American households with at least one gun, it’s time for the 130 million to 150 million Americans to take all of their business away from Citi and make them regret their actions.




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