By Tom Knighton
The battle over our Second Amendment rights has never been hotter, despite a pro-gun party holding both chambers of Congress and the White House. Anti-gunners have shifted gears, trying to create a culture of hostility toward guns in the American culture. One of their greatest moves to date is recruiting financial institutions to help make life difficult for gun makers to do business.
It looks like another has joined their ranks.
From a press release from Spike’s Tactical:
APOPKA, Fla. – Representatives from Fifth Third Bank visited Spike’s Tactical, a Florida based firearm manufacturer, last Tuesday to inform them that the bank was discreetly planning to exit the banking sector for gun-related businesses.
According to Spike’s Tactical co-owner Angela Register, the bank representative informed her and their chief financial officer that their business line of credit would not be renewed and encouraged them to find a new bank to hold their accounts, even mentioning that their commercial mortgage should be transferred or it could potentially be called early.
“This is frightening because yet again, we’re continuing to see the Second Amendment under attack in more and more places,” said Register. “It also seems completely hypocritical that institutions, which have been and continue …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms