Ever since the Capitol storming on Jan. 6, a crackdown on domestic terrorism has fascinated Democrats and liberals alike to no end.
Joe Biden’s administration says that political extremism and domestic terrorists be brought justice.
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But according to Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, Biden and company are getting some help from an unlikely source.
And surprisingly enough, this disturbing development doesn’t sound like the America we know at all…
Bank of America — according to Carlson — is helping the federal government in tracking down people — and its customers allegedly don’t have a clue.
“Bank of America is, without the knowledge or the consent of its customers, sharing private information with federal law enforcement agencies,” Carlson said. “Bank of America effectively is acting as an intelligence agency, but they’re not telling you about it.”
Based on the information Carlson’s team picked up, it seems that the well-known bank went through its user’s data to track locations, and verify hotel, weapon, and airline purchases around the Washington, D.C. area close to the Jan. 6th incident.
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Carlson says Bank of America concluded their scan with 211 customers who fell within certain criteria outlined by the Biden administration.
Tucker — in his words — explains below:
“1. Customers confirmed as transacting, either through bank account debit card or credit card purchases in Washington, D.C. between 1/5 and 1/6. 2. Purchases made for Hotel/Airbnb RSVPs in DC, VA, and MD after 1/6. 3. Any purchase of weapons or at a weapons-related merchant between 1/7 and their upcoming suspected stay in D.C. area around Inauguration Day. 4. Airline related purchases since 1/6.”
Bombshell report: Tucker Carlson reports that Bank of America is allegedly turning over private information about its customers to federal law enforcement officials without the knowledge or consent of its customers. pic.twitter.com/RXQrMbdB5q
— (((Jason Rantz))) on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) February 5, 2021
Bank of America has since responded to the claims.
It doesn’t deny sharing customer information unknowingly.
In fact, the financial giant insisted that “all banks have responsibilities under federal law to cooperate with law enforcement inquiries in full compliance with the law.”
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