Testimony: Bank of America compiled gun purchasing customers list | Remembering the fall of the Alamo – Pratt on Texas 3/6/2023

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Our Lone Star story of the day: According to an FBI whistleblower’s testimony, Bank of America didn’t need the new gun related credit card code to track gun purchases. Bank of America, according to testimony, mined its own customer data and turned over a gun purchaser list to the FBI voluntarily. Worse, the FBI’s DC office pressured other field offices to open investigations into Americans with no probable cause that they had committed any crimes. Read the full piece here: Whistleblower: FBI Targeted Innocent Gun Owners Via Bank Of America Records.

Other Second Amendment stories today involving Texas:

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We remember the fall of the Alamo on March 6th, 1936: Texas remembers the Alamo every March. Here are 10 things you may not know about the Lone Star State’s history.  Thanks Fox News for remembering, most Texas press outlets didn’t make note of Texas Independence Day or March 6th.

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