Occupy Oakland Gives Their Business to Bank They are Protesting Against

In the truest fashion of the liberal leadership behind the Occupy Wall Street Movement they say one thing but do the opposite, much like President Obama does on a daily basis.

Participants of the Occupy Oakland protests met Monday to determine what to do with a $20,000 donation they received.  The group decided to use the funds for bailing members of their cause out of jail.

However, they needed to put the money where it would have quick and easy access to be able to meet bail whenever needed.  The group determined that the quickest and easiest way of handling the funds would be to deposit it in the Wells Fargo Bank.

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The ironic part is that Wells Fargo is one of the big banks that the Occupy group had been protesting against.  It is also one of the banks that they Occupy movement urged the American people to more their accounts from this past Saturday.

The protest group claims that the Wells Fargo account is only temporary until they can establish an account with a credit union or small local bank.  But from my experience, it doesn’t take any longer to walk into a small local bank and open an account than it does with a large bank like Wells Fargo.

I find the excuse given by the Occupy Oakland group to be lame and hypocritical.  It demonstrates that they are no different from any other liberal group that says one thing but does the opposite.

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