Louisiana Punishes Two Anti-2nd Amendment Banks Over Road Project

Will other 2nd Amendment supporting states follow along and do similar things?

(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.

Good for them to step up and fight back for the Rights of law abiding U.S. citizens. Perhaps companies will sit up and take notice. Because Democrats are not giving up on their anti-gun stance

ms and overwhelmingly supports expanded background checks.

“Generally.” Yet, these same Democrats are seemingly against all crackdowns on those who possess and use firearms illegally, most often in Democratic Party run cities and states. They’re soft on criminals, but tough on law abiding citizens.

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2 Responses to “Louisiana Punishes Two Anti-2nd Amendment Banks Over Road Project”

  1. PapaMAS says:

    This is good, we need to see more of this.

  2. Trish McNamara says:

    What PapaMAS said.

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