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Christians Should Nix Wells Fargo

Wednesday, June 10, 2015 @ 1:03 PM
Christians Should Nix Wells Fargo Wells Fargo's unequivocal support of the gay agenda should prompt Christians to close their accounts.
Wells Fargo has marched in scores of "Gay Pride Parades," advertised monthly in gay magazines and websites, and has endorsed "Gay Pride Month." -

Three Reasons Christians Should Close Their Well Fargo Accounts Today

1.  In 2003, AFA warned that Wells Fargo was beginning to show public support for homosexuality. They were one of the first companies in America to do so.

2.  In 2005, Dr. James Dobson and Focus on the Family announced it was withdrawing funds from Wells Fargo after the company threw its support behind homosexual activist organizations.

3.  In May, 2015, Wells Fargo released a one-minute commercial video featuring two lesbians adopting a little girl.

This week, AFA joins Franklin Graham, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritan's Purse, in calling on Christians to close their Wells Fargo bank accounts in support of God’s laws and His standards.

Read Franklin Graham: You promote sin, we're outta here

Wells Fargo's history follows a pattern from which it has not wavered. Over the past few years, Wells Fargo has marched in scores of "Gay Pride Parades," advertised monthly in gay magazines and websites, and has endorsed "Gay Pride Month."

Wells Fargo has earned Human Rights Campaign's highest "gay" award 13 years in a row, including paying for employee sex-change operations and associated mental therapy.

If you have an account with Wells Fargo, we urge you to close your account as your way of letting the company know you support God's standards, not theirs.

Even if you are not a customer, contact Wells Fargo now to show your disapproval of their business practices. We have provided email, phone, and social media contact information, including a sample letter. 

Franklin Graham says it best, "I want a bank to tell me what the interest rates are going to pay, what my service charges are. I don't think they should be getting involved in these kinds of issues. They ought to stay focused on banking."

Contact Wells Fargo Now! 

Buddy Smith AFA Senior Vice-President More Articles SHOW COMMENTS
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