An In-N-Out Burger restaurant in San Francisco was closed by the city last week because employees “were not preventing the entry of customers who were not carrying proper vaccination documentation,” according to a statement from the chain.
In-N-Out has said that it refuses “to become the vaccination police.”
In-N-Out's response to being shut down by San Francisco:
“We refuse to become the vaccination police for any government. We fiercely disagree with any government dictate that forces a private company to discriminate against customers who choose to patronize their business.”
— Kevin Kiley (@KevinKileyCA) October 19, 2021
Liberals big mad that In-N-Out won't discriminate. 😂
— Bridget Phetasy (@BridgetPhetasy) October 19, 2021
I knew I loved In-N-Out!
— Michael Delbar (@mmdelbar) October 19, 2021
I’m the type of guy to buy a plane ticket down to Nevada or Arizona, just to go get a Double-Double with animal style fries over this tweet.
Love to see it!
— Rob Current (@Robby_Current) October 19, 2021
Good for IN-N-OUT! IN-N-OUT is already my favorite burger joint, and I will continue to give them my business, and this is only one of the reasons I will continue to do so! 😋🍔🍟🥤
— James Westervelt (@Actor_Jamesw) October 20, 2021
Just got a customer out of me!
— Pam 🔑🇺🇸⭕️💎🖐🖐 (@incredimombo) October 19, 2021
— Laz (@Laz0000007) October 20, 2021
Oh hell yeah. 👍 pic.twitter.com/IJK2VzcLJf
— hoosjimsmith✝️ (@hoosjimsmith) October 19, 2021
Absolutely great response!
— Sinner Saved by Grace (@redeemed_St) October 20, 2021
If everyone had stood up to this day one – we wouldn’t be in this mess now
— [email protected] (@Timheadwaters1) October 19, 2021
— Ronnieb831 (@Ronnieb831) October 20, 2021
As a vaccinated person, In N Out just won even more points with me.
— Spooky Cali (@CaliTSB) October 19, 2021
I'm buying an extra meal just because.
— Gustavo Gonzalez (@Dynamic_gus) October 19, 2021
It is all getting a little silly. 100k fans can attend a football game, but you can’t go in to get some fries and a burger at a fast food joint?
— BW (@abcdbandit2017) October 20, 2021
😍 they actually were able to make me like them more, even considering their tasty goodness.
— Aesop (@flippersrevenge) October 19, 2021
The comments are hilarious. That’s the first time someone stood up to the nonsense in California.
— CBG57 (@CBG572) October 19, 2021
That response was "Animal Style"
— Down beers/Stonks up (@LiLAxeFoot) October 19, 2021
every underpaid exploited minimum wage food service worker knew the task of this was going to fall on their shoulders.
— joshua propane (@JoshuaPropane) October 19, 2021
Yep. And that kid asking for proof of vaccination will be video recorded and go viral.
Did In-N-Out just become my favourite burger joint? pic.twitter.com/NyUQ87p1bO
— Jonsac (@jonsacboy) October 19, 2021
‘This is the America you want to live in?!’ White man kicks Black family out of NY restaurant for not having their vaccine papers (watch) https://t.co/bBQRCjHYCf
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 16, 2021
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