Sunday, September 8, 2019
By Paul Martin
September 8, 2019

The recent gun control moves by Walmart and Kroger are the continuation of a larger program by the Left to impose gun control through major corporations whose sway and sphere of control is almost comparable to that of monopolies.

In my recent pamphlet, Thought Control Inc, I discussed how the project had begun with big banks and financial institutions.

It was the spring of ’18.

March for Our Lives had held its signature event in Washington D.C. without making much of an impact. Blue states and cities already suffered from rigid gun control. And in red states and cities, politicians on both sides of the aisle had learned the hard way that the Bill of Rights had some passionate supporters.

But two days earlier, Citigroup, the 4th largest bank in the country, had announced that it was unilaterally imposing its own gun control regulations by requiring that its “small business, commercial and institutional clients, and credit card partners” implement its favored restrictions on firearms sales.

Next month, Bank of America, the 2nd largest bank, fired its own shot at the Second Amendment by announcing that it would refuse to underwrite securities for companies that manufacture what its vice chairman called “military-style firearms.” Even as the campaign to pressure elected officials into imposing gun control was losing ground, the financial industry was subverting the political system.

At the intersection of March for Our Lives, Citigroup, and Bank of America lay the hidden hand of the 10th wealthiest man in America. When donors wrote checks to the photogenic teens clamoring for a gun ban, the money was routed to the “March For Our Lives—Everytown Support Fund.” Everytown had been formed out of two of Michael Bloomberg’s gun control front groups. Ed Skyler, the Citi exec who announced the gun control policy, had been Bloomberg’s former Deputy Mayor. And Bank of America made its announcement to Bloomberg, the billionaire finance industry titan’s eponymous news service.

Michael Bloomberg had set up multiple front groups and spent hundreds of millions on buying elections with little to show for it. But in this coup against the Second Amendment, he and his fellow industry titans bypassed the voters in a plot to deprive hundreds of millions of Americans of their civil rights by attacking the firearms retailers and manufacturers that utilizing those rights depended on.

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