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Radio Host: Companies Splitting From NRA 'Basing Business Practices on Thought-Policing'

Radio host Tony Katz blasted the companies that announced they were cutting ties with the National Rifle Association.

In the wake of the Florida school shooting, several social media users pressured companies listed as working with the NRA on discounts and other programs to drop their affiliation.

Initially, Enterprise Rent-A-Car and First National Bank of Omaha - which sponsored an NRA-related credit card - cut ties with the Virginia-based gun rights and safety organization.

Avis Car Rental, Allied Van Lines, Budget Rent-A-Car, Chubb, Delta Airlines, Hertz Rent-A-Car, MetLife, North American Van Lines, TrueCar, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, Symantec and United Airlines all later cut ties as well.

"This is the list of companies that don't believe in freedom of thought or freedom of expression," Tony Katz said.

Katz called for viewers to "study that list" and realize that the companies are effectively saying "how dare you think differently."

Leland Vittert said MetLife, an insurance provider - whose name is also on the stadium home to the New York Giants and New York Jets - has a similar association with the Teamsters.

Vittert said MetLife did not provide a statement on the matter when his team inquired.

"Snoopy has nothing to say?" Katz asked, referencing the "Peanuts" character the company uses for its mascot.

Katz said the companies on the whole are "basing their business practices on thought-policing and that has to be dealt with."

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