Apparently corporations are writing bans of “the sale of firearms or any similar product” into their terms of agreement.
The assault on the U.S. Constitution and the Second Amendment continues.
This time big business is getting into the mix and they’re aiming for gun stores right at the source of their revenues – their transaction processing facilities.
According to Larry Hyatt, owner of the largest gun brokerage firm in the United States, Authorize.net, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Visa USA and one of the world’s largest credit card processing gateways, has terminated their relationship with the firm.
As usual, the Left shows how it works around the legal restrictions it puts in place. It tends to focus on effective bans rather than actual ones. Thus, a hotel that makes the mistake of not renting a room to a homosexual couple would do better to simply write a ban concerning “the possession of sexual lubricants or any similar product” into its terms of its room rental agreement.
Effective bans and selective enforcement is the tactic which gun owners can expect to see used against them. And the only response that will work is refusing to utilize the products sold by such corporations and rendering such attempts to dictate social behavior unprofitable.