Visa Goes Anti-Gun: Restricts America's Largest Gun Store From Processing Transactions Not a huge surprise when you realize the ultimate owners of the mega-banks are the same Oligarchs that want the 2A eliminated. If you can’t outlaw the guns, then strike directly at the companies who manufacture them and sell them by cutting off their cash flow. This is exactly what Authorize.net, which processes credit card transactions for millions of merchants around the world, has done to Hyatt. Earlier this year, after a similar anti-gun push following the Sandy Hook elementary school tragedy, Bank of America took it upon themselves to forcibly seize funds from licensed firearms dealer and manufacturer American Spirit Arms. The incidents with Hyatt Gun Shop and American Spirit Arms are certainly not isolated and will likely continue as government and business merge their agendas, especially as it pertains to our government sponsored banking system, which has a stranglehold over American businesses. The Constitution remains a prominent roadblock for the anti-gun establishment, and despite efforts to ban semi-automatic rifles, tax ammunition, and restrict importation of magazines and gun parts, they are being countered at every turn by the tens of millions of Americans who believe in their personal right to bear arms. Thus, government is now relying on their incestuous relationships with the many bailed out banks and businesses who are essentially under their control. If you think this was an accident, you’re kidding yourself. A coordinated effort is underway to make it difficult, if not impossible, to acquire self defense armaments that include guns, ammo, and accessories. Get ‘em while you can. We saw what happened with the ammunition. Now it seems they are trying to lock-down our ability to do business with legitimate gun dealers.