Bank of America has been caving in to left-wing special interests for years.
The financial giant teamed up with the open-borders lobby to offer illegal alien home loans.
It forked over payoffs to self-declared bank terrorist outfit NACA (the taxpayer-subsidized Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America).
BoA also capitulated to a Jesse Jackson shakedown.
And then, after receiving a middle-of-the-night taxpayer-funded bailout, it forked over $2 million to the ACORN Housing Corporation — which has had a long history of fraud and abuse that goes back years and years before the sting videos ever came in to being.
As a result of the recent scandals, Bank of America has now “suspended current commitments” with ACORN:
“Bank of America takes recent allegations made against Acorn and Acorn Housing Corporation employees very seriously,” the bank said in a statement.
Took ’em long enough.
Congress needs to investigate all of ACORN’s partners in crime — not just the myriad affiliates under the ACORN flagship umbrella and its inextricably linked colleagues at the SEIU, but also its corporate collaborators who looked the other way for decades while the ACORN racketeering operation flourished.