All These Companies Cut Ties With NRA … Time to Boycott All Of Them

Kirsters Baish| It’s important that every single member of the NRA and every single American who supports the Second Amendment sees the following list, because these companies don’t want your business. There are some well known brands who are cutting all business ties with the National Rifle Association. This is all following the school shooting in Parkland, Florida earlier this month.

Fox News reported, “Several social media users pressured companies listed as working with the NRA on discounts and other programs to drop their affiliation.”

Fox went on, “Initially, Enterprise Rent-A-Car and First National Bank of Omaha – which sponsored an NRA-related credit card – cut ties with the Virginia-based gun rights and safety organization.”

That’s not all. The list of companies who ended programs for NRA members got longer as corporations caved into the anti-Second Amendment movement.

The companies who have cut ties as of February 24, 2018 are:

Enterprise Rent-A-Car, First National Bank of Omaha, Avis Car Rental, Allied Van Lines, Budget Rent-A-Car, Chubb, Delta Airlines, Hertz Rent-A-Car, MetLife, North American Van Lines, TrueCar, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, Symantec and United Airlines.

Katz has a point. These companies are going after people based on something that liberal activists claimed. NRA members really haven’t done anything wrong. What’s worse is that they are shunning law-abiding citizens for believing in supporting something that is written in our country’s Constitution.