In-N-Out Burger Won't Ask Customers for Jab Status: 'We Refuse to Become the Vaccination Police'
Ashley Sadler : Oct 21, 2021
The city of San Francisco temporarily shut down In-N-Out's Fisherman's Wharf location after its managers refused to force customers to show proof of vaccination. In-N-Out isn't backing down.
(San Fransisco) — [LifeSiteNews.com] California's beloved drive-thru restaurant In-N-Out Burger, known for its simple menu, soda cup Bible verses, and a throwback vibe reminiscent of 1950s Americana, has joined the ranks of the many businesses and individuals pushing back against draconian COVID-19 jab mandates. (Photo Credit: Pixabay)
Bucking San Francisco's strict citywide COVID vaccine mandate requiring proof of "full vaccination" to access many indoor public spaces, the San Francisco In-N-Out location refused to require its patrons to show proof they had received their full round of experimental COVID-19 injections to dine indoors.
"We fiercely disagree with any government dictate that forces a private company to discriminate against customers who choose to patronize their business," In-N-Out Burger's Chief Legal and Business Officer Arnie Wensinger said in a statement to Fox News, calling out the city for asking restaurants like In-N-Out to "segregate Customers" based on their vaccination status.
"We refuse to become the vaccination police for any government," Wensinger said. "This is clear governmental overreach and is intrusive, improper, and offensive."
The burger chain, which is also well-known for its charitable foundation to help child abuse victims, went public after the city of San Francisco temporarily shut down the historic California city's only In-N-Out restaurant, located in San Francisco's famous tourist stop Fisherman's Wharf.
The move came after the city's department of public health issued multiple warnings to the restaurant to impel its managers to enforce the city's authoritarian vaccine passport scheme...
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