Bank of America recently announced another partnership with the Humane Society of the United States after releasing a new HSUS-themed credit card. HSUS is a radical animal rights group advocating the end of animal farming.
This new credit card provides the radical animal rights organization with $60 for every new account opened and an additional 25 cents for every $100 spent.
This week, the Animal Agriculture Alliance wrote to Bank of America's President Brian Moynihan to request that the bank stop funding animal rights organizations such as HSUS that seek to eliminate animal agriculture.
The Alliance, a Bank of America customer, wrote to Mr. Moynihan on June 18 and explained it would be forced to reconsider its relationship with Bank of America if it continued to support groups that unfairly attack the way of life of America's farmers and ranchers. The Alliance has not yet received a response.
The Animal Agriculture Alliance has encouraged its members and other stakeholders in the agriculture industry to write to their local Bank of America and share the true agenda of animal rights extremists.
The ultimate goal of groups such as HSUS is to put a stop to America’s animal agriculture industry. This goal does not reflect the values of most Americans.
The Animal Agriculture Alliance, a non-profit organization, is a broad-based coalition of individual farmers, ranchers, producer organizations, suppliers, packer-processors, scientists, veterinarians, and retailers.