Why doesn't 'Bank of (Un)America' issue a statement of support for the Second Amendment?They go on to ask people to cut up their Bank of America credit cards, drop their accounts, email bank officials, and use social media to get the word out. The full alert can be found here along with email links and Twitter links.
GRNC has been in direct contact with Charlotte-based Bank of America. While expressing sympathy, Bank representatives have publicly side-stepped the issue of gun rights, tried to imply blame on firearms-related businesses by hiding behind unclear "confidentiality concerns" and when offered an opportunity to clarify support of the right to keep and bear arms on GRNC's website, they offered the following cynical non-response:
"...it is absolutely not true that we would dismiss a customer purely based on being in this (firearms-related) industry. In reviewing the facts of the case, we do believe there was a miscommunication with this client, and we have already reinforced our policies with our teams and with the client. We have also discussed with the client a transition period during which the client may be able to obtain a new source of funding."
Remember, these "reinforced policies" led them to abruptly cut the credit lines of McMillan Fiberglass Stocks, Inc; manufacturer of firearms and accessories, including vital components of the M40A3 Marine Corps sniper rifle currently used by our forces in Afghanistan. This step was taken by BoU Senior Vice President Ray Fox who reportedly indicated to McMillan that the decision was "politically motivated".
These attacks are being launched from our backyards
If they want to behave like they are from Bloomberg's NYC, they can move. While they are in the free state of North Carolina they will act responsibly or answer to US!
GRNC is demanding that Bank of America publicly announce that they support Second Amendment businesses and to instruct their managers of that.