Americans are outraged after Bank of America suddenly banned a Christian orphanage for one shocking reason

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The fact that Christians are under attack around the world is undeniable.

The latest attack on a Christian group should have every American up in arms.

And Americans are outraged after Bank of America suddenly banned a Christian orphanage for one shocking reason.

Will attacks on Christians ever stop?

Back in the day, no one would dare say anything bad about Christians or single them out.

Politicians used to pander towards Christians just to make sure that they didn’t lose any chance they had of winning an election.

It’s something Republicans and Democrats used to do all the time.

But now half the nation despises traditional Christianity.

They would rather follow the religion of woke extremism.

And part of the religion of woke extremism is an anti-Christian doctrine.

They want to make sure Christianity has no positions of authority in our nation anymore.

So over the past couple of decades, we’ve seen an all-out assault on Christians and Christian values.

These days, you will be hard-pressed to find any media outlet promoting Christianity in any form.

And those who are Christians are deemed as radical and labeled the oxymoron of a Christian nationalist.

As a result, we’ve seen Christians thrown in jail for just reading the Bible on the side of the street.

And we’ve seen Christian beliefs criminalized as it’s now a crime to even preach the word of God in front of an abortion mill.

But of all the assaults we’ve seen on Christianity, this one is by far the worst yet and should be a red flag to everyone that it’s time to stand up against this madness.

Christian orphanage dropped by Bank of America

Indigenous Advanced Ministries is a charitable organization that specializes in supporting orphans in Uganda.

Like many other charities, they are doing good work to help those in need across the world.

Earlier this year, Bank of America “debanked” the Christian non-profit because its “risk profile no longer aligns with the bank’s risk tolerance.”

Who knew helping orphans in Africa went against Bank of America’s platform?

The sad thing is the same month, Bank of America sent Indigenous Advanced Ministries its notice of being kicked out of the bank, the bank’s wealth management executive Paul Morris was brought in to testify about his close relationship with Jeffrey Epstein.

So no to non-profit orphanages, but yes to executives with cozy relationships with Epstein.

When asked about kicking the orphanage out of their institution, bank spokesman Bill Halldin claimed, “We are proud to provide banking services to non-profit organizations affiliated with diverse faith communities throughout the United States. Religious beliefs are not a factor in any account-closing decision.”

Thankfully, Indigenous Advanced Ministries has now filed a consumer complaint with the Tennessee Attorney General’s office.

Only time will tell if the filing has an impact, but hopefully, Bank of America customers will ask some serious questions about what is going on at their bank.

Should Christian orphanages be denied access to Bank of America?