The war being waged on the Second Amendment is no longer just being fought in the halls of Congress.

Some anti-gun organizations are now targeting private businesses, demanding they implement anti-gun policies and ban guns from their premises.

One billionaire is behind it all:  former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Bloomberg has a million-dollar desire for gun control.  He’s dropped tens of millions of dollars in an effort to prop up and fund his leftist organizations and their allies, such as Everytown for Gun Safety and Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America.

Both organizations are crossing the country in a bid to threaten and bully major restaurant chains to no longer recognize the Second Amendment on their property.

They rally supporters to pressure the businesses to ban guns in their stores — or face potential boycotts and public attacks.

Below are the top five businesses that have surrendered Americans’ Second Amendment rights:

  1. Sonic
  2. Chili’s
  3. Panera Bread
  4. The Fresh Market
  5. Jack in the Box

Reports show that Bloomberg has personally spent an astonishing $72 million on campaigns across the country, of which $34.6 million was spent on winning candidates who have pledged to play ball with his anti-gun agenda.

Bloomberg’s group also helps fund his news organization, which propagates anti-gun hysteria to the American public in an attempt to sway public opinion.

Most recently, Bloomberg has stated he’s willing to drop another $50 million to help anti-gun candidates win in local, state, and federal races across America.