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One of the latest frontiers in the liberal war against the Second Amendment has been on the economic battlefield.

We’ve mentioned this week in and week out here at Keep and Bear, thanks to the never ending stream of democratic attempts there are to shame corporations out of doing business with supporters of the Second Amendment.

Do you think these democrats would be promoting the same sort of discrimination if it were on any other subject?  Absolutely not.  It’s despicable, deplorable, and downright dirty.

So when giant banking cartels, (that are legally somehow still not monopolies), began to bow to emotional pressure in the wake of the Parkland high school shooting, a great many Americans found themselves more than a bit disenfranchised.

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As did lawmakers in the State of Louisiana, apparently, who this week fired the first metaphorical shot back at these discriminatory banking practices.

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry and the state’s Bond Commission denied $600 million to Citibank and Bank of America over the gun control stance adopted by both companies.

Citibank and Bank of America were both to be part of a road financing plan in the state, but were omitted from the financial plan after arbitrarily placing new gun controls on banking customers.

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.

This new form of economic warfare has been adopted by the liberal left in part due to the exorbitant amount of gravity given to Twitter.

We must remember that anyone can possess an account and publish on Twitter.  To expect each and every one of these opinions to be dealt with individually is absurd at best, delusional at worst.  Even in the case of the anti-gun sentiments beginning to trend in the wake of tragedy, we have to be objective and examine this through the lens that Twitter provides.

Twitter only shows us the will of the Twitter-user demographic, who are, by all standards, younger and spend more time on the internet than most.  Those who aren’t in that main demographic tend to be the ones who drive the nation economically simply due to their age and savings.

For Bank of America to claim that they are adopting these policies on account of “popular opinion” is factually incorrect, simply because they are not taking into account the true, wide scope of the nation.  The squeaky wheel is getting the grease, so to speak.

 

 

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