The NRA Is Getting A VERY Unlikely Ally In Its Fight Against The New York Attorney General


The National Rifle Association is currently fighting a legal battle to resist efforts by the New York Attorney General to punish any corporation or financial institution that does business with the NRA -- and it's getting help from a very unlikely place. The ACLU.

The state of New York is looking to repeat the Obama Administration's disastrous, and likely unconstitutional efforts in Operation Choke Point, a Department of Justice program that levied similar sanctions on institutions that did business with groups the Obama Administration considered "unsavory," like gun manufacturers, fireworks vendors, home-based charities, payday lenders, pornography producers, and, according to Forbes, any "legal businesses that the Obama administration deem[ed] to be politically incorrect." Operation Choke Point ended in 2017, after it fell under Congressional scrutiny. The Trump Administration ended the practice completely.

But then New York decided to take up the yoke of punishing businesses it felt didn't deserve the right to contract with whom they pleased inside the state's borders.
Source: Daily Wire

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