Is Bank of America Discriminating Against Christians?

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A group of conservative officials is accusing Bank of America (BofA) of discriminating against Christians. Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach penned a letter to the bank’s management demanding documents related to BofA’s account cancellation policies. The group of attorneys general is also asking BofA to revise its terms of service so that it will no longer discriminate against Americans based on their political or religious beliefs.

“Unfortunately, Bank of America appears to be conditioning access to its services on customers having the bank’s preferred religious or political views,” stated Kobach in the letter to Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan.

“Your discriminatory behavior is a serious threat to free speech and religious freedom, is potentially illegal, and is causing political and regulatory backlash.”

Kobach goes on to accuse BofA of de-banking Christian ministries such as the Timothy Two Project International, Indigenous Advance, and the Servants of Christ. The AGs from Alaska, Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, South Carolina, Texas, and Utah all joined Kobach in signing the letter.

Bank of America denies the allegations.

Keep in mind that this is the same banking branch that eagerly betrayed its customers over the January 6 mostly peaceful election protests in 2021. Bank of America turned over private consumer data of its customers to the FBI as it was persecuting Joe Biden’s political opponents and didn’t even bother asking for warrants.

If you’ve been paying attention, you already know that Bank of America is not the only institution guilty of engaging in fascist activities on behalf of the Biden regime. Chase Bank and others have de-banked prominent conservatives, Christians, January 6 peaceful protesters, and anyone who even vaguely annoys Joe Biden.

Kobach is threatening to use consumer protection and anti-discrimination laws to prosecute Bank of America if it doesn’t comply with his request for documents.