Operation Choke Point (OCP) has gotten a lot of publicity for forcing banks to drop companies that make or sell guns. These two professions are not only legal but constitutionally protected. Because of the publicity the Injustice Department headed by Eric Holder has had to look elsewhere to find a way to get banks to drop gun shops and manufacturers. And they have. It’s called National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), the government agency that supplies insurance to credit unions. They now order the banks to drop the gun companies and they deny their actions have anything to do with OCP.
One astute gun shop owner, who was informed his credit union was dropping his account decided to confront bank officials while recording the conversations. Wisconsin business owner Hawkins Guns owner Mike Shuetz went to the Heritage Credit Union and asked a manager why his account was being closed. The answer is both shocking and alarming to those who are faithful to the constitution.
Here is information supplied by one of my favorite sources, the Daily Caller:
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