Bank of America Part of Witch Hunt Against Trump Supporters

Bank of America is one of the worst woke banks in the country. In fact, it doesn’t even deserve the name America anywhere in its corporate title.

The proof is now out that BOA provided classified data of its clients to the FBI in order to punish and track anyone suspected of being a protester or participant on January 6.

Disgusting Woke Witch Hunt From BOA

Bank of  America is now under investigation for providing classified information of its clients to the FBI, pointing out any possible involvement of people in the protests and riot at the US Capitol.

Let’s remember the vast majority of those who were in DC attending the January 6 rally were not involved in entering the US Capitol, nor did they commit a crime of any kind.

Of those who did enter the Capitol, only a small number actually did any property damage, vandalism, or aggressive acts.

Now, GOP lawmakers are demanding that Brian Moyniham, CEO of Bank of America, turn over documents proving the link between the bank, the Justice Department, and the FBI.

That demand was through a letter signed by Reps. Thomas Massie of Kentucky and Jim Jordan of Ohio, according to a press release from the House Judiciary Committee.

Letter Demands Answers

In the letter, the GOP makes clear they received a tip that the BOA provided a list of clients and their financial transactions in Washington on the eve of the riot to the FBI.

This is all based on a report by the Judiciary Committee. The report has evidence of people who acquired firearms using BOA debit or credit cards. Whoever made such purchases went straight to the top of the list.

In the letter, another important point was that George Hill, a retired FBI intelligence and oversight analyst, stated BOA passed a huge list of clients to the FBI.

Hill also said the list did not follow any parameters of dates and location. That is, anyone who bought a gun in any US state, even if it is 20 years ago, entered the list of J6 suspects.

Hill’s testimony was confirmed by Joseph Bonavolonta, the former head of the FBI’s Boston office.

Bonavolanta said BOA not only provided a list of customers who made purchases of firearms, but the bank also provided a list to the FBI of people who made purchases of airline tickets and hotel reservations in Washington on the day before the riot.

Be Aware…

Financial institutions, such as banks, are prohibited from sharing their customers’ data with any other institution without there being a legal request. This is a crime.

The CEO of BOA has until June 8 to give a referral to the House Judiciary Committee.

This article appeared in FreshOffThePress and has been published here with permission.