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A future where you can't buy a gun? Here's why Citigroup's gun ban is dangerous

Glenn Beck

What’s going on?

Last week, Citigroup announced that it would restrict gun sales by its business customers through limiting financial services such as credit cards and loans. Citigroup’s new policy bans the sale of firearms to customers who have not passed a background check or who are under 21 and prohibits all sales of bump stocks and high-capacity magazines.

What other companies are restricting gun sales?

The business world seems to be taking so-called “commonsense gun control” into its own hands. Citigroup joins Dick’s Sporting Goods and Walmart, two retailers who recently implemented a ban on gun sales to anyone under 21 years of age.

Glenn’s take:

Citigroup’s new policy is one way that progressives are working to “short-circuit the Second Amendment,” Glenn said on today’s show.

If every bank and credit card company joined Citigroup to undermine gun rights, they could essentially stop gun sales.

“Nobody has anywhere to put their money. Nobody can use credit cards to buy guns,” Glenn pictured this grim future. “Nobody can make a financial transaction. You’ve put the gun industry out of business.”

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