Credit Card Companies Have No Business Playing Second Amendment Censors

American Thinker – by Frank Miniter

Do we want to live in an America where credit card companies watch our buying habits and then block purchases for ideological reasons?

Not long ago, the left side of the American electorate would have shouted “hell no” the loudest.

Not anymore.  

Today, many on the left are cheering on, even pushing censorship in social media and more, as long as the suppression of ideas protects their political goals.  They even want big business to restrict gun sales, as they don’t see firearms as tools of freedom.

Just before Christmas, The New York Times ran an article titled “How Credit Cards Are Used to Finance Mass Shootings.”  This followed an op-ed the NYT ran last spring calling for credit card companies to track and block some gun sales, such as stopping someone from buying a certain number of guns or from purchasing politically incorrect types of firearms.

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One thought on “Credit Card Companies Have No Business Playing Second Amendment Censors

  1. When they ban purchases the Lilly liver ones can’t live without is when you’ll hear about it
    For now us arms owners and buyers are treated like the plague
    Personally I wouldn’t buy anything firearm related in this day and age with a plastic card
    One less track on your game
    Matter of fact , I usually only buy fuel with my card
    Fk em

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