Why do bank examiners need survival kits?
In addition, the Treasury wants each kit to include a "reusable solar blanket" that is 53 inches by 84 inches long, as well as a 2,400-calorie food bar, "50 water purification tablets," a "one-size fits all poncho with hood," a "dust mask," a rechargeable lantern with a built-in radio and an "Air-Aid emergency mask" to help the wearer guard against airborne viruses.
These are serious kits for personnel you would never imagine should need one — in normal circumstances.
The Free Beacon further reported:
Survival kits will be delivered to every major bank in the United States including Bank of America, American Express Bank, BMO Financial Corp., Capitol One Financial Corporation, Citigroup, Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Company, and Wells Fargo.
[Here is a link to an Excel spreadsheet showing the banks that will receive the kits: FBO.gov]
We’ve learned recently how hate crimes only apply if you’re the right race.
Unfortunately, Pat Mahaney wasn’t the that race.
Mahaney, a 46-year-old man who was badly beaten by six teens, died at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, nearly a year after being attacked. [H/T TopConservativeNews.]
Mahaney’s brutal assault, which left him clinging to life, was carried out by juveniles who were ages 13 and 14.
The six claimed they assaulted Mahaney because they were “bored and looking for something to do.”
The problem? Mahaney is white and the six youths were all black.
In spite of this, no hate crime charges were filed against the teens. In fact, despite putting Mahaney into a coma, the most that they faced was felonious assault.