Attorneys General from 14 states put Bank of America on notice for alleged politicized de-banking of conservatives

Attorneys General from seventeen states -- Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia, and Utah. Bank of America is accused of religious and political discrimination -- de-banking Christian searches, Trump supporters 

"Americans should never have to worry that their personal financial decisions will be weaponized against them. This practice has become all too common, and banks must urgently course correct to uphold their fiduciary duty and safeguard the constitutional freedoms of Americans."

-- Kentucky State Auditor Allison Ball

“Your discriminatory behavior is a serious threat to free speech and religious freedom, is potentially illegal, and is causing political and regulatory backlash,” the attorneys general told Bank of America. “Your bank needs to be transparent with and assure us, its shareholders, and others that it will not continue to de-bank customers for their speech or religious exercise.”

-- AGs

Bank of America accused of religious and political 'discrimination' by 'de-banking' or refusing to service Trump supporters, Christian churches and Republican-led states want answers | Daily Mail Online

State financial officers put Bank of America on notice for allegedly 'de-banking' conservatives | Fox News

15 attorneys general allege Bank of America using 'discriminatory' banking practices | National |


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