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One by one, some of the nation’s largest financial institutions have fallen victims of the liberal anti-gun hysteria being pandered by the anti-gun mainstream media. Bank of America was one of those companies and now JP Morgan Chase has joined the ranks of the anti-Second Amendment a they are choosing to discriminate against firearm manufacturers and firearm related companies.

While these financial institutions are jumping ship on the US Constitution and the constitutional rights of the American people and businesses, one major financial institution has said they have no plans of cutting ties with firearm related businesses. If you have accounts or business dealings with either Bank of America or JP Morgan Chase, you may want to consider moving your accounts and business to Wells Fargo.

(USA Today) – Another major U.S. bank has cut its exposure to the firearms industry, but a top rival is sticking to its gunmakers business, company officials said Friday.

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JPMorgan Chase’s business relations with gunmakers “have come down significantly and are pretty limited,” Chief Financial Officer Marianne Lake told reporters after the nation’s number one bank by assets issued its first-quarter earnings results.

“We do have robust risk management practices and policies associated with this, and we have had (them) for a number of years,” said Lake. “We continue to always refine them and work on them.”

Separately, Wells Fargo’s top financial executive said the nation’s No.  3 by assets had no immediate plans to end its business dealings with gunmaker clients.

It’s time the American people who believe in the US Constitution, Second Amendment and free enterprise, to take a stand and let companies like Bank America and JP Morgan Chase know how you feel about them. Don’t forget that some retailers like Target also deny Americans of the Second Amendment rights.

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