Discrimination is an inconvenient label, when it comes to gay agenda groups that don't like President Trump. Organizers of the Charlotte gay pride parade this month have discriminated against Gays for Trump by denying its float entry. Bank of America and Wells Fargo, two of the main sponsors of the parade, were two of the biggest companies who signed a letter to elected officials calling for repeal of HB2 last year. Bank of America and Wells Fargo Bank only care about "equality" when it comes to pushing the agenda if homosexual and transgender activists in it to punish or silence those who disagree.
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Todd Starnes opined in a recent column, “Those who preach tolerance and equality are normally the least tolerant and least equal of all.”
That certainly seems to be the case in this situation. However, it should also be noted Bank of America and Wells Fargo are two of the top corporate sponsors of Charlotte Pride.
According to the Charlotte Pride website, both companies have made substantial contributions, enough to earn prominent billing as “Presenting Sponsor” and publish statements of support.
Bank of America pronounced, “We stand proudly with Charlotte Pride and their efforts to champion equality and inclusiveness for everyone.
Wells Fargo added, “We can’t be one of the world’s great companies unless we become more diverse and inclusive.”
Keep in mind where Bank of America and Wells Fargo stood on HB2 and the Charlotte “bathroom bill” that instigated the controversy in North Carolina in the first place.